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ОбложкаFeng Shi. Chinese journal of astronomy archaeology. - Bejing: Chinese social sciences, 2017. - [8], 566 p.: ill. - (Library of academic works of social sciences). - Загл. обл.: Library of academic works of social sciences. - Bibliogr. in notes. - ISBN 978-7-5004-5919-4
Шифр: (И/Т4-F38) 02

 

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Оглавление / Contents
 
PREFACE I (To the Fourth Edition) ............................... 1
PREFACE II (To the Third Edition) ............................... 5
PREFACE III (To the Second Edition) ............................. 9
PREFACE IV (To the First Edition) .............................. 13

CHAPTER ONE. INTRODUCTION TO ARCHAEOASTRONOMY
I   The Theoretical Quality of Archaeoastronomy ................. 1
    i   Definitions ............................................. 2
    ii  The Prehistoric and Historical Archaeoastronomy ......... 3
    iii Theories ................................................ 3
    iv  Methods ................................................. 4
    v   Objectives .............................................. 5
    vi  The Major Problems for Chinese Archaeoastronomy ......... 6
II  The Foundation and Development of Archaeoastronomy .......... 7

CHAPTER TWO. ASTRONOMY AND CULTURE IN ANCIENT TIMES
I   The Legendary Times of Chinese Astronomy ................... 18
    i   Study of the Historical Genesis Part of the Chu Silk
        of the Warring States Period 18 Decipherment
        Commentary and Research ................................ 20
    ii  The Early Thoughts of the Genesis of History ........... 44
II  Study of the History of Magician in Ancient Times .......... 72
    i   Magicians and Magics ................................... 72
    ii  Magicians and Kings in the Yin and the Zhou Periods .... 79
III Astrology .................................................. 98
    i   The Origin of Astrology ................................ 99
    ii  The Origin and Development of the System of the Fen
        Ye .................................................... 107

CHAPTER THREE. ANCIENT OBSERVATIONS OF CELESTIAL PHENOMENA FOR
TIME SERVICE
I   The Discussion about the Two Basic Ideas of Observing
    Stars ..................................................... 114
    i   Celestial Co-ordinates ................................ 114
    ii  Precession ............................................ 120
II  The Pole and the Pole-stars in the Neolithic Age .......... 125
    i   A Method of Organizing Calendar through Observing
        the Big Dipper ........................................ 125
    ii  The Origin of the Pole and the Pole-stars ............. 128
    iii The Early Sites of the Big Dipper ..................... 138
    iv  An Astronomical Study of the Motif of Boar Inscribed
        or Painted on the Ritual Vessels in the Neolithic
        Age ................................................... 147
    v   The Tai Yi and the Celestial Theocrat Jun ............. 168
III Study of the Origin of the Calendar ....................... 177
    i   The Observation of the Antares in the Pre-Qin Period .. 178
    ii  The Adoration of the Sun and the Original Calendars ... 197
    iii On the Images of the Standing Bird of the Liangzhu
        Culture ............................................... 204
    iv  Equinoxes, Solstices, and the Four Magicians .......... 210
    v   An Archaeological Study of the System of the
        Calendarin Yao Dian ................................... 219
    vi  Study of the Four Directions and Winds from Records
        in Yin Oracle Bone Inscriptions ....................... 228
           The Four Winds and the Eight Winds ................. 232
           Decipherment of the Names of the Four Directions
           and Winds of the Oracle Bone Inscriptions .......... 240
           Equinoxes, Solstices, and the Four Seasons ......... 255

CHAPTER FOUR. ANCIENT ASTRONOMICAL INSTRUMENTS
I   The Methods Determining the Equinoxes and Solstices ....... 262
    i   The Most Archaic of the Ancient Observational
        Technology of the Reed Stem Endodermis Flying up
        from the Bone Pitch-pipes ............................. 263
    ii  An Astronomical Use of the Bone Pitch-pipes in the
        Neolithic Age ......................................... 265
II  The Gnomonic Methods ...................................... 271
III On the Gnomons in the Qin or the Han Period ............... 277
    i   Differentiation of the Directions ..................... 278
    ii  The Usage of the Gnomon ............................... 280
IV  The Origin and Development of the Clepsydras .............. 293

CHAPTER FIVE. RECORDS OF CELESTIAL PHENOMENA
I. On the Lunar Eclipses in the Yin Dynasty ................... 298
    i   Study of the Oracle Bone Inscriptions Recording in
        the Five Eclipses ..................................... 298
           The Yi You Eclipse ................................. 298
           The Geng Shen Eclipse .............................. 300
           The Jia Wu Eclipse ................................. 305
           The Ren Shen Eclipse ............................... 308
           The Gui Wei Eclipse ................................ 308
    ii  Study of the Visible Dates of the Five Eclipses
        during the King Wu Ding Period ........................ 309
II  On the Solar Eclipse in the Yin Dynasty ................... 315
    i   Decipherment of the Character "Shi" and the Word
        "Riyoushi" ............................................ 318
    ii  Study of the Visible Date of the Yi Si Eclipse ........ 322
III Prominence,Corona,and Sun-spots ........................... 340
IV  Observation of Comets ..................................... 344

CHAPTER SIX. STUDY OF THE ORIGIN OF THE CONSTELLATIONS
I   Stars and Constellation Diagrams .......................... 349
II  On the Origin of the System of the Lunar Mansions ......... 353
    i   The Basic Notions of the System of the Lunar
        Mansions .............................................. 354
    ii  The Established Date of the System of the Lunar
        Mansions .............................................. 357
    iii The Original Place of the System of the Lunar
        Mansions .............................................. 363
III The Early Chinese Astronomical System ..................... 372
IV  An Astronomical Study of the Sites Including Tomb No. 45
    at Xishuipo in Puyang, Henan .............................. 376
    i   Study of the Constellation Map ........................ 378
    ii  Restoration of the Map of the Theory of Canopy-
        Heavens ............................................... 390
    iii The Three Children Buried with the Dead and "Three
        Magicians" ............................................ 402
    iv  A Ritual of the Ascendance of the Tomb Occupant's
        Soul to the Heavenly Sphere ........................... 407
V   On the Origin of the System of the Four Symbolic Animals
    of the Celestial Palaces .................................. 411
    i   The Blue Dragon of the East Palace .................... 413
           The Original Idea of the Oft-repeated Art Motif
           of the Dragons and the Pearl ....................... 413
           The Origin of the System of the Constellations of
           the Dragon ......................................... 416
    ii  The White Tiger of the West Palace .................... 425
    iii The Vermilion Bird of the South Palace ................ 427
    iv  The Black Wu(Tortoise and Snake) of the North Palace .. 430
           The Origin of the Deer as the Symbol of the North
           Palace ............................................. 430
           Tortoise and Snake ................................. 435
VI  The Origin and Development of the Star Maps ............... 437
    i   Planispheres .......................................... 438
    ii  Mercator's Projections ................................ 449
    iii The Celestial Maps Painting both the Lunar Mansions
        and the Zodiacal Signs ................................ 456

CHAPTER SEVEN. ANCIENT COSMOLOGICAL IDEAS
I   The Theory of Canopy-Heavens .............................. 463
II  An Astronomical Study of the Stone Altar of Three
    Circular Terraces of the Hongshan Culture ................. 467
    i   The Map of Three Circular Paths and the "Zhou Bi" ..... 467
    ii  The Circular Altar and the Square Altar ............... 479

CHAPTER EIGHT. ON THE KNOWLEDGE OF HEAVENS AND NUMBERS
I   The Original Idea of "the Map of Tai Ji" .................. 489
II  The Original Idea of "the Picture of Luo" ................. 503
    i   Octangoral Design of the Prehistory and Ancient
        Thoughts of Heavens and Numbers ....................... 507
    ii  On the Origin of Ancient Chinese Divinatory
        Instrument Shi Pan .................................... 523
III Study of the Oracle Turtle Shell of the Yi Gua at Yinxu ... 536
    i   Decipherment of the Inscriptions of the Oracle
        Turtle Shell of the Yi Gua ............................ 536
    ii  The Development of the Trigrams ....................... 540
    iii The Oracle Turtle Shell and the Shi Pan ............... 542
    iv  The Oracle Turtle Shell and the Story of the Yin
        King Yi Married His Daughter .......................... 544

Abbreviations ................................................. 560
Postscript (To the Third Edition) ............................. 564


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