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A Comprehensive Survey of Unearthing Costumes of Ming Dynasty in Tai Zhou,Jiang Su
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Pages: 40-48
Year: Issue:  1
Journal: Decoration

Keyword:  the Middle and Late Period of Ming DynastyUnearthing Costumes of Tai ZhouOfficials and Gentry SocietyCostume Culture;
Abstract: A dozen of Ming tombs were found gradually from 1970s~1980s in Tai Zhou, Jiang Su, which is located in the midst of Jiang Huai. More than 300 costumes of Ming dynasty were unearthed from seven of tombs. These costumes were in the front ranks and almost 100 of them were Cultural Relics over 3 levels due to their completed categories and quantity in numbers. The paper introduced the unearthed costumes with first-hand data to illustrate people’s life in the middle and late period of Ming dynasty. Besides, the author tried to show unique local culture of Tai Zhou and costumes of officials and gentry society via the unearthed costumes primitive characteristics, its variety categories, typical costume patterns, unity of costume color, weaving and embroidery techniques.
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