Appears in

References for drawings of excavated Chinese cooking pots as shown.

1. Majianxi. “Brief Report on the Excavations of the Warring States and Western Han Tombs of

Yao Xian, Shaanxi Province,” Kaogu (Archeology) 1959, No. 3, p. 149; Plate IV, fig. 5.

2. Jiangxi Provincial Museum. “The Eastern Han and Eastern Wu Tombs at Nanchang in Jiangxi

Province,” Kaogu (Archeology) 1978, No. 3, pp. 161-62; Plate V, fig. 6.

3. Li Zhengguang. “Excavations of Ancient Cemeteries at Shahu Qiao in Changsha,” Kaogu

Xuebao (The Chinese Journal of Archaeology) 1957, No. 4, p. 62; Plate XII, fig. 10.

4. The Nanjing Museum and the Municipal Museum of Yangzhou. “The Han Dynasty Wooden-chambered Tomb at Qilidian, Yangzhou, Jiangsu,” Kaogu (Archeology) 1962, No. 8, p. 402; Plate V, fig. 3.

5. Wang Zengxin. “The Jin and Yuan Sites in Chenghou Village, Liaoning Province,” Kaogu

(Archeology) 1960, No. 2, p. 43; Plate V, fig. 4

6. Tian Jingdong. “The Discovery of Yuan Artefacts Stored in a Cellar in Liangxiang near Beijing

(Peking),” Kaogu (Archeology) 1972, No. 2, pp. 33-34.

7. Su Tianjun. “The Liao and Jin Iron Implements Unearthed at Beijing,” Kaogu (Archeology)

1963, No. 3, pp. 140-44.

Fu (cauldron or pot)

Fu on an iron stand

Fu and a zeng for steaming food

Guo (pan or wok)

Six-handled pot

14th-century line drawing

Flat-bottomed pans

Three-legged iron pan

Reference books:

Chang, K. C. ed. Food in Chinese Culture: Anthropological and Historical Perspectives (Yale University Press, 1978).

Needham, Joseph. The Development of Iron and Steel Technology in China (W. Heffer & Sons Limited, 1964).

Song Yingxing. Tian Gong Kai Wu (The Exploitation of the Works of Nature) (1637).