Associate Professor
Guoquan Lu

Name:Guoquan Lu(路国权)

Title:Associate Professor,Master Tutor

Research Interests:

Field Archaeology,Bronze Age Archaeology and Ancient Chinese Bronze

Recent research projects:

AStudy on Staging, Dating and Genealogy of Bronze Vessels in the Eastern Zhou Dynasty, Shandong Provincial Social Science Planning and Management Office.




Associate professor,archaeological,Since2014(U.Shandong,China)

Avisiting scholar and a third researcher,2016-2017(U.Nanshan,Japan)


In 2012, the first Chinese Liji archaeology scholarship was discovered.

2013-2015 Shandong Excellent Field Archaeological Site Award

2016 New Five Archaeological Discoveries in Shandong Province

2016~2017 Shandong Excellent Field Archaeological Site Award

2017 China's six major archaeological discoveries

2017 National Top Ten Archaeological Discoveries

2016-2017 Field Archaeology Award (third prize)

Main representative:

  1. A Study of the BronzeVesselsLineage of the Eastern Zhou Dynasty, Shanghai Ancient Books Publishing House, 2018.

  2. History and Commentary (2): Archaeological Studies on the Stages and Periods of Spring and Autumn History, Western Archaeology (16), Science Press, 2018.

  3. The JiaojiaNeolithic Age Site in Zhangqiu District, Jinan City, Archaeology, No. 7 of 2018.

  4. On the Functional Classification ofBronze Vessel Hein the Eastern Zhou Dynasty, Wenbo, No. 3, 2018.

  5. The Origin of Jianghuai: On the Pedigree and Source ofBronze vessel Fou, Sichuan Cultural Relics, No. 3, 2018.

  6. “The North and South division: On the Classification and Pedigree of theBronze vessel Yiin the Eastern Zhou Dynasty,Archaeology and Cultural Relics”, No. 4, 2018.

  7. A preliminary report of the 2015 excavation at the site of Zhu State in Zoucheng, Shandong”, Archaeology, No. 3, 2018.

  8. The division and related issues of the "Shangcunlinggroup" and "Baoxiangsigroup" bronze wares”, edited by the Chinese Society of Chinese Archaeology, "Chinese Archaeology" (17), 2017.

  9. Re-discussion on the Pedigree and Origin of theYiin the Eastern Zhou Dynasty, Oriental Archaeology (14), Science Press, 2017.

  10. "Archaeology into reality - transforming our civilization", "China Cultural Relics" July 11, 2017, 6th edition.

  11. History and Review: A Study of the Staging and Dating of the History of Spring and Autumn in the History of Literature”, Western Archaeology (13), Science Press, 2017.

  12. The Age and Significance of 2009M1 and M2 Bronze Groups in Xucheng Xulou”, Proceedings of the Bronze and Shandong Ancient Countries Symposium, Shanghai Ancient Books Publishing House, 2017.

  13. Several Issues of theYa Fu Yi ZunfromYe Jiashan,Suizhou,Bronze Culture Research”(9), Huangshan Shushe, 2016.

  14. The division between Zhou and Chu: On the Classification and Pedigree of theBrone vessel Fuin the Eastern Zhou Dynasty, "Sichuan Cultural Relics", No. 4, 2016.

  15. On the Age and Related Issues of the 1988 M251 Bronze Group in Jinsheng Village, Taiyuan, "Archaeology and Cultural Relics", No. 1, 2016.

  16. The first large-scale active excavation of the Ruins of the Old City of Zoucheng in Shandong Province in 2015, China Cultural Relics, 8th edition, October 23, 2015.

  17. Two New Interpretationsof Oracle and Bronze inscriptions, "Archaeology and Cultural Relics", No. 2, 2014.

  18. A review of the Bronze Vessel Dingin the Xia, Shang and Zhou Dynasties, "The Prosperous Chinese - Ding Culture", Elephant Press, 2013.

  19. Thepreliminary researchonthe Western Zhou Cultural Boundary and Related Issues in the Upper Reaches of the Wei, Luo and Weihe Rivers, Archaeology and Cultural Relics, No. 3, 2013.

  20. Archaeology, Sharing with You, Southern Metropolis Daily, July 8, 2012.

  21. Get out of the archaeological siege - read the tombs in Liangdai Village, "China Cultural Relics" July 20, 2012, 4th edition.

  22. A New Perspective on the Study of Inscriptions in the Complex Family, Archaeology and Cultural Relics, No. 2, 2012.

  23. Impressions of the "Ji Di Journey" Academic Review,“Archaeology and Cultural Relics”, 2012, No. 1.

  24. A discussion onE Lai- Re-investigationof the Origin of the Qin People", Journal of Xianyang Normal University, 2011, Vol. 26, No. 5.

  25. Re-recognition of thedate of the moldsfrom southeast of Xiaomintun, Yinxu, Archaeology, No. 8, 2011.

  26. Analysis of the Cultural Attributes and Origins ofDa Kou Zunof the Jinhou Cemetery, "Young Archaeologists", No. 22, 2010.

  27. TheTombs with waist pitand the Origin of the Qin People in the Weihe River Basin during the Western Zhou Dynasty, Journal of Xianyang Normal University, Vol. 24, No. 5, 2009.

  28. M89of Zhangjiapo site can be dated back tothe Western Zhou Dynasty - on the Western Zhou Dynasty high collar bag full of feet”, "Wenbo" 2009 fourth period.

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