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Porcelain fired by Shaoxing, Shangyu and Yuyao kilns of Yuezhou in Tang Dynasty. The name of Yue Kiln was first seen in the Tang Dynasty. The poem "Secret Shade Yue Qi" written by Lu Guimeng in the Tang Dynasty has the verse "The Wind and Dew of the Ninth Autumn Open Yue Kiln and Win Qianfeng Cui Se Come". The Yueyao kiln site was discovered in 1934. After the founding of the People's Republic of China, after many investigations, the distribution of Yue kilns, the history of porcelain firing and the main features of firing utensils have been preliminarily clarified. Yue kiln pottery in Tang Dynasty is famous for its beautiful glaze color. It adopts decorative techniques such as scratching, printing, engraving and carving, with scratching as the main method. With a few strokes, a blooming lotus flower, a wind-blown leaf curling lotus leaf, or a sprawling, symmetrical crabapple flower and four-petaled flower are displayed. Printing is mostly used at the bottom of bowls and pans. The patterns are Yunlong, Shouhe and flowers. They are generally rigid and rigid, not as bold and powerful as rowing. Subglaze Brown decoration has appeared in the late Tang Dynasty, such as the brown cloud carving furnace unearthed from Shuiqiu Tomb in Mingtang Mountain, Linan County, Zhejiang Province in 1980. This decoration lasted for five generations. In 1970, the brown moire four poppies unearthed from Banqiao Tomb of the Five Dynasties in Linan County had the same style as those unearthed from Shuiqiu Tomb, but this kind of underglaze decoration did not develop and soon disappeared. Sculptured decoration is still dominant, and has continued to develop.