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China Tang Dynasty Horse

China Tang Dynasty Horse

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Horse and carriage, Eastern Han Dynasty Sichuan Province China 1st-2nd century CE Gray earthenware with traces of pigment

Horse and carriage, Eastern Han Dynasty Sichuan Province China 1st-2nd century CE Gray earthenware with traces of pigment

Closeup of Bixie (Chimera) attributed to Chu culture Western Han Dynasty 2nd - 1st century BCE Hunan or Hubei Province China Cast iron with silver inla

Closeup of Bixie (Chimera) attributed to Chu culture Western Han Dynasty 2nd - 1st century BCE Hunan or Hubei Province China Cast iron with silver inla

Ritual wine vessel 1300 to 1050 BCE China Shang dynasty  商代

Ritual wine vessel 1300 to 1050 BCE China Shang dynasty 商代

Altar Vessel Bronze Qing Dynasty China Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art 3

Altar Vessel Bronze Qing Dynasty China Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art 3

Shang bronze ritual wine vessel    This bronze vessel is cast in the shape of two birds, placed back to back, the two point on the lid representing their beaks. The wings are shown on the main part of the vessel's body and each bird has two legs.  Shang dynasty, 13th-11th century BC, probably from the Henan province, China.

Shang bronze ritual wine vessel This bronze vessel is cast in the shape of two birds, placed back to back, the two point on the lid representing their beaks. The wings are shown on the main part of the vessel's body and each bird has two legs. Shang dynasty, 13th-11th century BC, probably from the Henan province, China.

Ritual Bronze Bell Eastern Zhou dynasty 550 BCE China by mharrsch, via Flickr

Ritual Bronze Bell Eastern Zhou dynasty 550 BCE China by mharrsch, via Flickr

Ritual Wine Container in the Shape of a Buffalo (Xizun; detail), early 5th century B.C. Eastern Zhou dynasty, Spring and Autumn period (770–476 B.C.). Bronze. Lent by the Shanghai Museum

Ritual Wine Container in the Shape of a Buffalo (Xizun; detail), early 5th century B.C. Eastern Zhou dynasty, Spring and Autumn period (770–476 B.C.). Bronze. Lent by the Shanghai Museum

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