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The Bronze Ware of the Shang Dynasty, "Fu Hao Gui Zun"

The Bronze Ware of the Shang Dynasty, "Fu Hao Gui Zun"

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This cultural relic is a bronze vessel called "Fuhao Guizun". It is one of the two owl shaped statues from the Shang Dynasty. This owl shaped statue was discovered in 1976 at Fuhao's tomb in Anyang City, Henan Province, China. The owl shaped statue is divided into two parts: a detachable owl head cover and a bird's hollow body. Animal shaped vessels are almost the only known bronze sculptures of the Shang Dynasty. This owl is one of the oldest and most naturalistic owl shaped deities in existence. Its form showcases the influence of the capital of the Shang Dynasty, Anyang, in the north, but the style of the vessels and casting techniques indicate that it is related to the bronze tradition in the Yangtze River region of central southern China. The cultural relics are currently collected in the National Museum of China.