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Dotaku(Bronze bell), late Yayoi period

Dotaku(Bronze bell), late Yayoi period

A Taoist Solid Bronze Bell, dated to the Reign of the Hongzhi Emperor of the Ming Dynasty, cast in the year 1492 AD. Height 124.5 cm, diameter 89.5 cm, weight 514 Kg.

A Taoist Solid Bronze Bell, dated to the Reign of the Hongzhi Emperor of the Ming Dynasty, cast in the year 1492 AD. Height 124.5 cm, diameter 89.5 cm, weight 514 Kg.

Bell, Eastern Zhou dynasty, late Spring and Autumn period (770–ca. 475 b.c.), early 5th century b.c. China. Bronze.  Metropolitan Museum of Art

Bell, Eastern Zhou dynasty, late Spring and Autumn period (770–ca. 475 b.c.), early 5th century b.c. China. Bronze. Metropolitan Museum of Art

Bell (Zhong) with Dragons and Spirals - China, probably Shaanxi Province, Late Western Zhou dynasty, about 850-771 B.C. - Cast bronze | LACMA Collections

Bell (Zhong) with Dragons and Spirals - China, probably Shaanxi Province, Late Western Zhou dynasty, about 850-771 B.C. - Cast bronze | LACMA Collections

Two bronze dōtaku (ritual bells), Yayoi period (about 300 BC-AD 300), Japan. The origin of the dōtaku is thought to be the Chinese cattle bell. However, the Japanese did not practise cattle farming, so the first bells must have been imported as ritual objects. The fact that they are often found buried on isolated hill-sides and show evidence of having been buried and dug up several times, suggests their use in an agricultural ritual. - britishmuseum.org

Two bronze dōtaku (ritual bells), Yayoi period (about 300 BC-AD 300), Japan. The origin of the dōtaku is thought to be the Chinese cattle bell. However, the Japanese did not practise cattle farming, so the first bells must have been imported as ritual objects. The fact that they are often found buried on isolated hill-sides and show evidence of having been buried and dug up several times, suggests their use in an agricultural ritual. - britishmuseum.org

Japanese Bronze Bell, 19th century, with a cicada motif and a dragon finial, h. 7".

Japanese Bronze Bell, 19th century, with a cicada motif and a dragon finial, h. 7".

soldier. The Kofun period art,Haniwa terracotta clay figure. Osaka japan.   foot of the figure has done deficiency.

soldier. The Kofun period art,Haniwa terracotta clay figure. Osaka japan. foot of the figure has done deficiency.

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DN is so important and I truly believe that with time and effort studying it as much as we can we can unlock the cure to many of the problems that plague our human world. :D

Yoshinogari ruins in Saga Prefecture are representative of the late Yayoi period of about 2,000 to 1,800 years ago. Surrounding it is a large double Horiya fence.

Yoshinogari ruins in Saga Prefecture are representative of the late Yayoi period of about 2,000 to 1,800 years ago. Surrounding it is a large double Horiya fence.

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