Chinese Oracle Bones exhibiton and sportlight talk at the National Museum of Scotland

Discover some of the treasures within the National Museum Scotland’s significant collection of oracle bones, the second largest in the world outside of China. Inscribed with earliest known Chinese writing, the bones were used for divination during the late Shang dynasty (c.1200-1050 BC).

This exhibition will run from 25 Oct 2019 to 29 March 2020. For detailed information please visit National Museum of Scotland website HERE.

Spotlight talk:

‘Dragon bones’ and the earliest known Chinese script by curator Dr Qin Cao

Location: Auditorium, Level 1,  National Museum of Scotland

Date and Time: 28 November 2019, 14:00-15:00

Free Admission. Book your place HERE.