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Study Guide I.Neolithic Pottery: JapanJōmon(“cord markings”) dogū “earthen figurine” and For fertility. Clay.“flamboyant” potteryNot used for daily use.Yayoi storehouse-granary architecture, bronze mirror (think about their importance in relation to shintōand the Imperial family).Ritual Bronzes: ChinaShang Bronze vessel: wine container fangyiand owl-shape wine container from the Tomb of Fu Hao (piece-mold technique, tao-tiemotif).Western Zhou: wine container fangyi(the legacy of Shang bronzes, long inscriptions, stylistic change) and bronze bells from the Tomb of Marquis Yi of Zeng.Art in the Tomb: China Qin Dynasty: the terracotta army from the tomb of Qin Shi Huang Di (the issue of creativity and the search of immortality)We can see the idea of immortality that people in this period had.Han Dynasty: The Funerary Banner from the tomb of the Marquise of Dai; boshanlu(incense burner) from the tomb of Prince Liu Sheng (What do these objects tell us about the notion of

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