The archaeological work of Sanxingdui is still going on, and in addition to all kinds of rare treasures, the archaeologists themselves are also worthy of attention, especially the post-90s have become the absolute main force.
According to CCTV,The post-90s have accounted for more than half of the archaeologists in Sanxingdui, and become an indispensable force in the front line of Sanxingdui archaeology. They are active everywhere from the excavation of cultural relics to the joint operation of cultural relics protection.
For example, three bronze yuans have been found in pit 4. As of the 28th, two of them have been successfully extracted. These two precious cultural relics were independently extracted by the post-90s.
According to reports, the bronze yuan is similar to the jade yuan in shape. It is generally considered to be a ceremonial instrument, only the size of a palm.
Xu Danyang, an assistant librarian of Sichuan Academy of cultural relics and archaeology, was born in 1995. After graduating from the school of archaeology, culture and Museum of Peking University in 2020, he came directly to the archaeological site of Sanxingdui and was responsible for the excavation of the first pit 4. He worked on the platform for an average of four hours a day.
He said that it's normal to dig on one's stomach at present. In fact, it's OK. It's not very tired.
However, in order to protect cultural relics, when extracting, he must lie on the hanging excavation platform and concentrate his whole strength on his hands. Relying only on his wrists and fingers, the challenge is very big, because some cultural relics are well preserved, but some bodies have been rotten, leaving only fragile outlines. If he is careless, they will fall apart.
The second bronze yuan took nearly two hours from reinforcement to extraction.
Zhou Shanshan, who was born in 1992, also joined the group. This is the first cultural relic she personally extracted from Sanxingdui, but she has eight years of archaeological experience.
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