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The western "dragon tactic": foreign archaeological also used the Luoyang shovel it [Abstract] American archaeological exploration generally has three modes: coring, augering, drilling, are borrowed from geologists there. Among them, coring is similar to the general exploration in our country. It is a kind of hollow cylindrical tool. Thank you for this a few years a variety of novel and film publicity, Chinese natural to think of the tomb at the archaeological will. When it comes to the tomb, we will ask the famous Luoyang Shovel – whether seen, most people know the name. This kind of drilling tool in the Republic of China, the underground thousands of years ago, the ancestors can not be disturbed peace, but also become one of the most difficult to have to rely on archaeologists tools. The inventors are now considered to be Li Yazi luoyang. I’ve always wanted to know how much of the world impact of the Luoyang shovel, foreign archaeological in the end what to find the tomb. Unfortunately, there are too few opportunities to dig graves in North America, and the teachers in the Department and the students who work in the archaeological companies are rarely involved in the exploration of tombs. A teacher engaged in indigenous archaeology, one day about their exploration in Indian ruins, the word is used in coring (or coring drilling exploration, but no special tools). Adhere to the principle of Google can not move the mouth, I checked it, there really is an introduction to the history of the u.s.. According to this article, there are generally three ways of archaeological exploration in the United States: coring, augering, and drilling, which are drawn from geologists. Among them, coring is similar to the general exploration in our country. It is a kind of hollow cylindrical tool. It is similar to the Luoyang shovel in terms of form, operation and working principle, but it does not seem to be a technology from china. So how to find the tomb of foreign archaeology? Revd Bryan Faussett will be mentioned in almost all of the Anglo Saxon archaeological relics in the works. This is a eighteenth Century British antiquities enthusiasts in Kent, in some local tomb excavations at the age of ten (called discover it), and then generated interest and his team to dry up, Anglo Saxon tombs discovery and research had important contribution. The gentleman also invented a tool called probe, can be found in the burial ground. I found the content in the man’s manuscript published in 1856. The manuscript documents the nature of the excavations and archaeological excavations in several locations in Kent county from 1757 to 1773. The 87-88 page of the manuscript records the invention of the probe and provides a line drawing. Because the ground is roughly all tomb has been excavated after facing no grave dug, he realized that there may be a lot of underground or tomb tomb itself does not have destroyed tombs have been found. So he figured out a tool to explore the underground tombs, and then this tool is very successful, found a lot of ground without any signs of burial. Total length of the tool.相关的主题文章: