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Interpretation of the inscriptions on masonry iron ingots in Datang,Zhouqiao, Hongze Lake in the Qing Dynasty

ZHANG Min;Jiangsu Hongze Lake Water Conservancy Project Management Office;  
The masonry wall of Datang bridge around Hongze Lake levee was built in the 12th year of Daoguang of the Qing Dynasty(1832). In 2021, during the protective maintenance of the masonry wall, the cultural relics department found more than 20 kinds of iron ingots with different inscriptions in three sections of inclined masonry,covering gates, dams, river officials, institutions and sections. Through the interpretation of the inscription, it reflects the river work responsibility system in the Qing Dynasty, reflects the river work spirit of the ancient working people's unity and water control, and is of great significance to inherit the water cultural heritage.
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