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Title: タンロン城王宮跡出土の陶磁器
Other Titles: Ceramic found in Thang Long Imperial Citadel
Authors: グェン, ティ・ラン・アィン / 野上, 建紀
Authors (alternative): Nguyen, Thi Lan Anh / Nogami, Takenori
Issue Date: 18-Mar-2019
Publisher: 長崎大学多文化社会学部 / School of Global Humanities and Social Sciences, Nagasaki University
Citation: 多文化社会研究, 5, pp.169-187; 2019
Abstract: For its age-old historical and cultural values, being the center of regional political power for almost 13 centuries without interruption and diversified relic systems, Thang Long Imperial Citadel was recognized as a world cultural heritage site by the UNESCO World Heritage Committee on 1 st August, 2010. Remains of the Imperial Citadel were discovered on the site of the former Ba Dinh Hall when the structure was torn down in 2008 to make way for a new parliament building. Various archaeological remains unearthed were brought to the National Museum to be exhibited. Thus far only a small fraction of Thang Long has been excavated. Archaeological site at 18 Hoang Dieu is about 87 meters from Kinh Thien palace. It houses vestiges of palaces of the Ly, Tran and Le dynasties. The lowest layer of the site was found a part of the eastern area of Dai La citadel under Cao Bien’s reign of the Tang dynasty. The higher layers were reserved for palaces of the Ly and Tran dynasties and a part of the center of the eastern palace of the Ly dynasty. The top layer revealed a part of the centre of Hanoi Citadel in the 19 th century. History revealed that Thang Long imperial citadel changed a lots but its centre, especially Tu Cam Thanh, remained nearly unchanged. Here, archaeologists dug out many important architectural vestiges and a great deal of porcelain and ceramic wares used in the imperial citadel through various stages of development. The findings paved the way for researchers to study ceramics made in Thang Long in general and ceramic wares used in Thang Long Imperial Citadel through different dynasties.
Keywords: Thang Long Imperial Citadel / 18 Hoang Dieu / porcelain / ceramic wares / archaeologist
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/38913
ISSN: 21891486
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version: publisher
Appears in Collections:Volume 5

Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/38913

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