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In the Wei, Jin, southern and Northern Dynasties, the creation of
Buddhist art became history, and the Buddhist statue art gradually
became one of the main forms of Chinese ancient stone carving art.
On the other hand, sculpture in the Wei, Jin, southern and Northern
Dynasties also had further development on the basis of tradition. The
struggle and integration of ethnic groups, together with the influence
of foreign culture, made the stone carving art at that time presented a
more colorful appearance. The first is the group carvings of imperial
tombs, which are more common than those in the Han Dynasty, and the
styles and styles have also changed obviously. Among them, the
representative works are the stone carvings in front of the tomb of Xiao
Shunzhi, Emperor Wendi of Liang Dynasty, and the stone carvings in
front of Xiao Xiu's Tomb of emperor Kangkang.
The tombstone of the Six Dynasties directly inherited the shape of the
Han and Jin Dynasties. It was built on a double curved base with a multi
edged column. On the top of the column was an inscribed square plate.
The top of the column was the top of the column. A small anti evil
spirit was placed on the round cover carved with lotus. Among them, the
shape of Xiao Jing's tombs in the Six Dynasties is the most beautiful.
Although there are many carvings, there is no sense of complicated
mattress. From the exquisite lotus roof decoration, we can see the
profound influence of Buddhist art on Chinese traditional stone
carvings. Unfortunately, the stone carvings of the Imperial Mausoleums
of the Northern Dynasties were not well preserved. Only in Mangshan
Mountain of Luoyang were found the remains of stone carvings with a
height of more than 3 meters. However, we can still see the outstanding
achievements of the stone carving art of the Northern Wei Dynasty from
the relief images in the tomb chamber of YONGGU tomb in the Northern Wei