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type of Chinese ritual bronze or ceramic wine vessel
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Zun (de); zun (fr); zun (en); Zun (pl); 尊 (zh); zun (nl) chinesischer Gefäßtyp (de); type of Chinese ritual bronze or ceramic wine vessel (en)

The zun (Chinese: 尊; pinyin: zūn), is an ancient type of Chinese bronze or ceramic wine vessel with a round or square vase-like form, and sometimes in the shape of an animal, dating from the Shang Dynasty to the Northern Sòng. Used in religious ceremonies to hold wine, the zun has a wide lip to facilitate pouring. One notable vessel was the He zun.

Le zun (chinois : 尊 ; pinyin : zūn), est un ancien type de vaisselle en bronze chinois en forme de vase à section ronde ou carré, ou quelques rares fois ayant la forme d'un animal, dont l'origine remonte à la dynastie Shang et utilisé jusqu'à la dynastie Song. Employé dans des cérémonies religieuses pour contenir les boissons fermentées, le zun possède un large bord pour verser plus facilement.


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