Embedded hu jar, late Spring and Autumn period, 570-476 BCE
- Image Number:K1A001836N000000000PAB
- Dynamy:Spring and Autumn period
- Function:Ritual vessel, water vessel, wine vessel
- Description:, Repair marks can be seen at the neck, abdomen and bottom of the instrument, and the ring foot should be added later. There is a convex chord at the largest diameter of the abdominal wall, and the neck and the upper and lower sides of the convex chord are each surrounded by a geometric pattern composed of cloud and thunder patterns. This device is recorded in Page 10, Page 19, Volume of the Ancient Classic of Western Qing Dynasty. It is painted with the title ring shop head, which is now lost. This round pot is popular in the Spring and Autumn Period, and its neck shape is similar to that of the bronze pot (G1: A5) unearthed from the tomb of Huang Junmeng couple in Henan. The inscription is on the outer wall of the belly
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