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Title: La mine d'alunite de Wenzhou : mémoires et stratégies de valorisation
Authors: Benkai, He
Advisors: Barata, Filipe Themudo
Issue Date: Aug-2009
Publisher: Universidade de Évora
Abstract: lNTRODUCTION; This part is the general introduction of this thesis. The research subject, alunite mine of Wenzhou, has a history of more than 600 years. Not only in the history, has it still played an important role in the people's daily life of Fanshan Town. According to the legend, it was Qin Fu, a refugee, found the way of produce the alum totally by accident. However, we try to find out the real history of its mining and production of alum. ln fact, we have found some ancient documents concerning its history. Especially in the book « The chronicles of Wenzhou Fu of Hongzhi », we found some original information, such as the ancient method of mining and producing alum, etc. ln some other ancient documents, we found some important information, too. With such a long history, the alunite mine has held a lot of heritage, no matter tangible or intangible. Unfortunately, due to some reasons, the condition of the mine becomes worse and worse. ln studying his history, technology and the present situation, we intend to find some ways to solve the problems, and restart its development in other fields. Certainly, we should make a brief introduction of the alunite as well as the alum. The second part of the introduction concentrates in the uses of alum, providing an easier comprehension of this object.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10174/18706
Type: masterThesis
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