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jian 鑑
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Note :
Chinese bronze ritual vessel of the Eastern Zhou used for holding water. Has a low, rounded, cauldron shape and no legs.
Terms :
Facet/Hierarchy Code: V.TQ
Hierarchical Position:

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....Objects Facet
........Furnishings and Equipment (Hierarchy Name)
............Containers (Hierarchy Name)
................containers (receptacles)
....................<containers by function or context>
........................ceremonial containers
............................ritual vessels
................................jian
Additional Notes :
Dutch....Chinees ritueel vat van brons in de Oostelijke Zhoustijl, gebruikt voor water. Heeft de vorm van een lage ronde kookpot zonder poten.
Chinese (traditional)....中國東周時代裝水的青銅禮器,大缽形有圈足。
Sources and Contributors:
jian............ [VP]
................. Freer Gallery and Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian [online] (2003-) accessed 1 May 2006
................. Grove Art Online (2003-2008) "China; ritual bronze," accessed 1 May 2006
................. Rawson, Chinese Bronzes (1987) 98
................. AATA database (1995-) 125250 checked 26 January 2012
................. AAT-Ned (1994-) 
................. TELDAP database (2009-) 
鑑............ [AS-Academia Sinica]
................. TELDAP database (2009-) 
鑒............ [AS-Academia Sinica]
................. TELDAP database (2009-) 
chien(vessel)............ [VP]
................. Hansford, Glossary of Chinese Art (1961) 88
................. TELDAP database (2009-) 
Subject:............ [AS-Academia Sinica]
................. Freer Gallery and Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian [online] (2003-) 
................. Grove Art Online (2003-2008) 
................. Rawson, Chinese Bronzes (1987) 
................. AATA database (1995-) 125250 checked 26 January 2012
................. Bureau AAT, RKD 
External Links:
Quote:
[jian 鑑(編號300265827)]。《藝術與建築索引典》。http://aat.teldap.tw/AATFullDisplay/300265827(2018/02/22瀏覽)。

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