Xu Xusheng
Xu Xusheng, also known as Xu Bingchang, (1888 – January 4, 1976) was a Chinese archaeologist, historian, and explorer born in Tanghe, Henan Province. Best known for his discovery of the Erlitou cultur...
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Yuan Zhongyi
Yuan Zhongyi (袁仲一, born 1932) is a Chinese archaeologist. He is best known for his work in the excavation and preservation of the Terracotta Army in Xi'an, China.
Huang Wenbi
Huang Wenbi(simplified Chinese :黄文弼; (April 23, 1893- December 18, 1966) was born in Hanchuan, Hubei, China. He was a Chinese modern archaeologist and studied the history and geography of northwest C...
Li Ji (archeologist)
Li Ji (Chinese: 李濟; July 12, 1896 – August 1, 1979), also commonly romanized as Li Chi, was an influential Chinese archaeologist. He is considered to be the founder of modern Chinese archaeo...
Ma Chengyuan
Ma Chengyuan (3 November 1927 – 25 September 2004) was a Chinese archaeologist, epigrapher, and president of the Shanghai Museum. He was credited with saving priceless artifacts from destruction durin...
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Wang Yirong
Wang Yirong (Chinese: 王懿榮; pinyin: Wáng Yìróng; 1845–1900) was a director of the Chinese Imperial Academy, best known as the first to recognize that the symbols inscribed on oracle bones were ...
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Wang Zhongshu
Wang Zhongshu (Chinese: 王仲殊; born 15 October 1925) is a Chinese archaeologist who has helped to establish and develop the field of archaeology in China. One of the most prominent Asian archaeologi...
Guo Moruo
Guo Moruo (Chinese: 郭沫若; pinyin: Guō Mòruò; Wade–Giles: Kuo Mo-jo; November 16, 1892 – June 12, 1978), courtesy name Dingtang (鼎堂), was a Chinese author, poet, historian, archaeologist, an...
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Luo Zhenyu
Luo Zhenyu or Lo Chen-yü (August 8, 1866 – May 14, 1940), courtesy name Shuyun (叔蘊), was a Chinese classical scholar, philologist, epigrapher, antiquarian and Qing loyalist.
A native of Suzh...
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Xia Nai
Xia Nai (formerly romanized as Hsia Nai; 1910–1985) was a pioneering Chinese archaeologist. He was born in Wenzhou, southern Zhejiang province, and majored in economic history at the elite Tsinghua U...
Zheng Zhenduo
Zheng Zhenduo (December 19, 1898 – October 17, 1958), courtesy name Xidi, was a Chinese journalist, writer, archaeologist and scholar. His pen names were Baofun (寶芬), Guo Yuanxin (郭源新) and CT.He made ...
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Chen Mengjia
Chen Mengjia (or Ch'en Meng-chia; 1911–1966) was a Chinese scholar, poet and archaeologist. He was considered the foremost authority on oracle bones and was Professor of Chinese at Tsinghua University...
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Luo (surname)
Luo or Lo refers to the Mandarin romanizations of the Chinese surnames 羅 (Simplified Chinese: 罗, pinyin: Luó, Jyutping: Lo4) and 駱 (Simplified Chinese: 骆, pinyin: Luò, Jyutping: Lok3). Of the two surn...
Tong Enzheng
Tong Enzheng (Chinese: 童恩正; 1935 – April 20, 1997) was a prominent Chinese archaeologist, historian, designer, and science fiction author.
Tong authored the textbook Cultural Anthropology and ...
Li Gonglin
Li Gonglin (李公麟, 1049–1106), style name Boshi (伯時), art name Longmian Jushi (龍眠居士, Householder of Sleeping Dragon), was a Chinese painter, civil officer and archaeologist in the Northern Song Dy...
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Kwang-chih Chang
Kwang-chih Chang (Chinese: 張光直; pinyin: Zhāng Guāngzhí; 1931–2001), also known as K.C. Chang, was a Chinese/Taiwanese archaeologist and sinologist. He was a professor of archaeology at Harvard...
Liu E
Liu E (simplified Chinese: 刘鹗; traditional Chinese: 劉鶚; pinyin: Liú È; Wade–Giles: Liu E; also spelled Liu O; 18 October 1857 – 23 August 1909), courtesy name Tieyun (simplified Chines...
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