中墨绿松石嵌片制作技术对比研究

Translated title of the contribution: A Comparative Analysis of Ancient Turquoise Tesserae Technology in China and Mesoamerica

邓聪, 许宏, 赵海涛, Emiliano Melgar, 邓学文, 刘佳林, 李建深

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Abstract

本文探索中美洲与我国二里头遗址绿松石镶嵌技术传统。中方曾实地考察北美洲西南部查科峡谷绿松石作坊遗址。合作者之一是特诺奇蒂特兰大神庙(Great Temple of Tenochtitlan)出土绿松石作坊的发掘及研究者。中墨双方合作,开启了太平洋两岸早期绿松石制作工艺对比研究的尝试。二里头绿松石制品工艺的研究,为认识我国早期国家社会宗教信仰和社会价值取向的重要途径。通过中墨两地考古资料,对镶嵌绿松石制品和绿松石作坊的对比,并以湖北云盖寺绿松石原料嵌片实验的制作,揭示绿松石制品在早期文明的世界性意义。

This paper aims to explore turquoise inlay production technology in Mesoamerica and Erlitou in Central China. We visited the pre-Columbian turquoise workshop in Chaco Canyon in the American Southwest. One of our collaborators is the excavator and researcher of the turquoise workshop of the Great Temple of Tenochtitlan in Mexico. The collaboration between China and Mexico has opened up comparative research on ancient turquoise production technology on both sides of the Pacific. The studies on production technology of Erlitou turquoise objects shed light on the religious beliefs and social values of early states in China. Through examining archaeological remains from China and Mexico, conducting comparative analysis of ancient turquoise objects and its workshops, and performing archaeological experiments using turquoise raw materials from Yungaizi in Hubei Province, our research reveals the significant role turquoise played in the emergence and evolution of ancient civilizations.
Translated title of the contributionA Comparative Analysis of Ancient Turquoise Tesserae Technology in China and Mesoamerica
Original languageChinese (Simplified)
Pages (from-to)114-122
Number of pages9
Journal江漢考古=Jianghan Kaogu
Volume2022
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2022

User-Defined Keywords

  • 二里头遗址
  • 特诺奇蒂特兰大神庙
  • 绿松石嵌片技术
  • 对比研究
  • Erlitou site
  • the Templo Mayor of Tenochtitlan
  • turquoise tesserae technology
  • comparative analysis

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