Chinese ritual bronzes - 【Chinese Civilization HQ】 Chinese Bronze Artifacts Exhibited in Canada
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Xiqing Gujian
The Xiqing Gujian (simplified Chinese: 西清古鉴; traditional Chinese: 西清古鑑; pinyin: Xīqīng Gǔjiàn; Wade–Giles: Hsi ch'ing ku chien) is a 40-volume catalogue of Chinese ritual bronzes in th...
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Hu (vessel)
hu (Chinese: 壺; pinyin: hú) is a type of wine vessel that has a pear-shaped cross-section. Its body swells and flares into a narrow neck, creating S-shaped profile. While it is similar to you vessel, ...
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Chinese ritual bronzes
Sets of ritual bronzes are the most impressive surviving objects from the Chinese Bronze Age. From around 1650 BCE they were deposited as grave goods in the tombs of royalty and the nobility, and wer...
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He zun
The He zun (何尊) is an ancient Chinese ritual bronze vessel of the zun shape. It is more than 2,700 years old from the era of Western Zhou, and famous as the oldest artifact with the written character...
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Taotie
The Taotie (Chinese: 饕餮; pinyin: tāotiè; sometimes translated as a gluttonous ogre mask) is a motif commonly found on Chinese ritual bronze vessels from the Shang and Zhou dynasty. The design ...
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Shi Qiang pan
The Shi Qiang pan (史墻盤; "Basin of Scribe Qiang"), sometimes called the Qiang pan (墻盤), is an ancient Chinese bronze pan vessel (basin). Dated to the end of the 900s BCE, it is inscribed with a text th...
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Bianzhong of Marquis Yi of Zeng
The Bianzhong of Marquis Yi of Zeng (simplified Chinese: 曾侯乙编钟; traditional Chinese: 曾侯乙編鐘; pinyin: Zēnghóuyǐ Biānzhōng), or Zenghouyi Bells, were bianzhong unearthed in 1978 in the Zeng-h...
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You (vessel)
A you (Chinese: 卣; pinyin: yǒu) is a lidded vessel that was used for liquid offerings by the Chinese of the Zhou and Shang Dynasties. It sometimes lacks taotie in favor of smoother surfaces. ...
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Tomb of Marquis Yi of Zeng
The Tomb of Marquis Yi of Zeng (Chinese: 曾侯乙; pinyin: Zēng Hóu Yǐ) is an important archaeological site in Suizhou, Hubei, China, dated sometime after 433 BC. The tomb contained the remains of ...
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Yi (vessel)
A yi (Chinese: 匜; pinyin: yí) is a shape used in ancient Chinese ritual bronzes. It has the shape of half a gourd with a handle (often in the shape of a dragon) and usually supported by four l...
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Nine Tripod Cauldrons
The Nine Tripod Cauldrons (Chinese: 九鼎, Jǐu Dǐng) were ancient Chinese ritual cauldrons. They were ascribed to the foundation of the Xia (c. 2200 BCE) by Yu the Great, using tribute ...
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Ding (vessel)
Ding (Chinese: 鼎, dǐng), formerly romanized as ting, were prehistoric and ancient Chinese cauldrons, standing upon legs with a lid and two facing handles. There are one of the most important shap...
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Jue (vessel)
A jue (Chinese: 爵; pinyin: jué) is a shape of Chinese ritual bronze, a tripod vessel or goblet used to serve or warm wine. It was used for ceremonial purposes by the Chinese of the Xia, Shang,...
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Gu (vessel)
A gu (Chinese: 觚; pinyin: gū) is type of ancient Chinese ritual bronze vessel from the Shang and Zhou dynasties. It was used to drink wine or to offer ritual libations.A gu is tall and slender, with a...
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Gui (vessel)
A gui (Chinese: 簋; pinyin: guǐ) is a type of bowl-shaped ancient Chinese ritual bronze vessel used to hold offerings of food, probably mainly grain, for ancestral tombs. As with other shapes...
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Gong (vessel)
A guang (Chinese: 觥; pinyin: gōng; Wade–Giles: kung1) is a particular shape used in Chinese art for vessels, originally made as Chinese ritual bronzes in the Shang dynasty, and sometimes l...
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Guang (vessel)
A guang (Chinese: 觥; pinyin: gōng; Wade–Giles: kung1) is a particular shape used in Chinese art for vessels, originally made as Chinese ritual bronzes in the Shang dynasty, and sometimes l...
Guang (vessel) - Wikipedia
Zun
The zun (Chinese: 尊; pinyin: zūn) or yi (Chinese: 彝; pinyin: yí, used until Northern Song) is a type of ancient Chinese bronze or ceramic wine vessel with a round or square vase-like f...
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Dui (vessel)
Dui or Tui (Chinese: 敦; pinyin: duì) is a type of Chinese ritual bronze vessel used in the late Zhou dynasty and the Warring States period of ancient China. It was a food container used as a r...
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TLV mirror
A TLV mirror is a type of bronze mirror that was popular during the Han Dynasty in China. They are called TLV mirrors because symbols resembling the letters T, L, and V are engraved into them. They we...
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Bianzhong
Bianzhong (pronounced [pi̯ɛ́n t͡ʂʊ́ŋ]) is an ancient Chinese musical instrument consisting of a set of bronze bells, played melodically. These sets of chime bells were used as polyphonic musical inst...
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Jia (vessel)
The Jia (Chinese: 斝; pinyin: jiǎ; Wade–Giles: chia) is a ritual vessel type found in both pottery and bronze forms; it was used to hold libations of wine for the veneration of ancestors. I...
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Houmuwu ding
The Houmuwu ding (Chinese: 后母戊鼎; pinyin: Hòumǔwù dǐng), formerly called Simuwu ding (Chinese: 司母戊鼎; pinyin: Sīmǔwù dǐng), is a rectangular bronze ding (sacrificial vessel, one of the c...
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Tomb of Fu Hao
The Tomb of Fu Hao (simplified Chinese: 妇好墓; traditional Chinese: 婦好墓; pinyin: Fù Hǎo Mù) is an archaeological site at Yinxu, the ruins of the ancient Shang dynasty capital Yin, within the...
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