Gui food container classified to Father Gui, early Western Zhou period
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waste mouth, folding edge, Straight wall and deep abdomen, head half ring ears, ring feet outward, shallow platform near the bottom. The mouth edge and the feet are decorated with Kui dragon patterns, and the belly is decorated with rhombic latticework patterns. A square hole is arranged at the branch channel on the ring foot. The shape and ornamentation are similar to the early bronze Gui (M2:23) unearthed in Pudu Village, Doumen Town, Chang’an, Shaanxi Province. The inscription is on the inner bottom. Most of the bronze wares with the inscription of “□” family name belong to the late Shang Dynasty and early Zhou Dynasty. A large number of them were unearthed in Jingjie Shang Tomb in Lingshi, Shanxi Province
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