I chose this picture because it was where they buried a king and his army.
I chose this because it was used by the military. It was a dagger-axe.
I picked this because it looked like they might have put something like a snake or food in the pot.
I picked this because they usually made these for people and put their spiritual animal under it.
I picked this because they used it as an alarm when they had problems or were attacked.
I picked this because it was a house hold object that they used as a spoon.
I picked this because it looks like they would smash or crush food inside of the bowl like figure on top of it.
I picked this because it is the great wall of China and they used it a a barrier to keep their enemies and rulers from other countries out.
I picked this because it looks like another ancient house hold object they used for food.
I picked this bracelet because it looks like a very heavy bracelet that I wouldn't think of wearing in today's life.
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Jinsha Site Museum
Freer and Sackler Galleries
Museum of Ethnic Cultures, Minzu University of China
Namhansanseong World Heritage Center
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