[Explanation] On September 28, the wrecked artifacts of the "Golden Bronze Silkworm", a witness on the land Silk Road, and the "Black Stone", a witness on the Maritime Silk Road, were jointly exhibited at the Changsha Copper Official Kiln Museum for the first time, recreating the ancient silk After the opening of the road, trade, cultural exchanges and dissemination between the East and the West flourished.
The ancient Silk Road opened a new window for friendly exchanges between countries and wrote a new chapter in human development and progress.
The thousand-year "gilt bronze silkworm" collected by China's Shaanxi History Museum and the thousand-year shipwreck "Black Rock" discovered in Indonesia bear witness to this history.
Chen Yuanping, director of the Hunan Provincial Bureau of Cultural Relics, said that twenty years ago, the "Black Stone" Arab shipwreck carrying more than 56,000 pieces of Changsha bronze kiln porcelain was discovered in Indonesian waters after a lapse of thousands of years, explaining a mysterious maritime silk road. .
The first joint exhibition of the "Black Stone" Relics and the "Golden Bronze Silkworm" realized the perfect presentation of the two silk roads of sea and land in the same time and space, achieving the purpose of using material evidence to educate people.
[Concurrent] Chen Yuanping, Director of Hunan Provincial Bureau of Cultural Relics
The Silk Road in Han and Tang Dynasties is a historical brilliance worthy of our admiration and pride.
The Silk Road spirit that it carries with its core of peaceful cooperation, openness and tolerance, mutual learning and mutual benefit, is a precious heritage of human civilization.
[Commentary] The reporter saw at the scene that the cultural relics exhibition is divided into two chapters: "Countless bells pass through the moraine, and should be trained to Anxi" and "Thousands of miles go south, sail to the wind". The cultural relics on display include 28 pieces (sets) of "gilt bronze silkworm", "Black Stone" shipwreck artifacts, glass spears, crystal beryl charms, agate and glazed coral beads, Buddha statues, and Byzantine gold coins.
Qu Wei, director of the Cultural Relics Management Department of the Changsha Tongguan Kiln Site Management Office, introduced that these fine cultural relics were all discovered along the sea and land ancient Silk Road.
The joint exhibition also opened the Chenjiaping site of Wangcheng Tongguan Kiln in Changsha simultaneously, providing a new platform for interpreting the history and culture of the ancient Silk Road.
[Concurrent] Qu Wei, Director of Cultural Relics Management Department of Changsha Tongguan Kiln Site Management Office
In fact, the best purpose of cultural relic protection is to promote the local economic and social development, so we also want to use an exhibition to attract more people's attention to Wangcheng, and also to shine (bright) our city's business card.
Reporter Xu Zhixiong and Fu Jingyi report from Changsha
Editor in charge: [Li Yuxin]