Seal cast with inscription “Junsima yin,” Han dynasty (206 BCE-220 CE)

Seal cast with insertion “Junsima yin,” Han dynamity (206 BCE-220 CE)

  • Image Number:K1A000537N000000000PAB
  • Dynasty:Han dynamity
  • Category:Bronzes
  • Function:Seal:Mineral/metal/bronze
  • Description:, boundless. The seal method of this seal is the same as that of the old copper 530. The upper right part is worn and the carving is deeper than others. The characteristic of boundless white prose rose in the Han Dynasty, and buttons were used for tying ropes easily. In the Han Dynasty, the seals of officials at all levels were made, with gold being the highest, followed by silver and copper. Sima is the name of a military officer. The Book of the Han Dynasty, the Table of Hundred Officials and Public Secretaries, recorded that Dasima was first established in the fourth year of the Yuan Dynasty (122 BC). In the Book of the Later Han Dynasty, the Annals of Hundred Officials: “There are five senior generals in their barracks, one commander in each of which is worth two thousand stones, and one commander in charge of the army is worth one thousand stones.” The position of the military commander was higher than that of the military marquis Qu, and was lower than that of the military general Qu. In history, there are many records of “Jun Sima Seal”, either for official use or for sealing on calligraphy and painting

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