FMNH 120985.B1

  • 120985: Cast iron pottery cooking stove
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    Description: Cast iron pottery cooking stoves. Mortuary burial use
  • 120985: Cast iron pottery cooking stove
    [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: Cast iron pottery cooking stoves. Mortuary burial use
  • 120985: Cast Iron Stove
    [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: Cast Iron Stove. horse shoe shape with chimney and cooking holes. Project platform in front of first hole. probably used for ceremonial purposes
  • 120985: Cast Iron Stove
    [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: Cast Iron Stove. horse shoe shape with chimney and cooking holes. Project platform in front of first hole. probably used for ceremonial purposes
  • CN-0002 120985.B1-B3
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    Description: subs B1-B3: overall
  • EX2015 1a 120985 B1  Reference Image
    Creator: Michelle Burton : Field Museum of Natural History - Anthropology Department
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    Description: Reference image taken during Exhibit Development Process.
Catalog Number: 120985.B1
Description: rubbing of stove
Materials: metal; iron (cast iron)
Cultural Attribution: Han Chinese
Time Period: Han Dynasty
Locality: Asia, China, Shaanxi, Xian - Singanfu
Accession Number: [1114] Blackstone Chinese and Tibetan Expedition - 1908-1910 (Expedition)
Accession Year: 1910
Other Numbers: 142
Continent: Asia
Country: China
Province/State: Shaanxi
City/Town: Xian - Singanfu
Collector/Source: Blackstone Chinese and Tibetan Expedition - 1908-1910, B. Laufer : Field Museum of Natural History
EMu IRN: 1353813
GUID: ce47f837-153f-4a8d-bec7-095b951654cd

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