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What is Li Ji's evaluation? How is he alone
Fun history2019-03-08 14:08:05 Jalan Pode Rijin Su Bingqi Gao Ben Han Ansheng

The young Chinese student wrote at the end of his "Creation of Resume": "If I have the opportunity, I would also like to go to Xinjiang, Qinghai, Tibet, India, Persia to plan graves, dig graves, find monuments, and find antiques that others don't Find out the original of the Chinese. "

22 years old, went to Harvard to study anthropology. Later, he really went to "plan a grave and dig a tomb to find monuments", but he did not go to Xinjiang, Qinghai, Tibet, India or Persia, but in Henan, Shanxi and Shandong in the Central Plains.

In 1926, he hosted the excavation of the Yangshao Cultural Site in Xiyin Village, Xia County, Shanxi. He became the first Chinese scholar to excavate archeological sites. In 1930, he led the excavation of the Chengziya site in Longshan Town, Jinan, and he made Longshan culture appear in front of the world. Today, Yangshao culture and Longshan culture have become the iconic terms of Chinese ancient history, and many people who do n’t know anything about archeology know it well. It's just that most people have never heard of him.

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In 1945, he served as the first director of the Central History Museum. In 1948, he was elected as the first academician of the Academia Sinica. He moved to Taiwan with the Republic of China government at the end of the same year and founded the Department of Archeology and Anthropology of National Taiwan University the following year. In 1955, he succeeded Dong Zuobin's vacancies and served as director of the Institute of History and Languages until 1972.

On August 1, 1979, he died at Wenzhou Street Residence in Taipei, and published about 150 archeological works. His adopted son, Li Guangzhou, is also an important archeologist in Taiwan.

Li Ji's influence on Chinese archeology is long-lasting and multi-faceted (Zhang Guangzhi, 1981). The excavations of Yin Ruins he hosted from 1928 to 1937 shaped the prototype of the academic system of Chinese archeology. The main leaders of Chinese and Taiwanese archaeology from the 1950s to the 1980s, such as Xia Xie, Yin Da, Gao Quxun, Shi Jieru, Yin Huanzhang, and Zhao Qingfang, etc. all received the guidance and training of him and Liang Siyong, and participated in Yin Ruins Excavation work; students he cultivated in Taiwan, such as Zhang Guangzhi and Xu Yunyun, are also leaders in Chinese archeology and ancient Chinese history .

In addition, as China's first archeologist, his personal research orientation and achievements have a profound impact (Zhang Guangzhi, 1981, 99-100). He insisted on first-hand materials as the basis for his argument, and argued that the classification of archeological relics should be based on quantifiable tangible objects. At the same time, he interpreted archaeological data from the perspective of cultural anthropology, and did not limit the research issues of Chinese archeology by the geographical scope of China. The famous archeologist Zhang Guangzhi once said, "In terms of Chinese archeology, we still live in Li Ji's time."

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Li Ao said: "Li Ji has been a learning valve since he was 31 years old, and died in martial arts novels at the age of 84. He has a monopoly on academics, and he does not study or give others opportunities." Anyang Excavation Report "has beginnings and ends," Chinese ancient history 'Plan to delay or not', also known as Li Ji is "the last fascinating learning valve."

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