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6 pieces of baby in Ningbo were selected as "Zhejiang Treasure Map" 2018-09-29


The "Wenyu Night" and "Treasures of the Town Hall: Zhejiang Treasure Map" conference jointly hosted by Zhejiang Daily and Zhejiang Museum were held in Wenyu Pavilion, Hangzhou. Six precious collections from 3 museums in Ningbo were selected in Zhejiang Province. Baotu, in which Tianyige Museum has three treasures, has become a representative of the precious cultural relics in Ningbo. It is understood that at present, there are more than 300 museums of various types and counties registered in Zhejiang Province, and each museum has a treasure of the town hall. In March of this year, the Zhejiang Provincial Museum and related units issued a “collection order”, and more than 200 pieces of cultural relics recommended by more than 50 museums in the province participated in the selection. In the end, 50 pieces of children from 30 museums in 10 provinces and cities in the province stood out and were selected. The treasure of the town hall: Zhejiang treasure map. A total of 6 pieces of baby were selected in 3 museums in Ningbo, among which the Tianyi Pavilion Museum accounted for 3 pieces, respectively, the Ming Dynasty "Hongwu Four-year Scholars", Qing Wansi's manuscript "Ming History Manuscript" and Song Huang Tingjian's cursive "Liu Yuxi" Bamboo branch word "volume." These three treasures not only represent the collection level and strength of the Tianyi Pavilion Museum, but also highlight the excellent traditional culture of Ningbo. The other three treasures are from Yuyao and Cixi. The two collections selected by the Yuyao Museum are the Southern Song Openwork and Heshen Xianhe Tian Yupei and the Western Jin Dynasty Yue Kiln. The treasure of the town hall of the Cixi Museum, the Northern Song Dynasty Yue Kiln Celadon, the three-legged scorpion water note was also selected for the treasure map, which is an extremely rare national treasure in the Yue Kiln celadon. In 1983, it was in the sediment of the Temple of Longdongtou, Pengdong Township, Cixi City. Unearthed, it was designated as a national-level cultural relic in 1985.