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Geert Lovink on our networked condition
Stefanie Krasnow on our digital realities
Franco “Bifo” Berardi at the moment act of the ecu tragedy
Adbusters on Chess vs. Weiqi
Micah White and Chiara Ricciardone on touchdown a loss of life blow to capitalism
Andy Merrifield at the radical politics of memes
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In some other cases, a body, a leg, a claw and a tail are seen at either side of the animal face. At a first glance, it seems that two bodies have the same head. The true fact, however, is that An owl-shaped wine vessel unearthed there is just one animal with its legs and claws set from the tomb of Fu Hao at Anyang, apart because of difficulties for ancient Chinese Henan Province. Fu Hao was a royal concubine of the Shang period. workmen to present, by casting, a complete picture Bronze Ware of the animal’s stature.
Han Dynasty ﬁgurines used “Naked” ﬁgurines unearthed from a West Han tomb at Xi’an. Figurines as funerary objects are without arms, but holes found below their shoulders suggest that they had wooden arms inserted which, too, have perished. Archeologists think 55 that the original owners of these ﬁgurines wanted to have them produced as life-like as possible. These ﬁgurines, a�er all, were meant to serve them in the nether world. Dancers, singers and story-tellers Dancing, singing and story-telling figurines, wooden or pottery, have been unearthed from tombs dating to the mid- and late-Han Dynasty period, during which the dynasty, after a period of chaos, was able to enjoy a political stability and economic prosperity.
A tomb of this period invariably has, in front of its gate, a bull-like animal with upright horns and warriors in armor suits supposedly to ward off invasion by evil spirits. Inside the tomb there are ox carts and horses meant for use by the tomb owner in the nether world, along with male and female attendants, as well as kitchen utensils, water wells, grinding mills and domestic animals and poultry. Wars were fought one after another between warlords during the period of the Southern-Northern Dynasties (420-589).
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