China before 1200

China before 1200 - China before 1280 Monday, March 14,...

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Lecture Topic: Bronze, Shang Dynasty, 1100 BCE Mold forming and baked it, equivalent to the lost wax method, broke the vessel to remove the bronze inside Advanced casting techniques Powers of writing and mystical oracle bones Many animals on the guang, mystic animal style Chou dynasty - Confucius and Lao Tzu 7.3 A Guang Terracotta Qin Dynasty, 210 BCE Filled with treasure, a vast underground funerary palace, emperor's bodyguard in the afterlife Many other sites of terracotta armies Many kilns, sculptors and painters, copied models but varied in different positions, garment folds, equipments, some faces even differ Uniformity and individuality 7.6 Emperor's Army Han Dynasty, Confucianism 147-158 CE Private, nonacristocratic families as patrons of religious and mythological art with political overtones Rubbing - impression made by placing paper over surface and rubbing with pencil or crayon, some have carved inscriptions Confucian ideals, dedicated to deceased male
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This note was uploaded on 03/16/2011 for the course ARH 101 taught by Professor Leslie during the Spring '11 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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