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A Review of Excavated Yeongseon-dong Shell Mounds Possessed by Dong-A University Museum -through this Activity of Busan Archaeology Meeting in 1930-

LEE DONGJU 1

1동아대학교

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ABSTRACT

The pottery with applique decoration designated as Treasure No. 597 and Possessed by Dong-A University Museum is known to be excavated in the Yeongseon-dong Shell Mounds of Busan. Also it has a very unique features among other examples of Neolithic pottery in Korea because it's difficult to find examples. In addition, various relics excavated from the same collections was housed, but according to the specific circumstances at the time of investigation or this remains uncertain even of the small intestine tend inspector currently. Moreover, the artifacts excavated shell mounds of the same Yeongseon-dong has already been compromised in the process of urbanization under Japanese occupation period. Since Chosun Residency-General is installed by Japanese Empire in 1906, even while occupying Jeolyoung island to equip the military facilities of Army and Navy in Busan. Drawing or photo shoot had been strictly limited by reason of military facilities protection, this is because why there did not leave any of the map. In addition, even at the time of the terrain completely changed by a number of aberrations in the process of reclamation work , one of the reasons is difficult to identify the location. It remains to be designated as a national treasure enough to recognize the importance of relics excavated, but its value would have to be detracted if you don't grasp the academic circumstances surrounding the discovery details and the nature of relics and artifacts, etc. In this regard, this paper was investigated on the nature and context of Busan Archeology conference activities discovered and then examined the remains, the corresponding to the dawn from archeology at the time of Japanese occupation period in Korea, and through the late 19th century map, with localization of the ruins can't be found even a trace, and more the exact account of the possession by Dong-A University Museum, and more the nature of Artifacts.

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