Chinanews.com, Guangzhou, January 4th (Cheng Jingwei and Liang Yanping) "North-South Convergence - Cultural Relics Exhibition of the Bohai Kingdom and the Southern Han Kingdom" was held on the 4th in the Pro-Exhibition Hall of the Exhibition Hall of the Palace Exhibition Area of the Nanyue King Museum in Guangzhou, and the exhibition will last until March 20. day.
The exhibition is co-sponsored by Nanyue King Museum, Heilongjiang Bohai Beijing Site Museum, and Guangzhou Institute of Cultural Relics and Archeology.
The Bohai Kingdom and the Southern Han Kingdom are separated by thousands of miles and rarely meet each other, but they are all under the influence of the unified Tang Dynasty. In order to consolidate the vast geographical territory, promote regional development, realize multi-ethnic and cross-regional cultural exchanges, and create a unified multi-ethnic Contributed to the historical process of the country.
This exhibition is the first joint exhibition of cultural relics unearthed from the ruins of the Bohai Kingdom and the Southern Han Dynasty. 178 unearthed cultural relics have been selected and divided into four parts: "Great China", "Wufu Minfeng", "Exotic Lands and the Same River" and "Boundless Sea". , fully displaying the political, economic, cultural, religious, and foreign exchanges between the Bohai Kingdom and the Southern Han Dynasty.
The white-glazed porcelain bowl with the inscription "Zhang Yaoju" unearthed from the site of the Nanyue Palace Office Photo courtesy of the Nanyue King Museum
This exhibition is the first time that the cultural relics unearthed from the Longquanfu site in Bohai Sea will be exhibited in Guangdong.
The reporter noticed that the exhibition exhibited the "Baode" character tiles unearthed from the site.
It is understood that most of the plate tiles and tube tiles unearthed in the capital city of Bohai Sea have stamped characters, most of which are single characters, and a few are two or three characters. phrase.
At the same time, the stone chi head on display has attracted much attention.
It is reported that this chi head was used on the steps of the palace in the capital city of Bohai Sea. The chi head is one of the nine sons of the legendary dragon, and its image is often used in the decoration of ancient Chinese buildings.
The fragments of celadon-glazed pottery drainage pipes unearthed from the ruins of the Nanyue Palace Office with the inscription "Renyin was built in the fifteenth year of the year" are also on display in this exhibition.
According to reports, "Da You" is the third year name of Liu Yan, the emperor of the Southern Han Dynasty.
During Liu Yan's reign, large-scale construction projects were carried out in Guangzhou, and palaces and gardens were widely built. This fragment unearthed from the site of the Nanyue Palace Office plays an important role in the study of the architectural form of the Southern Han Dynasty palace.
The glazed pottery beast unearthed from the Longquanfu site in Shanghai, Bohai. Photo courtesy of the Nanyue King Museum
The exhibition features a white-glazed porcelain bowl with the inscription "Zhang Yaoju".
According to reports, there is no documented record of the "Control Bureau". It is said that it was a bureau set up by the Ministry of Internal Affairs in the Southern Han Dynasty.
Judging from the unearthed porcelain with the inscription "Zhang Yaoju" in the core area of the palace city of the Southern Han Dynasty, the Zhang Yaoju was located in the ban.