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The "Xiaobai Reef I" hull excavation and technology protection expert demonstration meeting was held in 甬 2012-10-23

 

On October 18th, the “Xiaobai Reef I” Qing wreck hull excavation implementation plan and hull science and technology protection expert demonstration meeting was held in Ningbo, from Chinese cultural heritage research, National Underwater Cultural Heritage Protection Center, National Museum of China, Peking University 14 experts in underwater archaeology, science and technology protection and shipbuilding history participated in the demonstrations of Wuhan University of Technology, Nanjing Museum, Fujian Museum, Zhejiang Museum, Quanzhou Haijiao Museum, Dengzhou Museum and Ningbo Cultural Relics and Archaeology Institute. meeting. “Xiaobai Reef I” shipwreck is located in the fishing area of ​​Yushan Islands, Shipu Town, Xiangshan County, Ningbo City, Zhejiang Province. It was discovered that in 2008, key investigations and excavations were carried out in 2009, and ship-borne cultural relics excavation was completed in 2012. It is planned to start in 2013. Hull excavation and protection work. At the demonstration meeting, the experts gave high praise to the achievements of the “Xiaobai Reef I” 2012 underwater archaeology in the application of new technologies, innovation in working methods and publicity; the shipwreck of “Xiaobai Reef I” The historical and research value has been redefined, and the mixed structure of the bulkhead and the frame is considered to be the earliest example of the integration of Chinese and Western ancient ship construction techniques discovered in China, filling the blank of China's shipbuilding history; The concepts and practices of hull excavation and technology protection were carried out simultaneously, and the experts unanimously agreed that their specific exploration methods and protection technologies have also published their own insights. The meeting also entrusted the China Cultural Heritage Research Institute to prepare the hull science and technology protection plan, and plans to file a project with the National Cultural Relics Bureau. After the shipwreck hull excavates the water, it will be displayed in the future protection zone of the National Underwater Cultural Heritage Protection Ningbo Base, allowing the public to share the results of underwater cultural heritage protection. (Ningbo Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology)