The name "Yinxu Museum" is really ambiguous. In other words, 90 yuan per ticket can be divided into two parts - "one is the site of Yinxu palace and temple; the other is the site of Yinxu imperial mausoleum. Among them, the Yinxu Palace site needs to check tickets twice, first at the entrance of the gate, then at the Yinxu Museum; then by bus or self-driving in the scenic area, and then to visit the Yinxu imperial mausoleum site and check tickets again. All of the above is called Yinxu Site Scenic Area. To put it more vulgarly, the palace sites mainly display cultural relics, oracle bone inscriptions and other "living people" parts; the imperial mausoleum sites, needless to say, are buried with tombs. First, there is a showroom opposite the entrance gate of the Yinxu palace and temple site. First, it goes to the museum along the road sign on the right hand. The museum is located in the scenic area of the temple site, and it is the core exhibition area of the site. After the visit, we went to Stele Forest - Caravan Pit - Zongmiao Sacrifice Pit Relics - Oracle Bone Wenqian Cave Exhibition Hall - Oracle Bone Calligraphy Gallery - Chairman Mao inspected the Monument - Fuhao Tomb, and finally returned to the gate to see the Shang Dynasty History Exhibition. Above all, it's easy to walk along. This scenic spot is the city center of Shang Dynasty. It seems to be the capital, a big city pool. This place is called "Yin", the ruins of Yin - Yin Ruins. Second, go out the gate, take a bus in the scenic area, or drive a private car to the Yinxu imperial mausoleum site, about 6 kilometers. The scenic spot is divided into two parts. There are three exhibition halls on the east side of the left hand, showing the big pits and other grave pits unearthed by Simuwu Dafangding. The west side is also the site of the imperial mausoleum. The ground is marked and illustrated only with stones, and there is no more ornamental. However, there is a sense of endless vicissitudes in the sunset. Over 3000 years, it's really a journey back to the Shang Dynasty. The scenic spot is well constructed, the supporting facilities are perfect, the gardens are well afforested, and it is suitable for visiting and leisure. The first part takes at least two hours for a quick tour. The number of people going to the imperial mausoleum is much less. I regret that I didn't go there. The excavation of the pit from the Simu Wu Dafangding is very shocking. It's better not to miss it. On my way back, I passed Wujia Courtyard for a short stay. It was this family that buried it in their yard for eight years in order to protect Simu Wu Dafangding from the crazy plunder of Japanese devils. The whole Yinxu ruins, except Simuwu Dafangding, are authentic works, Dafangding genuine works in the National Museum. In a word, this trip is necessary in this life.
As a student, deliberately from Jiangsu to Anyang, if you see this comment, it shows that you are interested in here. Perhaps you will hesitate whether it is necessary to play in Anyang, Yin Ruins or not, I will tell you, please do come to Yin Ruins! People who don't know history won't think about it. You may say that skeletons scare people to death. What's good about them? They're all ruins. But you can bring your children with you and let them dream back to the Shang Dynasty for three thousand years. Let him know the woman hero, let him know what filial piety is, so that he can cast the world-famous Simu Wuding, let him know what is the mother Wuding after Simu Wuding, let him know the reason why Pan Qianyin, let him know the origin of his eldest son's inheritance, let him be moved by Chinese history. During the summer vacation, as a 5A scenic spot, I didn't expect so few tourists. In fact, I felt a little sad. Actually, it's a scenic spot built with intent. What impresses the scenic spot is the corridor of oracle bone inscriptions. Thank you, Anyang, for giving me different touches!
To Anyang, of course, is for the Yin Ruins. In 1899, Wang Yirong, a philosopher, purchased medicines for his illness. Unexpectedly, he found very ancient inscriptions on keels sold in pharmacies, from which "oracle bone inscriptions" were discovered. After that, these oracle bones were changed hands several times. Not to mention the bizarre stories happened during this period, but to say that people began to flock to search for the source of oracle bones for different purposes, so Xiaotun village of Anyang "the South Bank of Huan River" in Henan Province came into people's vision. So far, Yinxu ruins were first known by academia. In 1917, Wang Guowei made a textual research on the oracle bone inscriptions, sorted out the lineage table of the Shang King, and further confirmed that Xiaotun was the capital of Pangeng. This is the earliest capital of China ever discovered, the Yin Ruins about 3300 years ago. Since the scientific excavation in 1928, a large number of capital building sites and abundant cultural relics represented by Oracle Bone Inscriptions and bronzes have been unearthed in Yin Ruins, which systematically demonstrated the brilliant bronze civilization in the late Shang Dynasty and established the scientific status of Yin Shang society as a history believer. Yin Ruins was ranked the first of China's "100 major archaeological discoveries" in the 20th century, and was listed as a world cultural heritage by UNESCO in 2006. Previously, when reading Chinese history textbooks, the space related to Yin Ruins always accounted for a considerable proportion. The earliest burial and sacrificial pits of chariots and horses, as well as the bones of dead and human beings, have helped us understand the concept and hierarchy of merchants more than 3,000 years ago. Oracle inscriptions used in the records and divination of the Shang Dynasty are not only the earliest literary discoveries in China. At the same time, the recorded history of Chinese civilization will be pushed forward to more than 3,000 years ago. The discovery of the tomb of Fu Hao has enriched and enriched the legendary story of a known member of the royal family in Wuding period of Shang King. As for bronze wares, the Simuwu big square tripod unearthed from the imperial mausoleum of Yinxu has become the name card of ancient Chinese bronze wares, which are now collected by the National Museum of China. In Yin Ruins, it feels like a dialogue with the ancients and a passage of time and space. This sense of passage was also experienced when traveling in Greece a year ago, even more ancient Greece. But today in Yin Ruins, in China, the dialogue with their ancestors is certainly more memorable.
The Yin Ruins are probably the most famous in Anyang. I also spent a lot of time, three hours, because there were too many cultures in them. First take a bus, then walk for 7.8 minutes to the palace site, ticket 90 is another explanation. The whole scenic area is not small, but most of them are cemeteries. The main exhibition is Yin Ruins Museum. I have seen it for a long time, but I must follow the guide, so I can learn a lot of knowledge. I always listen to the voice explanation, but it is still not as good as the guide. Other oracle inscriptions are also very interesting, and the carriage pit and the Fuhao Tomb are more distinctive. Tickets can go to three scenic spots, palace ruins can take a free car to the Wang Mausoleum, but their free grandparents over 70 years old can not ride, because there must be tickets, the driver refused two grandfathers is excusable. In order to catch the bus, I just wandered around for 20 minutes. On the whole, Yin Ruins are still very valuable. 45 student tickets let me know a lot of knowledge of the Shang Dynasty, which is highly recommended.
Yin Ruins, formerly known as "Northern Mongolia", is the ruins of the capital city of the late Shang Dynasty in China, located in Anyang City, Henan Province. In Pan Geng's fourteenth year, Pan Geng, the twentieth monarch of Shang Dynasty, moved to Northern Mongolia (now Anyang, Henan Province) and renamed it "Northern Mongolia" Yin. Pangeng 15 years, began to build Yindu. From Pangeng's moving to Yin Dynasty to Emperor Xin's subjugation in 1046 B.C., Yin had been the political, economic, cultural and military center of China in the late Shang Dynasty. Here, the ancestors of the Chinese nation created a brilliant culture, which was one of the most advanced civilizations in the world at that time.
Located around Xiaotun Village, Yindu District, northwest of Anyang City, Henan Province, Yinxu is the capital site of the late Shang Dynasty in China. It is the first capital site in Chinese history that has been verified by Archaeology and oracle bone inscriptions. It consists of the imperial mausoleum site of Yinxu, the palace and temple site of Yinxu, and the Shangcheng site of Huanbei. Here, we can appreciate that Chinese civilization has a long history and is broad and profound. The ruins of Yinxu Palace and Zongmiao are located in Anyang City. In the countryside near Anyang City, the imperial mausoleum site is about half an hour away from the Yinxu palace and temple site. You can watch it for half a day. You'd better ask a commentator to explain it, otherwise you'll just watch the fun.
At the beginning of the 20th century, Yin Ruins were famous for the excavation of oracle bone inscriptions. Since the archaeological excavation officially began in 1928, a large number of capital building sites and rich cultural relics represented by Oracle Bone Inscriptions and bronzes have been unearthed in Yin Ruins, which systematically displayed the brilliant bronze civilization in the late Shang Dynasty of China and established the scientific status of Yin Shang society as a history of information. It was ranked the first of 100 major archaeological discoveries in China in the 20th century. Yin Ruins is the first capital ruins in Chinese history, which can be verified by Archaeology and oracle bone inscriptions. They are composed of Yin Ruins, imperial mausoleums, palaces and temples, and Huanbei Shang City. Oracle bone inscription is the predecessor of Chinese characters and one of the three oldest writing systems in the world. It not only proves that ancient Chinese characters originated independently, but also provides Chinese ancient independent rules of character formation, which has had a fundamental impact on Chinese culture since 3000 years. The discovery of oracle-bone inscriptions in Yin Ruins not only advanced the credible history of written records in China to Shang Dynasty, but also had great significance in restoring the social history of Yin and Shang Dynasty in an all-round way because of its rich content, involving all aspects of politics, economy, culture and ideology of Yin and Shang Dynasty. It was called the earliest "archive bank" of ancient China and even of mankind. The bronzes unearthed from Yin Ruins are of various shapes and mysterious decorations, reflecting the unique religious feelings and aesthetic concepts of the ancestors of the Yin and Shang Dynasties, reaching the peak of the development of the Chinese bronze age and occupying an important position in the history of ancient Chinese civilization.
” Understanding Chinese civilization, starting from the Yin Ruins of Anyang (advertising slogans). The Yin Ruins Scenic Spot can be divided into palace and temple sites and royal mausoleum sites. At half-past-hour, there is a free shuttle bus to the imperial mausoleum site in front of the ticket office of the Zongmiao site. Zongmiao Site is the place where oracle bone inscriptions were found. There are on-site exhibitions excavated in that year. The Yin Ruins Museum in Zongmiao Site is a comprehensive display of Che Ma Keng, bronze and other objects related to the Shang Dynasty, which reflects the history of the Shang Dynasty to a certain extent. The site where the world's largest and heaviest bronze ware, Simuwu Dafangding, was discovered at the Mausoleum site shows the scene of the discovery. However, the original Simuwu Dafangding, which was placed in the original place, is a replica (the original is exhibited at the Beijing National Museum), as well as the unearthed horse and chariot pits, funerals and other exhibitions. It is really worth visiting.
I like Chinese history. So it's very tasty to see these. I happened to meet volunteers here, who explained more carefully than the tour guide. Asked the staff, most of the museum's collections are genuine. Tomb pits are one-to-one models made by descendants on the original site. The site is kept below. The first time I saw a real grave, I was shocked. The Museum has a rich collection. The whole Shang Dynasty's economic, cultural, political and registration system, the temple system can be seen. It is suitable for study and research. Come back next time you have a chance.
Tourist experience is very good 5A scenic spot, clear instructions, standardized management! ___________ It's worth a visit. I've been down for four hours. It's not a hurry. It's very convenient to change tickets at the tourist center of the scenic spot at 9:30. Ask about the time of the shuttle bus and then enter the palace area for sightseeing. Walk down slowly for two and a half hours. Suggest that the museum and the exhibition hall introducing business culture should have more time. After swimming out, the train leaves at half and full time, extremely punctual. Ten minutes to Mausoleum. The driver will tell you the return time. I arrived at 12:10, and the driver said 13:15. It turns out to be very reasonable. It's just an hour after you go in and turn around. It is suggested that we go to the East District first (there are three exhibition halls). Western District is a backfilled mausoleum. There are deer scattered in the area. They are very big. Children shout donkeys, donkeys and donkeys haha. The return journey can be halfway down, just say a word to the master.