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Meiping is a roundish jar that looks narrower in the lower part and has a short tiny mouth. Originally from the northern part of China, it spread wide to many countries of East Asia including Korea and Japan. Not many scholars seem to have found a valid explanation for the original relics of Meiping, the dish that represents the Goryo Celadons, although some attempts have been made to study them merely as household items. Based upon the analysis on kilns, remains, and underwater relics, this paper carefully scrutinizes the transitional history and characteristics of Meiping. The research shows that Meiping was produced from the late 11th to the end of the 15th century. The traces are now mostly found in various tombs, not in temple sites, which clearly indicates the fact that the household item was actually used for funerals. The transitional history of Meiping reveals four stages: At first, it merely imitated the Chinese Meiping (from the late 11th to the early 12th), and then later it revealed more varieties, experimenting with large and sophisticated patterns (from the mid 12th to the early 13th). Thirdly, the jar itself became larger and started to have some systematic and repetitive patterns on it (from the mid 13th to the early 14th). Lastly, the shape of Meiping was completely changed into a roundish ball, which had fewer patterns and an institutional name on it (from the mid 14th to the late 15th). It was widely known that the 13th century was missing for the history of Meiping, but this study shows that the century was in fact a prime time for the magnificent jar.

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