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Go into the "Tang relics" to explore behind the cultural relics

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Photo taken on April 1,2018 shows the launch of a nationwide online media interview for the"Journey of Chinese Civilization"at Shaanxi History Museum in Shaanxi Province.After the departure ceremony,the visiting delegation visited an exhibition of unearthed cultural relics in Hejiacun Village,Shaanxi History Museum.
Shaanxi History Museum is China's first large-scale modern national museum,known as"the pearl of the ancient capital and the treasure house of China".The collection covers a period of about one million years,from the simple stone tools used in the early days of ancient humans to the various artifacts of social life up to 1840.Cultural relics are not only large in quantity and variety,but also of high grade and wide in value.Among them,the hoard exhibition in Hejiacun is known as the"relic of the Tang Dynasty".More than 1,000 cultural relics unearthed at that time reflect the owner's high artistic taste,leaving a profound historical value for later generations.
The unearthed relics in the hoard of Hejiacun were excavated in October 1970.They are two POTS each and contain more than 1,000 pieces of gold and silver ware,precious jade and jewelry,valuable medicines and domestic and foreign coins.Among the cultural relics,there is a golden agate cup with animal head,known as the"treasure of the town hall",a red gold walking dragon with"big feet"from the Tang Dynasty,and a"red cultural relic"with grape flowers and birds in silver sachet,which is popular among netizens.
This excavation is famous for the large number of unearthed cultural relics,numerous types,fine craftsmanship and well-preserved cultural relics.It is also one of the most important archaeological discoveries of the Sui and Tang Dynasties in the 20th century.These precious cultural relics are rich in information,revealing life in the Tang Dynasty from political,economic,ideological,cultural,artistic,customs,skills and other perspectives.Who is the owner of this treasure?Why it was buried in the ground is still a question of academic research.
The Greek correspondent for the network online is Eva?Papaz was very interested in the grape flower and bird patterns and silver sachets on display in the museum."There are no Greek artifacts for that.The Greeks would be interested and confused by this cultural heritage.What is this?For what?".In her opinion,the combination of grapes and flowers and birds is a product of the fusion and intersection of Chinese and Western cultures,which to some extent reflects the openness and inclusiveness of Chinese Tang culture.


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