발굴성과 개요는 앞 기사를 참조토록 하고, 나아가 상세한 소식은 추후 기회를 별도로 마련키로 하거니와 우선은 화보를 통한 발굴 면모들을 본다. 관련 사진은 모조로 김해시 제공임을 밝힌다.
덧붙여 이번 제10차 발굴성과를 정리한 자문위 자료도 첨부한다.
10차 발굴성과 자문위 자료(대성동박물관)
Deaseong-dong Tumuli, Gimhae
사적 제341호 김해 대성동 고분군 金海大成洞古墳群
It is located on a hilly area extending from east to west between Gimhae Construction Technical High School and Gimhae Public Stadium. The hill was a suitable location for an old tomb because it has length of about 300m, height of 20m, and gentle incline. The inclined area is currently cultivated, with the exception of a portion of the top of the hill. As a result of excavation and investigation by the museum of Gyeongseong University, many styles of tombs from the Gaya Era were found, including a pit tomb, a wooden chamber tomb, a stone chamber tomb with tunnel entrances, etc. A dolmen tomb of the ruling group from the 1st to the 5th century was also found. Old tombs from the 1st to 3rd century are clustered together within the field around the hill, and those from the 4th to 5th century, within the field around the hill. In this area, tombs from the Guya country from the Three Han Period to the Geumgwan Gaya Dynasty have been found. The wooden coffin tomb is a coffin made of assembled wooden boards, influenced by the Nangnang culture. The transition period during which a log coffin was used until the period when a wooden board coffin was adopted suggests that the time period was close to the 1st century. With ruins such as earthenware, ironware, trees, Chinese mirror, etc., excavated, these ruins carry important value showing the style of Korea’s ancient tombs and the structural changes of the wooden coffin tomb. It is also known as important material suggesting that cultural exchange took place among Korea, China, and Japan through Chinese mirrors and earthenware.