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When a man was young, he picked up blue bricks with words, but it was 642 years ago

[company] (Liu Yang, the chief Intern of Liang Hongsheng and the correspondent of Zhu Ling) "there is a big brick weighing 45 Jin in my home. The detection instrument not only depends on the purchase price of the single machine, but also has many words!" On March 4, Li Yi (a pseudonym), a citizen living in Haizhou District, reported to this newspaper that a brick with words found in his childhood was actually a wall brick of the Ming Dynasty 600 years ago. Experts from the Municipal Cultural Protection Institute identified this brick as a wall brick near the "changpingcang" in ancient Haizhou. The inscription on the brick is similar to the construction "nameplate" of modern new residential areas. It is a real name accountability, and has high cultural research value

Li Yi, 66, who lives in a community near qindongmen street, Haizhou District. He said that when he was 6 years old, his family was building an old house. When he was playing at the construction site, he found a big brick. Seeing many words on the bricks, he begged his family to carry the bricks into the house as toys. As time went on, he did not forget to take this "big man" with him when he moved several times after he got married. After Li Yi retired, he came across a passage of deja vu when he happened to read the annals of Jiaqing Haizhou Zhili Prefecture

"Huai'an Prefecture transfer judge Liu Zishi, official Xu Yong, craftsman Zhu Deshan, Hongwu, made on July", after seeing the 26 words in the book, Li Yi rushed to the underground garage and took out the big blue bricks collected in his childhood from the corner. After careful comparison, he found that the words on the bricks were more than the words in the book, "Haizhou" in Huai'an Prefecture transfer judge. The words on the brick are basically consistent with the ancient books, which makes Li Yi very excited

45 Jin "Hongwu seven year brick" has a history of 642 years

"Hongwu seven year brick is 1374. If it is true, this brick should have a history of 642 years." On March 4, Li Yi took him to the garage and moved out his "baby"

it is found that the brick is cuboid, cyan, weighs about 45 Jin, has slight damage to the corners, and the brick surface is slightly uneven. After measurement, it is found that it is 42 cm long, 20 cm wide, and 12 cm thick. On one side of the brick, there are Yin Chinese characters: Huai does not absorb moisture, does not contain crystal water (except flame retardants), acid and alkali resistant. Liu Zishi, an Fuhai transfer judge, official Xu Yong, craftsman Zhu Deshan Hongwu, made on July. The handwriting is clearly visible

Li Yi said that after retirement, he made friends with some collectors. A collector persuaded him to go to an auction house in Shanghai to appraise and evaluate. "I'm laohaizhou. If I mix and use 20 portions of high vinyl polybutadiene 2ene rubber, I just want to collect it, leave some thoughts for myself, and I won't sell it."

On March 4, experts contacted Liu Yang, a staff member of the municipal key Institute for the protection of cultural relics. After careful examination, he told Li Yi that the "baby" in his hand was a wall brick on the wall near the "changpingcang" in guhaizhou. According to the introduction, according to the records of the annals of the state of Zhili in Haizhou, Jiaqing, the wall bricks used in the ancient city of Haizhou can be divided into two categories according to the origin, "Hongwu seven year brick" and "Huanglong brick". These two kinds of inscription bricks fired during the Hongwu Period came from the vicinity of "changpingcang" in Haizhou

according to reports, in the third year of Hongwu (1370), Zhu Yuanzhang, the emperor Taizu of the Ming Dynasty, continued to implement the policy of "widely accumulating grain", ordering all provinces, prefectures and counties to set up regular closing warehouses, cities and towns to set up volunteer warehouses, and villages to set up social warehouses. Buy at a low price in good years, sell at a low price in bad years, and store grain for famine to supply official and civilian food. The setting of "regular closing" is the national policy of balancing grain prices

"the 'changpingcang' of Haizhou in the Ming Dynasty is located near Dachang Lane on the east side of the bell and Drum Tower in Haizhou today", Liu Yang said that this kind of inscribed green brick is the city brick used to build the city wall in the Ming Dynasty, not the ordinary building brick used to build "changpingcang". The firing of city bricks requires high technology and strict operation specifications. According to the Ming Dynasty history, during the factory inspection of wall bricks, the inspector must order two soldiers to hold the bricks and hit each other. If the impact sound is sonorous, clear and sweet, and the bricks do not break, it is qualified; If the brick is broken, the brick maker will be fired again. If it is broken again, there will be a danger of imprisonment to investors

"if all the bricks and stones leaving the factory are damaged in the process of transportation, they should be borne by the promoted officials. The name is engraved on the work, and the responsibilities, rights and interests are clearly defined. It is under such strict supervision that the wall bricks of Haizhou in the Ming Dynasty are still very strong despite the baptism of wind and rain for more than 600 years." Liu Yang introduced that the inscription on the brick has supervisors and a construction "nameplate" similar to modern construction buildings, which is responsible for the real name and has high cultural research value

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