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Gray Terracotta Clay Ram
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"Gray Terracotta Clay Ram"
Delightful small ram in gray terracotta, with well-wound horns. The Han dynasty begins with the fall of the capital of Qin, Xianyang. It was Liu Bang (from 256 or 247 to 195 BC), originally a Ting Zhang (a sort of rural policeman), a shameless and shameless rustic who succeeded in rallying the people and founded the Han dynasty. His posthumous name is Gaozu or Gaodi, "the great ancestor" or "the great emperor." Starting from 90 ap. All the emperors on the throne were minors and represented by regents. This frailty of the tyrant of the state, the laxity of the great landowners and costly wars against the Xiongnu and the Qiang, nomadic tribes of Tibet, eventually provoked the fall of the Han. The Han were the first to truly unify China under the Han dynasty, whose emperors founded Chinese culture so long ago that the Chinese now call themselves "Han men". With the royal dynasties of the Shang and the Zhou, then the first imperial dynasties of Qin and Han, Chinese art took off. From the Bronze Age it was centered on the cult of the dead. This document is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity and a certificate complying with the guidelines of OFC, the Swiss Federal Office of Culture, Specialized Service "International Transfer of Cultural Property". You can find us on our website:
Price:260 €
Period:Before 16th century
Condition : Bon état pour l’âge, léger manque

Material : Terre cuite
Width : 12 cm
Height : 9 cm
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