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A Study On The Funerary Objects And Architectural Image Of Buildings Unearthed From Han To Northern Dynasties In Shaanxi-Gansu Region

Posted on:2019-04-13Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:N YangFull Text:PDF
GTID:2405330545983946Subject:Cultural relics and museums
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The architectural Ming apparatus is the art of miniature building model in the Ming apparatus,and the architectural image is the painting art of building reprocessing.They are "similar" to social life,which describe various architectural styles in reality and represent the buildings.The relationship between architectural groups and the architectural environment.The study of these two works of art will help us to uncover the veil of history,understand the ancient physical architecture,explore the ancient architectural technology and appreciate the beauty of the ancient architecture.At the same time,through the study of architectural lighting and building images,the political,economic,military and other conditions of the society at that time can be further analyzed.The period from Han to Northern dynasties is in the history of ancient Chinese architecture.In an important period,many documents have left behind the brilliant architectural achievements of this period.However,there are no real architectural objects to be studied except for some earth-rock buildings(such as the Great Wall,some city sites).In Shaanxi and Gansu,a large number of architectural objects from Han to Northern dynasties were found in archaeology,and a large number of architectural images were also retained in the murals of Wei and Jin dynasties and the murals of Dunhuang Mogao Grottoes.Thus,we provide rich materials for the study of the architecture of this period.This paper firstly collects and arranges the archaeological data of Ming architecture excavated in Shaanxi and Gansu.Building the Ming Han Dynasty,the most material to pottery,a small amount of copper,wood.In the early period of the Western Han Dynasty,there were many kinds of pottery ware such as pottery storehouse,pottery well and so on.After the Eastern Han Dynasty,there were more houses,buildings,courtyard,terrace pavilions,docks and so on.Secondly,through the study of architectural images in caves and tombs,this paper tries to explore the types and development of monomeric buildings such as dock walls,towers and ceilings.Wubi exists widely in Hexi area of Gansu province,it has both military and life functions,which reflects the special status of the family class in the Wei and Jin dynasties.Tower It is the architectural form introduced into China from India,the Indian brick and stone pagoda found in archaeological data has developed into the wooden tower with the characteristics of "heavy building" and "que tower" in China.It can be seen that the communication and influence between the Western region culture and Chinese culture can be seen.Hexi Wei Jin murals and Dunhuang murals have a large number of painted que image.This paper also involves the study of the architectural core components,arch,beam-frame structure of the technical characteristics.Finally,the social and historical features of the tombs in Shaanxi and Gansu are analyzed through the social and economic conditions,class relations and cultural exchanges between China and the West at that time.The main innovation of this paper is to collect and sort out the historical images of various kinds of buildings in Shaanxi-Gansu region during the Han to Northern dynasties,so as to provide a more comprehensive information for the academic circles on the Ming artifacts and architectural images unearthed in Shaanxi-Gansu area.At the same time,it reveals and analyzes the political,economic,social and cultural situations of the period from Han to Northern dynasties in Shaanxi-Gansu region through these architectural instruments and image data.
Keywords/Search Tags:Shaanxi-Gansu region, Han to Northern dynasties, architectural Ming, architectural images
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