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Archaeomagnetic Study on Roof Tile Kilns of Goryeo Period in Gyeonggi Region
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  • Journal title : Journal of Conservation Science
  • Volume 32, Issue 1,  2016, pp.1-10
  • Publisher : The Korean Society Of Conservation Science For Cultural Properties
  • DOI : 10.12654/JCS.2016.32.1.01
 Title & Authors
Archaeomagnetic Study on Roof Tile Kilns of Goryeo Period in Gyeonggi Region
Sung, Hyong Mi;
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 Abstract
At the archaeological site, there are a variety of fired soil remains with which archaeomagnetic dating is measured, and there are also different kinds of kilns equipped with favorable plasticity conditions, so quality data can be gained. Among them, roof tile kilns indicate fairly great results of archaeomagnetic measuring. This should be associated with the properties of soil consisting of the kilns. With a lot of experimental results, it has been found that the fired soil samples of roof tile kilns have formed very stable residual magnetization. This author conducted archaeomagnetic research to present archaeomagnetic results of measuring about roof tile kilns from Goryeo in Gyeonggi. With the archaeomagnetic data of measuring 21 samples, this researcher tried to estimate the archaeomagnetic dating of roof tile kilns from Goryeo in Gyeonggi and divided them into three groups, group A (A.D.900~1150), group B (A.D.1150~1250), and group C (A.D.1300~1400) to figure out their relative order and arrange them in order. Through this kind of archaeomagnetic research, it will be possible to identify the dating of 21 roof tile kilns from Goryeo in Gyeonggi and also contribute considerably to chronological research on roof tile kilns from Goryeo. In the body, the remains and kilns belonging to each group are presented in detail.
 Keywords
Archaeomagnetic dating;Fired soil;Gyeonggi Region;Goryeo Period;Roof Tile Kiln;
 Language
Korean
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