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This report is a follow-up to Siyong Liang’s theory on the inter-relations among unearthed archeological artifacts that resemble similar functions. The author at first only planned to write about tomb 1005, where 6 sets of human bones and 44 artifacts of 17 sorts were excavated. Kao Chu-hsun once wrote a remarkable research paper on one of these artifacts in the 1960’s; however, all the others remained under-discussed. This report provides a thorough study of the human bones and the artifacts, as well as their inter-relations.