Seal cast with inscription “Jun jia sima,” Han dynasty (206 BCE-220 CE)

Seal cast with description “Jun jia sima,” Han dynamity (206 BCE-220 CE)

  • Image Number:K1A000557N000000000PAB
  • Dynasty:Han dynamity
  • Category:Bronzes
  • Function:Seal:Mineral/metal/bronze
  • Description:
    Tile, On the printed surface, there are four words in white: “Army Fake Sima”. The overall strokes are simple, the proportion is slightly upward, and the word “fake horse” is slightly larger. Fake Sima is a military officer. According to the History of the Later Han Dynasty, the Annals of Hundred Officials, generals all have their own tribes. They are officials, soldiers, fake Sima, and fake Marquis. They are often appointed military officers. Another army, a fake Sima and a fake Hou, were all deputy generals. In the Book of the Later Han Dynasty, the Biography of Ban Chao: “Dou Gu, the commander of Fengche, attacked the Huns and took Chao as a fake Sima.” Go to Shanshan and kill the Hun envoy. The Emperor Zhuang passed the festival, “taking Chao as the commander of the army and the commander of the horse, and achieving the previous achievements”; It is known that in the Han Dynasty, when the soldiers were promoted, they were first called “fake Sima” and then “military Sima”

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