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Even though relocated five times since its establishment in 1928, the IHP had had remarkable achievements in both research and field works. Documents from these 10 years are coded under the “Yuan” heading, and there are 595 folders…
This archive (5,300 files) is donated by the relatives of Fu Ssu-nien in January 1985. A majority of them is unpublished manuscripts and correspondences between Fu and his friends. There are also photos, newspaper clippings and some personal items…
These files (total 1,077 files) are mainly the correspondences between Ding Wen-jiang (1887-1936) and his contacts in the military, politics, business sector, press as well as the academia in 1926…
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The archives of the Grand Secretariat currently housed at the Institute were originally kept at the Grand Secretariat Storehouse in the Ch’ing imperial palace. They were removed from the Storehouse when it underwent renovation in 1909…
侈口附耳縮頸圓腹圜底瓶
The majority of the archeological data housed at the IHP belongs to the findings from Yinxu, the former capital of the later-Shang dynasty. Between 1928 and 1937, 15 excavations were undertaken by the 1st generation Chinese archeologists in present-day Anyang…
史語所數位典藏資料庫整合系統
11 archives and 760,000 entries of data are now integrated into this system. These include the IHP archeology database, the Han slips database, metal and stone rubbings database, rare books and seals database…
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