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A Large Chinese Jade Bi-Disc, Liangzhu Culture

A Large Chinese Jade Bi-Disc, Liangzhu Culture

EVERYTHING ABOUT ARCHAEOLOGY: WHAT IS THE BI DISK ?

EVERYTHING ABOUT ARCHAEOLOGY: WHAT IS THE BI DISK ?

A Chinese Jade Bi-Disc,Liangzhu Culture during the Neolithic Period(c. 3300-2200 B.C.)︱中国玉璧,新石器时期良渚文化

A Chinese Jade Bi-Disc,Liangzhu Culture during the Neolithic Period(c. 3300-2200 B.C.)︱中国玉璧,新石器时期良渚文化

Photo 1 - A Hongshan Culture bird shaped totem.. Height: 15 cm. Photo Credit: Jac Lau, Singapore.

Photo 1 - A Hongshan Culture bird shaped totem.. Height: 15 cm. Photo Credit: Jac Lau, Singapore.

Jade disc the bi 2500 bc Langhzou Culture.  Jade, like bi disks, has been used throughout Chinese history to indicate an individual of moral quality, and has also served as an important symbol of rank. They were used in worship and ceremony – as ceremonial items they symbolised the ranks of emperor, king, duke, marquis, viscount, and baron with four different kweis and two different bi disks.

Jade disc the bi 2500 bc Langhzou Culture. Jade, like bi disks, has been used throughout Chinese history to indicate an individual of moral quality, and has also served as an important symbol of rank. They were used in worship and ceremony – as ceremonial items they symbolised the ranks of emperor, king, duke, marquis, viscount, and baron with four different kweis and two different bi disks.

Chinese ancient Jade-4

Chinese ancient Jade-4

Bi (disk ceremonial) in jade. Liangzhu Culture (China), 3200-2200 BC about.

Bi (disk ceremonial) in jade. Liangzhu Culture (China), 3200-2200 BC about.

Jade disc, or Bi,  China, Neolithic period, Liangzhu culture, around 2500 BC. Stone rings were being made by the peoples of eastern China as early as the fifth millennium BC. Jade discs have been found carefully laid on the bodies of the dead in tombs of the Hongshan culture (about 3800-2700 BC), a practice which was continued by later Neolithic cultures. Large and heavy jade discs such as this example, appear to have been an innovation of the Liangzhu culture (about 3000-2000 BC).

Jade disc, or Bi, China, Neolithic period, Liangzhu culture, around 2500 BC. Stone rings were being made by the peoples of eastern China as early as the fifth millennium BC. Jade discs have been found carefully laid on the bodies of the dead in tombs of the Hongshan culture (about 3800-2700 BC), a practice which was continued by later Neolithic cultures. Large and heavy jade discs such as this example, appear to have been an innovation of the Liangzhu culture (about 3000-2000 BC).

大英博物馆中国玉器(卷五:汉代玉器)图片36

大英博物馆中国玉器(卷五:汉代玉器)图片36

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