The sui Dynasty USING P.E.R.S.I.A AS A LENS

The Sui Dynasty's ever lasting Architecture realm

We know that the sui dynasty's was short lived but achitecture was a major influence to the people like the grand canal

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the grand canal was useful to the people of china when it comes to traveling for trades. The grand canal was meant for people of china, When the emperor had sent his 2 men to go trade the went through the grand canal it was grand canal that help the sui dynasty to help with their trade and their transportation. It was the sui who developed the granaries. They built the granaries around the capitols and they were made to supply the sui people with a cheap and stable supply of food. In china the oldest and it is the longest man-made canal in the world, the Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal is 1,794 kilometers 1,115 miles long. It has a history of over 2,500 years. It started at Beijing in the north and ends at Hangzhou in the south, running through Tianjin, Hebei Province, Shandong Province, Jiangsu Province and Zhejiang Province along its way.

The art work of china was shown now so it could express their imaginative thoughts.The Sui Dynasty founded by Emperor Wen but his real name was Yang Jian, The Buddhist sculpture was known to be one of their best sculpture,the building of Buddhist temples, the continuing of the book arts and In that time period it was a brilliant period in terms of artistic production.during the Six Dynasties period, this green Celadon, it was so called the Yeuw ware, which was the most predominant ware and the forms were produced within that ambiance of Celadon. The white ware became a popularity during the Sui Dynasty and this shows that the foundation for a dramatic shift in the taste toward unadorned vessels in pure colors that we see during Tang, the next Dynasty.

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Created with images by Forever Wiser - "Standing Bodhisattva" • 3dman_eu - "venice bridge canale grande" • Arian Zwegers - "Around Malang, Dvarapala" • qimono - "thailand buddha buddhism" • Provenance Online Project - "Leaf [4]r (p. [7]) of 4 unnumbered ms. leaves in the hand of Johannes Cuno (1463-1513) containing the Greek text and a Latin translation of the Golden Verses copied on 10 August 1496 in Stuttgart from a book owned by Johann Reuchlin (1455-1522)"

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