Gui food container of Chen Hou Wu, mid Warring States period (371 BCE)
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, The ears of two dragon shaped beasts stretch out, slightly larger in proportion, with double ring patterns and round vortex patterns, and the abdomen, ring feet and square seats are decorated with wavy patterns. There is an inscription with eight lines and thirty-six characters in the abdomen, which records that Duke Huan of Tian Qi (Chen Houwu) made this sacrificial device for his late mother, Princess Xiao, in the fourteenth year of his reign. The inscription records the important historical materials of Tian Wu, the son of Duke Tai of Qi and Duke Huan. The tool was made in 371 BC, which can supplement the shortage of literature
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