|Intricately designed wine vessel of bronze and gold inlay|
|Earthenware dancer full of movement|
We tried to use the free audio guide, but the attendant somehow ran out of headphones but not the gadgets, so we just relied on the captions to explain. For the most part they were fine, giving explanations of the pieces much like how things were described in my art history class -- lots of observation and imagination.
|A lively bronze horse with its groom|
Even remnants of fabric managed to survive all these centuries, giving us an idea of the kinds of patterns and colours of the clothes they wore at the time. There were also lacquer trays and bowls -- that were even found with food on them when they were excavated. Pretty amazing.
|Delicate embroidered fabrics that have survived centuries|
|A jade funeral suit connected with gold wire|