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DaeBu JangKyungHo, a lengthy neck earthenware vessel
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Why this is a
Masterpiece

It was very well made. It is an important artifact that informs us about ancient times.

History of the Object
Dae Boo-Janggyung Ho is an earthenware jar. Earthenware of the Unified Silla Dynasty (7th - 10th Century) is hard and has various shapes. This earthenware is often excavated in tombs and fortresses. It has been excavated in the middle and southern area of Korea (Seoul, Kyung-gi, Kang-Won, Gyung-Sang and Kyung-Ju). This erect standing earthenware vessel has a characteristic shape and design. The outside was incised with a two-wave design. The body is round and stands on a base with bored square holes. This was used in the Unified Silla Dynasty. The use of the vessel is to store grain and food.

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Type
Ceramics 
Materials
clay 
Measurements
upper diameter : 12.6cm bottom diameter : 11.2cm 
Creator name
unknown 
Creator date
Unknown 
Where it was made
Korea 
Geography
Korea 
Time period
AD 7th century ~ AD 7th century 
Creation date
7th Century; Tongil shin-la 
Function
for storing food 
Acquisition
Bought from imperial in 1973 
Copyright
 
Acknowledgements
 
Owner
Sejong University Museum 
Museum
Sejong University Museum 
Credit line
 

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