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1. Dragon-crowned Phoenix P'ei
(Matching tags: jades,Shang dynasty,National Palace Museum)
With hook, beak, and curled tail, the head of this phoenix bears a k'uei-dragon as a crown. ......
2. Ya-ch'in Fu-i Tsun
(Matching tags: vessel,Shang dynasty,bronzes,National Palace Museum)
The compound clan symbol "Ya-ch'in" is an insignia found on both bronze tsun vessels and seals.  ......
3. Ya-ch'ou Square Kuei
(Matching tags: vessel,Shang dynasty,bronzes,National Palace Museum)
Many bronzes cast by the Ya-ch’ou clan have been unearthed around Su-pu-tun Village in I-tu, Shantung province, and scholars believe that  ......
4. Animal-mask Yüeh with Turquoise Inlay
(Matching tags: Shang dynasty,bronzes,National Palace Museum)
The interior of this yüeh is exquisitely inlaid with turquoise, representing the nobility of its original owner. ......
5. Ya-ch'ou Square Tsun
(Matching tags: vessel,Shang dynasty,bronzes,National Palace Museum)
Cast "Ya-ch'ou" vessels have often been excavated from Su-pu-tun in I-tu, Shantung, so scholars believe that "Ya-ch'ou" represents the "Po-ku"  ......
6. "Fu I" Chih Wine Vessel with Cicada Pattern
(Matching tags: vessel,rare books,Shang dynasty)
Zhi is a wine goblet. This zhi (蟬紋父乙觶) was made in the Shang dynasty and inscribed with two characters. ......  ...
7. Swallow-shaped jade pendant
(Matching tags: Shang dynasty,jade)
Carved from sapphire and white jade, this artifact shows some cinnabar permeation spots. The artifact is carved as a flying swallow; its eyes protrude a little. On the front side of the artifact there ...
8. Pipe-shaped Yellow Jade Trinket
(Matching tags: Shang dynasty,jade)
This Zong is shaped like a tube; its form resembles a Chuan, or bracelet, but is taller. It originates from the shape of chimney and derives from the ancient sacrifice to Jung Liou, or the house. Later, ...
9. Zu-xin Jue
(Matching tags: wine,vessel,Shang dynasty,bronzes)
The zuxin wine pitcher is a artefact of the late Shang Dynasty, unearthed in Luoyang, Henan. The shape of its mouth is very peculiar. There is a long channel at the front called liu, a conduit for letting ...
10. Ding for offering sacrifices
(Matching tags: Spring and Autumn Period,Zhou dynasty,Shang dynasty,tripod,bronzes)
The tripod is the most important bronze ritual implement in the Shang and Zhou dynasties. It was used in the higher level ritual ceremonies and banquets, and was a cooking implement. This “Lao tripod” ...
11. Zhi(觶)
(Matching tags: vessel,Chou dynasty,Shang dynasty,bronzes)
The chih was a bronze drinking vessel of the Shang and Chou dynasties.This example has the classic Shang tao-tie (a mythical creature)decorative pattern in relief on the belly of the vessel....  ...
12. Hu with hunting motive pattern filled-in lacquer
(Matching tags: jug,Shang dynasty)
After this type of jug appeared in the middle of Shang Dynasty, it served as the primary implement for wine until the Qin-Han period. Many highly creative designs that reflected human activity, such as ...
13. Ding with Tao-tie pattern
(Matching tags: Shang dynasty,tripod,bronzes)
The bronze tripod developed from the pottery tripod of the Neolithic Age. This tripod with the Taotie design is an implement from the late Shang Dynasty. The mouth of the implement opens outward, the edge ...
14. Ya-ch'ou Square Kuei
(Matching tags: Shang dynasty,bronzes,National Palace Museum)
Many bronzes cast by the Ya-chou clan have been unearthed around Su-pu-tun Village in I-tu, Shantung province, and scholars believe that they were the Pao-ku family found in the ancient text, ...
15. Tortoise plastron with divination inscription (Part3 147, R044327)
(Matching tags: turtle shell,Shang dynasty,Wu Ding,oracle bone,divination)
Obtained in the Institute of History and Philologys 13th excavation in 1936, it is an oracle bone belonging to the first period of the age of Wu Ding. It has been somewhat damaged. The divination inscription ...
16. Inscribed bovine talus (anklebone) (Part2 8688, R044854)
(Matching tags: Shang dynasty,oracle bone,divination)
... The contents record the Shang kings sacrificial offering to Da Yi.  ...
17. Tortoise plastron with oracular inscription (Part2 6664, Part3 207, R044358)
(Matching tags: turtle shell,Shang dynasty,Wu Ding,oracle bone,divination)
Obtained in the Institute of History and Philologys 13th excavation in 1936, it is an oracle bone belonging to the first period of the time of Wu Ding. Only the upper half part of this tortoise plastron ...
18. Tortoise shell with oracular inscription (Part2 5241, R044772)
(Matching tags: turtle shell,Shang dynasty,oracle bone,divination)
Obtained in the Institute of History and Philologys 13th excavation in 1936, this is an oracle bone dug out from pit YH127, belonging to the first period. This is a unique shell in terms of its modified ...
19. Tortoise shell with vermillion text (Part3 65, 66, R041291)
(Matching tags: turtle shell,Shang dynasty,Wu Ding,oracle bone,divination)
Obtained in the Institute of History and Philologys 13th excavation, it is an oracle bone belonging to the first period of the age of Wu Ding. Most tortoise shells used for divination were cut from the ...
20. Colored-in divination tortoise plastron (Part3 1, R043986)
(Matching tags: turtle shell,Shang dynasty,Wu Ding,oracle bone,divination)
Obtained in the Institute of History and Philologys 13th excavation, it is one of the oracle bones excavated from the well-known pit YH127. It belongs to a late period of the age of Wu Ding. ...
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