Pictures of Daily Utensils of Qin Dynasty

Pottery Jar

Daily Utensils of the Qin Dynasty were mainly made of pottery, especially grey pottery. The typical pottery utensils included cocoon shaped pots, basins, jars, urns and covers which are fine and firm. Besides pottery, Qin Dynasty people also used a few stone, jade and bronze vessels.
  • Pottery Jar
  • Pottery Urn
  • Stone Roller
  • Pottery Egg-shaped Urn Excavated from the Ruins of Buildings to the West of the Mausoleum
  • Cover for a Pottery Vessel
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Asked by Mr.Zhao | Apr. 23, 2011 01:35Reply
Which bus in Xi'an will stop at Weiyang Lu which is on the way to Shishaomen?
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Answered by Mr.Jamie | Apr. 23, 2011 02:04
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Do you mean whether there is a shuttle bus stop at Weiyang Lu? Seems none. However, I think you could take the shuttle bus to Bell Tower, where you could take a taxi or city-bus to Weiyang Road quickly in 15 minutes.
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