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2016-04-12T21:13:53.000Z
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Understanding Ancient Civilizations through Artifacts
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Session Description: This session will introduce teachers to the connection between museums and contemporary archaeology in China as seen through the tomb of Fu Hao, a royal consort who died c. 1200 BCE. We will examine artifacts, such as jades and bronzes from Anyang, the capital of the late Shang Dynasty from about 1300 to 1050 BCE, and considered to be the most important Bronze Age site in East Asia. For more information, see: http://www.asia.si.edu/explore/china/bronzes/ Presenters from The Arthur M. Sackler and Freer Gallery of Art: -J. Keith Wilson, Curator of Ancient Chinese Art and Co-chair, Smithsonian Congress of Scholars -Elizabeth K. Eder, Head of Education This is the third of three online sessions in spring 2016 created to support Smithsonian Learning Lab workshops for middle school teachers in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, funded by the Grable Foundation and in partnership with Allegheny Intermediate Unit and the Senator John Heinz History Center.
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417
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1 hr 6 min 5 sec
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