Chinese Rubbings Collection

Stele of Chronicle of Zuo (Zuo Zhuan, the Ancient commentary on the Chunqiu-- “Spring and Autumn Annals”): San ti shi jing: Zheng shi shi jing: Wei shi jing: Zuo zhuan san ti shi jing

Creator/Contributor:
Henan Provincial Museum, Zhengzhou, Henan, China, associated name, associated name
National Museum of Chinese History, Beijing, China, associated name, associated name
Creation Date:
240-248 (Wei Dynasty)
Extent:
111 x 62 cm.
Language:
No linguistic content
Genre:
rubbings
calligraphy
stonework
Digital Format:
Images
Subjects:
inscriptions
stelae
writing
Culture:
Chinese
Style Period:
Wei Dynasty
Materials/Techniques:
paper
ink
intaglio
Places:
Yanshi, Henan, China
Notes:
Citation/references: Xi'an bei lin, 1963. p. 21. ; Zhongguo mei shu quan ji--Shu fa zhuan ke bian, V.2, 1986, Pl. 7, p. 9.
General note: Excavated in 1922
Historical: 2nd yr. of Zhengshi, Six dynasties (241)
Provenance: Stele made at Tai xue, school in a southern suburb of Luoyang (Wei capital); stele smashed into two pieces for smuggling at one time; currently one piece is at the Henan Provincial Museum and other other piece is at National Museum of Chinese History
Inscription: Inscription from Zuo zhuan written in 3 parallel scripts representing 3 evolving forms of early Chinese characters; script style: zhuan wen, gu wen, li shu.
Repository:
Palace Museum, Beijing, China
Fine Arts Library, Special Collections, Harvard University
HOLLIS Record:
https://id.lib.harvard.edu/images/olvwork271440/urn-3:FHCL:476961/catalog
Record ID:
W271440_urn-3:FHCL:476961