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那么偏远的地方修筑的小营堡,能控制多大地域?一旦被围困,没有余粮,打不着猎物,又不能在匈奴控制区放牧,又不肯投降,这些人怎么活?不豪迈都生存不下去。我怀疑岳飞就是汉朝某位僵尸转世,写的诗还带有前世记 ...
癯鹤 发表于 2018-6-18 13:01
考虑以上这些因素,受降城规模小,所处地理环境孤悬、气候严酷,肯定不是能长久驻守的的地方。
本帖最后由 lindberg 于 2018-6-18 17:21 编辑

还有一个东西原来没有注意到:

在《蒙古国南戈壁省西夏长城与汉受降城有关问题的再探讨》一文中,提到蒙古考古界对城址进行发掘时,没有找到有人长期居住的迹象。

作者在2009的发掘中也在城址内建立了测试探坑,得出了同样的结论,判断城墙可能是作为临时避难所或者保护水源所用。

这个不明白!!!
(自:http://www.ranhaer.org/viewthread.php?tid=38218&page=3#pid550792

所以受降城应该就是一种类似临时驿站或中途营地的灯塔式地标而已,行军打仗作为一个中途歇息点,打赢了在这里收集部队,整理战利品和俘虏,搭建个受降的彩台搞个仪式祭一下天地神明而已。这看起来就是“受降城”这名字字面就有的含义(受降就有处在战争状态的意思,而且受降这种行为具有临时性,战前、战中都不会有受降这个意思,和平时代招募来降者会用“怀戎”、“怀柔”这种名号,有安抚移民的意思,这跟作战投降意义还不一样)。假如是前线长久驻守的瓯脱性质的关塞城镇,名字也不会叫“受降城”,而是“镇虏”、“平胡”、“威戎”、“来远”、“宁安”、“善善”之类的了。
所以现在来看,那些非正常死亡的,应该就是临时战阵死亡的。受降城不是一个值得长期驻守的地方。就是在大军前来的情况下,那小城也只能是驻扎中军大营而已。大部分部队还是得在城外安营扎寨。城内被碎尸的,还有可能是被军法处死的奸细叛徒(不是犬决吧?)——这个不敢确定,不要形成成见,万一是战死的烈士也说不准呢。
http://blog.sina.com.cn/aganmu;安德(嗨,前一个无辜被封):
http://blog.sina.com.cn/kilarler
181# 癯鹤
这种城池可能只有城墙,城内城外都是扎营。
匈奴美女,穿丝绸,照汉镜,不知道镜子中是么样熔岩?说也奇怪,这个叶尼塞河河边的墓地是不是只葬女人呢?之前报道这里其他墓葬的信息也是女人墓。匈奴是亚马孙女战士的奴隶?(肤施服侍女子之手:奴——slave——斯拉夫,拉夫拉壮丁,拉郎配,我的邮箱里不知何故经常接到俄罗斯性感大龄剩女的邮件,给3X网址,可惜没钱没机会去取美眉,让我做胸奴,我也不甘心呐)。这也容易解释很多问题。如“浑——魂——婚”(幽都山戎——云州混夷——屈原山鬼),“邪马台——伊玛吐——塞伊玛——伊玛目——叶茂台——野马台”,“胡蛮——human——胡毋,巫马——woman——无码,萨满——萨米——萨摩耶德——撒马尔干——萨尔玛太,乃蛮——那乃——涅涅茨——诺曼——弄明”……


2,000 year old mummified ‘sleeping beauty’ dressed in silk emerges from Siberian reservoir
By The Siberian Times reporter
22 June 2018
Archeologists hail extraordinary find of suspected ‘Hun woman’ with a jet gemstone buckle on her beaded belt.

The ancient woman was buried wearing a silk skirt with a funeral meal. Picture: Marina Kilunovskaya

After a fall in the water level, the well-preserved mummy was found this week on the shore of a giant reservoir on the Yenisei River upstream of the vast Sayano-Shushenskaya dam, which powers the largest power plant in Russia and ninth biggest hydroelectric plant in the world.
The ancient woman was buried wearing a silk skirt with a funeral meal - and she took a pouch of pine nuts with her to the afterlife.
In her birch bark make-up box, she had a Chinese mirror.
Near her remains - accidentally mummified - was a Hun-style vase.




‘The lower part of the body was especially well preserved.' Pictures: Marina Kilunovskaya

A team of archeologists from St Petersburg’s Institute of History of Material Culture (Russian Academy of Sciences) working on the shoreline in Tyva Republic spotted a rectangle-shaped stone construction which looked like a burial.
'The mummy was in quite a good condition, with soft tissues, skin, clothing and belongings intact,’ said a scientist.
Natalya Solovieva, the institute's deputy director, said: 'On the mummy are what we believe to be silk clothes, a beaded belt with a jet buckle, apparently with a pattern.
Archeologist Dr Marina Kilunovskaya said: 'During excavations, the mummy of a young woman was found on the shore of the reservoir.
‘The lower part of the body was especially well preserved ...
‘This is not a classic mummy - in this case, the burial was tightly closed with a stone lid, enabling a process of natural mummification.’


‘This is not a classic mummy - in this case, the burial was tightly closed with a stone lid, enabling a process of natural mummification.’ Pictures: Channel 5

She was buried around 1,900 to 2,000 years ago, scientists believe ahead of exhaustive tests.
Astonishingly, the remains were preserved even though they have been underwater for periods since the dam became operational between 1978-85.
Dr Solovieva said: ‘Near the head was found a round wooden box covered with birch-bark in which lay a Chinese mirror in a felt case.’
Near the young woman were two vessels, one a Hun-type vase.


Sayano-Shushensk water reservoir. The shoreline of the reservoir when the water retreats.

‘There was a funeral meal in the vessels, and on her chest a pouch with pine nuts.'
Restoration experts have started working on the mummy.
Analysis of the find is expected to yield a wealth of information on her life and times.
Scientists received a grant from the Russian Geographical society to rescue the unique archeological finds in flooded areas.
http://blog.sina.com.cn/aganmu;安德(嗨,前一个无辜被封):
http://blog.sina.com.cn/kilarler
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