Welcoming and cooking scenes: Qian shi shi di shi yi shi (Wu Rong Ci di shi yi shi, Wu Shi Ci qian shi shi hou bi xiao kan dong ce hua xiang): Wu shi ci hua xiang: Wu shi ci shi shi hua xiang: Wu shi mu qun shi ke: Wu Liang Ci hua xiang: Yan yin tu, pao chu tu
- Wu Liang, 78-151, Chinese, associated name, associated name
Warner, Langdon, 1881-1955, American, associated name, associated name
- Creation Date:
- 19th cent.-early 20th cent.
- Rubbing from pictorial relief carving of 4 registers on left and right parts. 4 registers on the left side: depicting musicians, human figures in banquet scenes, cooking scenes; on the right side: a 3-storie architecture with animals (such as phoenix and monkey) on the roof, attendants and seated hostess on the 3rd. level, guests and host on the 2nd. level and attendants on the stairs from the shrine of Wu Rong at the Wu Family Shrines, Jiaxiang, Shandong from 1st. year of Jianhe, Eastern Han Dynasty (147).
- 68.5 x 92.5 cm
- No linguistic content
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- Wu Liang ci, Jiaxiang Xian, Shandong Sheng, China
phoenix (mythical bird)
- Style Period:
- Eastern Han
- Citation/references: Chavanne, E. Mission archaeologique dans la chine septentrionale ; pl. 148. ; Zhongguo hua xiang shi quan ji, 2000, V. 1, pl. 63. ; Zhonghua shu xue da ci dian, 2000, p. 345 (Wu shi ci shi shi hua xiang).
General note: Wu shi ci: Shrine of Wu Family, located north of Wuzhaishan Village, Zhifang Town, Jiaxiang County, Shandong Province, China. Wushi Shrine is one of the earliest examples of the offering shrines erected at the Wu family graves. The monuments were erected in the middle of 2nd century AD, buried due to Yellow River flooding, and were not fully discovered until 1786 by Huang Yi, a Qing sholar and high official. The shrine was a free-standing, peak-roofed structure. ; Stone reliefs in the Wu Family Shrines were carved on the walls of the offering shrines, more than 40 engraved wall registers of slabs (16 stabs in the front chamber- Wu Rong Shrine, 17 slabs in the left chamber and 6 slabs in the Wu Liang Shrine) ; 2 pillars and 2 stone lions also appear.
Historical: Stele Date: 4th. day of 3rd. mo. of 1st. year of Jianhe, Eastern Han Dynasty (147).
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