台北故宫-青铜

 

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金文中“乡”字就是两个人蹲在一口锅旁边

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司母戊鼎是目前世界上发现的最大的青铜鼎snapshot20110228192446

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台北历史博物馆,实际上是由河南博物院抗战时南迁落脚于重庆的69箱文物中精选出38箱在49年底由重庆专机运抵台湾。这个九层石塔有1500多年历史,是战后日本归还文物中的一件 (日本归还中国共7批109箱文物分别藏于今天的台北故宫和台湾的历史博物馆。1948年6月由日本运往上海后又转运南京的四箱文物,1949年转运台湾,包括沈阳张三畬堂的缂丝和古画,汪精卫访日时献赠日本天皇和皇后的翡翠屏风、青玉瓷瓶和白玉瓷瓶。1950年3月到1951年7月之间日本陆续归还文物6批105箱,从日本横滨运往台湾高雄港,这其中包括辽阳汉墓出土的陶器、玉器、钱币;山东曲阜汉灵光殿出土的砖瓦残片以及南京大鼎)。九层石塔的塔顶还在山西朔县崇福寺,相隔海峡两岸,令人无限唏嘘。I don't know smile

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