Maritime silk road north Korea historical data of Shandong maritime and ships
451 , 2016-03-31 , 関西大学大学院東アジア文化研究科
Korea's Yi "Preparation Biansiyulu" is an important history of the Maritime Silk Road Foreign Chinese literature, recorded 40 Chinese sailing ship encountered a storm drifted to the historical peninsula, where 11 of the Qing Dynasty in Shandong maritime trade ship and other historical materials not found in the domestic record. This article intends to ship 11 crew Shandong Qing Dynasty architecture, trade goods, a single ship capital, passenger shipping, merchant shipping, ship rig, etc. Analysis, which found that most of the ship's owner, Shandong living in the land，not the sea with boat trade. Ship crew of 40-50 people in the ship accounted for 50% of small and medium sized boats less than 20 accounted for 50% of goods exports to the South have oak cocoon, food (soybeans, corn, sorghum), herbs, tobacco, salted fish, pigs and other goods shipped back to cotton, cotton, tung oil. Single ship carring money: coins 14-1270 hanging between two silver 100-14000. Passenger shipping 100-1600 Wen coins, copper coins hanging Guchuan 134 freight. Overseas historical data cited herein are the domestic first published.