Sung dynasty

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Noun1.Sung dynasty - the imperial dynasty of China from 960 to 1279Sung dynasty - the imperial dynasty of China from 960 to 1279; noted for art and literature and philosophy
dynasty - a sequence of powerful leaders in the same family
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During the Sung Dynasty (960-1279), most of the information was recorded in the Chu-fan-chih ("Gazetteer of Foreigners") and Ling-wai Taita ("Information from Beyond the Mountains").
Jasmine tea was apparently invented some eight hundred years ago under the Sung Dynasty.
Later he graduated to antique Cartier watches, Sung dynasty ceramics and art deco furniture.
During the Sung dynasty (960-1279AD) WhiteWare ceramics became dominant.
But, in his spare time, he has created a novel about tragedy and enduring love in Sung Dynasty China.
29-33), and of the poetic corpus associated with loyalist survivors of the Sung dynasty.
Song designs are based in the Chinese Sung Dynasty.
Interestingly, if Leong chose to justify his descriptive approach through verbal allusion to a premodern body of art, Ji too looks back, though his reference is more intrinsic to his work: The visual style of his pictures is based on the long tradition of Chinese landscape painting, notably of the Sung dynasty, roughly between seven hundred and one thousand years ago.
This 600 year-old epic tale of a band of patriots in the latter part of the Sung Dynasty is the story of a band of 108 outlaws 9105 men and 3 women) who struggle to help the Emperor rid himself of a despotic prime minister.
The scale of production was staggering: during the Sung Dynasty, over 100000 vessels could be produced in a single firing of one kiln--remarkable even if the kiln was over 135m long (p.
Beginning with examples taken from the Sung Dynasty (960-1279 A.
Noke himself was fascinated by experimentation with glaze effects and went on to perfect the so-called flambA decoration, another lost Chinese technique dating back to the Sung dynasty.