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Two-handled bronze gefuding gui

A two-handled bronze gefuding gui, Late Shang, Shanghai Museum

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Ding (cooking vessel)

A ding, Late Shang Dynasty, Shanghai Museum

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bronze battle axe

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Bronze wine Ding

Houmuwu Ding, also known as Simuwu Ding (wine vessel) is the heaviest piece of bronze work found in China so far. It was made in the late Shang Dynasty at Anyang. National Museum of China.(wiki)

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Bronze Yi (vessel)

A Yi is an ancient ritual bronze vessel from China. It is believed that it was used to hold water for washing the hands before rituals like sacrifices. This Yi has the shape of half a gourd with a handle in the shape of a dragon, and an oval base. It is supported by four legs decorated with taotie (animal mask designs). The bottom shows 22 chinese characters written in 4 lines, stating that \\'the Marquis of Qi cast this Yi for his wife Mengji Liangnii, the princess of the State of Guo\\'. (wiki). Shanghai Museum.

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Qizhong Hu bronze vessel

Qizhong Hu, King Gong Reign, Western Zhou, Shanghai Museum

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Archer\'s head

By Charlie - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=39195412

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Terracotta Army detail

By Foto: Tor Svensson on sv.wikipedia - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=1328694

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Decorative banner

This silk banner was found draped over the coffin in the grave of Lady Dai (c. 168 BC) at Mawangdui near Changsha in Hunan province, China. The scenes depicted on it seem to illustrate the journey of the woman\'s soul. The top section shows the heavenly realm, complete with dragons, leopards, and hybrid creatures. At the corners are the crow that symbolizes the sun and the toad that symbolizes the moon, the pairing of the sun and moon representing the cosmic forces of yin and yang.(wiki)

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Green glazed dog

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Fomm Eastern Han

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