Ang’angxi Ancient Cultural Relics
Ang’angxi Relics is a cultural relic of the Neolithic Age, discovered and excavated early, of high historical science value, with a history of 7500 years, consisting of 39 relics and relics points. In 1930, Liang Siyong, a well-known archaeologist conducted scientific excavation here for the first time and published an article called "Prehistorical Site in Ang'angxi". In archaeology, the relics excavated by Mr. Liang Siyong in Ang'angxi and represented by tombs is called the "Ang'angxi Culture", which is widely distributed in the Basin of the Nenjiang River, important evidence for the study on China's prehistorical culture, recorded in the General History of China, General History of the World and Dictionary of Chinese Scenic Spots.
Ang’angxi Relics represented by Tengjiagang Site and Wufu Site has an important position in the history of Archaeology in North China, archaeological cornerstone and benchmarking in the fishing and hunting culture on the prairie in North China, known as the "Cradle of Northern Fishing and Hunting Civilization". In Ang’angxi Cultural Relics of the Neolithic Age, the unearthed relics are dominated by small pressure cut stone artifacts and such cultural type is widely distributed along the middle and lower reaches of Nenjiang River on Songnen Plain. These sites are well-known spots characterized by traditional microlith process commonly seen on the prairie in North China, and the representatives of Ang'angxi culture, prairie culture and fishing & hunting culture. Such famous historians as Guo Moruo, Fan Wenlan and Lv Zhenyu highly commented this. After liberation, the governments at various levels organized scientific and rescue excavations on the relics, obtained abundant archaeological achievements of cultural relics, and it was praised as the “Banpo Clan Village of North”. Ang’angxi Relics was named as the National Key Protection Unit by the State Council in 1988, and was listed into the “Eighty-Five” Protection Planning by the State Administration of Cultural Heritage.