In this episode, we trek along the dusty trails of the famed Silk Road. We meet some of the people traipsing this network, hitch a ride on a merchant’s camel, pass by some pilgrims, and meet a young religious faith called Buddhism. And we’ll look at a lot of ceramics. Ceramics from China’s Jin, Tang, Yuan, and Ming dynasties.

Selected Artwork:

Funerary Urn (Hunping), China, Western Jin dynasty, late 3rd century, Art Institute of Chicago, 1987.242.

Silk Road Caravan, China, Tang dynasty (618–907 A.D.), first half of 8th century, Art Institute of Chicago.


M A Y U R A part 1 & 2 & 3 by CSoul (c) copyright 2013 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial Share-Alike (3.0) license. Featuring: Jeris (VJ_Memes) , skoria

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