Ancient tombs damaged serious cultural dealers selling bricks of Han Dynasty for each 200 yuan.

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 Ancient tombs damaged serious cultural dealers selling bricks of Han Dynasty for each 200 yuan.


After the evacuation of the archaeological team, the ancient tombs were damaged in a vacuum area. The cultural relics department of the local cultural relics bureau said that the key cultural relics had been excavated and removed. Recently, the volunteers of cultural relics reflected that a large number of ancient tombs in the Han and Jin Dynasties were found in the chrysanthemum mountain and Mingshan mountain in Xiaoshan District, Hangzhou, Zhejiang. At present, the two mountains are facing the risk of being destroyed. The staff of the cultural relics department of the Hangzhou municipal cultural and garden Bureau told the Beijing Youth newspaper reporter that the excavation of the archaeological site was over, the key cultural relics had been removed, and the archaeological discovery had not enough evidence to support the involvement of the cultural relics department. After the evacuation of the archaeological team, the ancient Han tombs were destroyed Cultural relics peddler sells Han Tombs bricks The price of each piece is 200 yuan In September 2017, a large number of Han tombs were found in the chrysanthemum hill and Mingshan areas of Xiaoshan District, Hangzhou. After discovering cultural relics, Hangzhou Archaeological Institute and Xiaoshan Museum jointly carried out rescue excavation for chrysanthemum mountain and Mingshan area. According to the archaeological site director Shi Meng, the archaeological work began in November 2017 and ended in April 18th this year, and the archaeological team also withdrew. After the withdrawal of the archaeological team, the site became a neglected vacuum area. Some cultural dealers focused on the bricks in the tombs. Local archaeological enthusiasts Zhang Guoxiong told the North Green newspaper reporter: they will choose some of the brick to dig down, broken and discarded, the whole is heap in the foot of the mountain, select the machine to carry away, most of the brick tomb on the Ming mountain have been destroyed. Shi dream indicates that if archaeological sites are not used for development, they will generally choose landfill sites for visitors. But because the local government was trying to remove the site, it was not backfilled after the end of the April 18th archeology. I went back to see that some of the bricks were destroyed and taken away because it was an empty land and it was hard to supervise the local. The Beiqing newspaper reporter found that someone trafficked the Chinese brick through the WeChat, and the man wrote in the circle of friends: a piece of green brick in the Han Dynasty is just a piece of tea, the price is 200 yuan a piece. Subsequently, the Beiqing Bao reporter contacted the seller. He said that the brick was picked up by himself to chrysanthemum mountain, and it was sure to have a collection value. Yesterday, another archaeological enthusiast went to the Ming Shan area to explore and found many destroyed bricks, including many brick. The archaeological team excavated the scene The local cultural relics department said In view of the fact that archaeologists have no doubt that the local government has not been able to protect the ancient tombs, it is believed that after the completion of the archaeological exploration in April 18th, all the unearthed relics have been moved to the local civil protection department except for the unmovable holes and bricks. With the introduction of dream, the burial groups in Mingshan and chrysanthemum mountain areas are relatively dense, but the general specifications are not high. These tombs are mainly populated by the common people, and there are no large burials with large scale, and the exquisite degree is not enough. According to Shi Meng, from the unearthed burial objects, it is also a common instrument in the south of the Yangtze River. According to the staff, due to the fact that some buildings in the area have not been demolished, the cultural relics department will be involved in archaeological intervention if the cultural relics are found in the construction. However, in view of the current archaeological findings, there is not enough evidence to support the involvement of heritage departments. Now, if we want to move mountains, we may consider it from the perspective of ecological environment protection and regional style, and it is no longer a category of cultural relics. The staff member said. 10 experts write a joint letter Call for the protection of the two mountains According to Zhang Guoxiong, the reason why the ancient tombs were not well protected by the local government was that the Xiaoshan district government was planning to resettlement housing construction sites. From a document of Xiao Zheng [2017]62, Beiqing newspaper reporter saw that in July 2017 the Xiaoshan District of Hangzhou held a special meeting of the peoples Government of Xiaoshan District of Hangzhou city to accelerate the overall excavation and leveling project of chrysanthemum mountain. It was held that the whole excavation of chrysanthemum mountain was the need to ensure the construction of rainbow Avenue. The necessary conditions for promoting the construction of the two phase resettlement housing in the East Xiang community are of great significance for improving the urban appearance of Xiaoshan. Some experts believe that chrysanthemum hill and Mingshan area are also rich in natural ecological value. Recently, a letter from the 10 Zhejiang province scholars and history experts, including Mao Zhaoxi, a Zhejiang University Professor, called for the transmission of letters from the chrysanthemum mountain and Mingshan in Xiaoshan District, Hangzhou. The letter points out that chrysanthemum hill and Mingshan are famous ecological landscapes in Xiaoshan area, and a large number of Han tombs have been discovered in recent years. But the local government plans to excavate two mountains for the construction of resettlement houses, which will cause the destruction of the historical and natural landscape of Xiaoshan and Hangzhou and the south of the Yangtze River, which can not be saved. Source: Beijing Youth Daily editor: Huang Zhecheng _B9302 According to Zhang Guoxiong, the reason why the ancient tombs were not well protected by the local government was that the Xiaoshan district government was planning to resettlement housing construction sites. From a document of Xiao Zheng [2017]62, Beiqing newspaper reporter saw that in July 2017 the Xiaoshan District of Hangzhou held a special meeting of the peoples Government of Xiaoshan District of Hangzhou city to accelerate the overall excavation and leveling project of chrysanthemum mountain. It was held that the whole excavation of chrysanthemum mountain was the need to ensure the construction of rainbow Avenue. The necessary conditions for promoting the construction of the two phase resettlement housing in the East Xiang community are of great significance for improving the urban appearance of Xiaoshan. Some experts believe that chrysanthemum hill and Mingshan area are also rich in natural ecological value. Recently, a letter from the 10 Zhejiang province scholars and history experts, including Mao Zhaoxi, a Zhejiang University Professor, called for the transmission of letters from the chrysanthemum mountain and Mingshan in Xiaoshan District, Hangzhou. The letter points out that chrysanthemum hill and Mingshan are famous ecological landscapes in Xiaoshan area, and a large number of Han tombs have been discovered in recent years. But the local government plans to excavate two mountains for the construction of resettlement houses, which will cause the destruction of the historical and natural landscape of Xiaoshan and Hangzhou and the south of the Yangtze River, which can not be saved.