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SaikhanTheSwan.JPG Mongol bibliography.  Some interesting looking books on food especially

SaikhanTheSwan.JPG Mongol bibliography. Some interesting looking books on food especially

Mongol Gold and Iron Helmet from the late Yuan (1271 AD–1368 AD).

Mongolian or Chinese helmet, made from iron and gold. The style of the decoration shows Tibetan and Mongolian influence, while the technique of damascening with flat strips of gold instead of gold wire is found on only a few other pieces.

7. The Yuan Dynasty ( Mongolian )

Lady from the Mongolian Yuan Dynasty. If you are watching Netflix's Marco Polo, you may see the same outfit worn by the Queen--Nan Luan

Damask Gown with “Xin Qi” Embroidery  Western Han Dynasty (206 BC—25 AD)  Length of the Gown: 155cm; Overall Length of Sleeves: 243cm  Excavated from Han Tomb 1 at Mawangdui

Damask Gown with “Xin Qi” Embroidery Western Han Dynasty AD) Length of the Gown: Overall Length of Sleeves: Excavated from Han Tomb 1 at Mawangdui

Embroidery from a Cloud Collar: Ocean, Rocks and Peonies, 14th century  China, Yuan dynasty (1271-1368) - Ming dynasty (1368-1644)  needleloop embroidery; silk and silver thread, silvered paper, Overall - h:63.20 w:59.90 cm (h:24 7/8 w:23 9/16 inches). Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund 1993.10. Cleveland Museum of Art.

Embroidery from a Cloud Collar: Ocean, Rocks, and Peonies. China, Yuan - early Ming silk and silver thread, silvered paper;