——Archaeology and the exploration of Jiangsu's regional civilization

  In order to strengthen the protection and rational utilization of cultural relics in our city, the "Haizhou Cultural Forum" sponsored by the Municipal Cultural Relics Bureau and undertaken by the Municipal Museum, the Municipal Key Cultural Relics Protection Research Institute, and the Folklore Museum will soon hold the "Inheritance and Development-Famous Artists Discussing Cultural Heritage" Lecture Series".

  The lecturer of this lecture is Lin Liugen, a researcher and director of the Institute of Archaeology of Nanjing Museum.

  1. Lecture topic:

  "Archaeology and the Exploration of Jiangsu Regional Civilization".

  2. Lecture time:

  March 29 (Wednesday) 9:00-11:30 am.

  3. Lecture location:

  Academic Lecture Hall on the first floor of Lianyungang Museum.

  Lin Liugen Introduction

  Lin Liugen, male, born in 1963. Doctor of History, secondary researcher of Nanjing Museum, distinguished researcher of the Palace Museum, director of Jiangsu Institute of Archaeology, director of Chinese Archaeological Society, deputy director of Chinese Neolithic Archaeology Professional Committee, director of Jiangsu Archaeological Society of China. Visiting researcher of the Ancient Civilization Research Center of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.

  Presided over the investigation and excavation of major archaeological projects such as the Lianyungang Tenghualuo Site, Yixing Luotuo Dun Site, Pizhou Liangwang City Site, Sihong Shunshanji Site, Jurong Jintan Western Zhou Mound Tombs, Xuyi Sizhou City Site, and Yangzhou Suiyang Emperor Tomb , Served as the chief archaeology leader of the Jiangsu section of the East Route of the South-to-North Water Diversion Project and the Beijing-Shanghai High-speed Railway. Many projects won the second and third prizes of the National Field Archaeology Award of the Top Ten New Archaeological Discoveries in the country. Published more than 50 papers such as "Looking at the Complex Process of Ancient Society in the Lower Yangtze River from the Site of Dongshan Village", "Discovery and Research on Remains of Relevant Architectural Remains of Jiangnan Mound Tombs", and published "Lianyungang Rattan and Flower Falling Site" and "History on Both Sides of the Grand Canal" There are many large-scale archaeological reports and monographs such as Imprint, "The City of Liangwang. Prehistoric Volume", "Crossing the Yangtze River Delta", "Crossing the Yili Mountains", "Shunshan Collection", and "Research on the Settlement of Wudi".