By TraNews Reporter Hsu, Chan-Chang
YILAN, TAIWAN (TraNews) – The “Kiwulan Site” is so far the largest archaeological site discovered in Yilan County, also one of the most significant archaeological sites related to the period of the old society. Since the Kiwulan Site was discovered in 2001, there has been preliminary results after several stages of rescue excavation, follow-up data compilation and analysis of the studies. Fields that has been covered in the related studies include archaeology, ethnicity, history, ceramics, geology, architecture, zoology, botany and other fields of study.
“Kiwulan Site Special Exhibition” is scheduled to launch at Lanyang Museum starting from today until June 12th, 2011. This special exhibition will focus on telling the story and history of the About 600 ~ 100 years ago, the Kiwulan site was originally populated by the Kavalan. In the Kavalan society, the women did most of the farm work while the men specialized in hunting and fishing. This special exhibition is divided into three sections, featuring illustrations, models, sketches and interactive displays. (Photo provided by Yilan County Government)