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Cultural relics of ancient Chu Kingdom displayed
From:People's Daily  Writer:  Date:2014-03-03
Recently, a batch of cultural relics of the Chu Kingdom (1030 BC–223 BC, an ancient Chinese state in the Yangtze valley) were displayed at the museum of Yichang, central China's Hubei province. The exhibits include bronze wares, bronze chariots and horses, weapons, lacquer wares, pottery vessels. Among those cultural relics, the most precious ones are the Emperor Qin's Beiming Bell and the earliest Chu chime bell—Wanfunao Chime Bell.


Emperor Qin's Beiming Bell


Lacquer ware

Polished black clay pot
 
Bronze sword inlaid with turquoise


 
 

 
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