Jiaran Zhang, Yingrui Chi, Mengdi Shi
School of Art and Design,Zhengzhou University of Light Industry, Zhengzhou , China
The pottery building is not only a funerary object, but also reflects the architectural technology, plastic arts, and artistic aesthetics of the dynasty. The layout of the pottery courtyard and the layout of related houses are also the research value. The Ming Dynasty pottery courtyard unearthed in this article is a true portrayal of the residential courtyards in northern China.
Pottery Courtyard, Courtyard-Style Dwellings, Northern Dwellings
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