Lecture02ShangChinaCompr.Zhu

Lecture02ShangChinaCompr.Zhu - Max Loehr Style IV and V...

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The Arts of China: The Three Dynasties: Xia (c. 2000-1650 B.C.) Shang (c. 1650-1050 B.C.) Zhou (c. 1050-256 B.C.) Western Zhou (c. 1050-771 B.C.) Eastern Zhou (771-256 B.C.) Spring and Autumn Period (770-476 B.C.) Warring States Period (475-221 B.C.)
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Jue, Ritual Wine Vessel, (Fig. 2.1) Bronze, H: 25.6 cm, Excavated from Erlitou, Yanshi, Henan, Early Shang Dynasty or Xia?
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The Three Dynasties: Shang (c. 1650-1050 B.C.)
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Max Loehr’s Five Styles of Shang Bronzes (Images and Texts)
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Max Loehr’s Five Styles of Shang Bronzes (Images) Style I Style II Style III Style IV Style V
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Square Ding, Ritual Food Vessel, (Fig. 2.2) Bronze, H: 100 cm, Excavated from Zhengzhou, Henan, Early Shang Period, Currently in Henan Provincial Museum at Zhengzhou
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Li he, Ritual Wine Vessel, (Fig. 2.18) Bronze, H: 22.9 cm, Zhengzhou Phase, Early Shang Period, Currently in the Asian Art Museum at San Francisco
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Anyang (Late Capital of the Shang), Henan
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Unformatted text preview: Max Loehr Style IV and V Ding, Ritual Food Vessel, Bronze, Anyang Phase, Late Shang Period, Tomb of Fu Hao (Tomb No. 5), Consort of the 4 th Anyang King, Wu Ding, Excavated in 1976 at Wuguancun, Anyang, Henan, Late Shang Period Square Ding, Ritual Food Vessel, Inscribed Fu hao, (2.19) Bronze, H: 42.4 cm, L: 33.3 cm, W: 25.1 cm, Tomb of Fu Hao (Tomb No. 5), Consort of the 4 th Anyang King, Wu Ding, Excavated in 1976 at Wuguancun, Anyang, Henan, Late Shang Period Jade Figurine, (Fig. 2.30) H: 46.9 cm, Tomb of Fu Hao (Tomb No. 5), Consort of the 4 th Anyang King, Wu Ding, Excavated in 1976 at Wuguancun, Anyang, Henan, Late Shang Period Sanxingdui, Guanghan, Sichuan , Late Shang Period Figure Standing on Pedestal, Bronze, H: 260.8 cm, H: 172 cm, (Fig 2.6)): Excavated from Sanxingdui Pit 2, Guanghan, Sichuan, C. 12th Century B.C., Late Shang Period...
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Lecture02ShangChinaCompr.Zhu - Max Loehr Style IV and V...

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