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“耀世遗珍”—阿富汗国家博物馆藏珍宝展

  • 展览时间:2018-08-25 - 2018-11-04
  • 展览城市:广东 - 深圳
  • 展览地点:深圳市南山大道2093号
  • 策展人:重庆东岭艺术品有限公司 黄山美术社
  • 主办单位:阿富汗国家博物馆 中国文物交流中心 中国人民对外友好协会 深圳市南山区委宣传部(文体局)
  • 664人围观

详情介绍

    展览时间:2018-08-25 - 2018-11-04

    展览城市:广东 - 深圳

    展览机构:

    展览地址:深圳市南山大道2093号

    主办单位:阿富汗国家博物馆 中国文物交流中心 中国人民对外友好协会 深圳市南山区委宣传部(文体局)

    承办单位:深圳市南山博物馆 国际艺术交流院

    展览备注:策划:重庆东岭艺术品有限公司 黄山美术社
    展览地点:深圳市南山博物馆二层二号专题展厅

    展览介绍

    阿富汗是中亚的内陆国家,连通东亚、南亚和西亚之间的古代贸易和军事通道,占据着沟通东西方的重要战略位置。来自西边的波斯帝国和马其顿帝国,北边的草原游牧民族,南边的贵霜帝国和印度孔雀王朝,东边的唐朝等帝国都曾征服阿富汗。阿富汗一度成为亚欧各大文明汇合之地。阿富汗还是古代丝绸之路的枢纽,沟通东西方贸易往来。
    阿富汗在中亚历史的各个时期中都处于显著的地位。从阿富汗境内丰富的考古遗迹来看,它悠久的文明、灿烂的文化至少可追溯到五千年前,它在人类思想文化的发展进程中扮演了重要的角色。
    本次展览以阿富汗境内的法罗尔丘地、阿伊·哈努姆、蒂拉丘地和贝格拉姆四处考古遗址为线索,通过阿富汗喀布尔国家博物馆收藏的231件(套)珍贵文物,再现阿富汗公元前3世纪年至公元1世纪复杂多彩的古代历史进程。
    Afghanistan is a landlocked country in Central Asia which straddles the ancient trade and military routes linking East Asia, South and West Asia. As such it occupies a strategic location between the occident and orient. In antiquity, the Persian and Macedonian empires lay to the west, nomadic tribes roamed the plains of the north, whilst to the south lay the Kushan Empire, and the Indian Maurya Dynasty, and then to the east the dynasties such as the Tang ruled in China. All of which conducted campaigns in Afghanistan, leading to the land becoming a point of confluence for the great European and Asian civilisations. In antiquity, Afghanistan was also an important node on the Silk Road, facilitating trade between East and West.
    Afghanistan occupies an important position during each period of Central Asian history. Its ancient civilisation and glorious culture can be traced back at least five millennia from the rich architectural sites scattered throughout the country; as such it occupies an important role and development of humanity's philosophical culture.
    This exhibition focuses on the four archaeological sites of Tepe Fullol, Ai-Khanum, Tilla Tepe and Begram and represents Afghanistan's complex and colourful history during the period of 300 BC to 100 A.D. through the display of 231 groups of artefacts from the Afghanistan Kabul National Museum.





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