Phu Viet at the temple of Emperor Dinh Tien Hoang

Each Phu Viet weighs 45kg, totaling 90kg. Phu Viet on the left is 300cm long, 0.7cm thick, Phu Viet on the right is 299cm long and 07cm thick. Phu Viet was created based on the image of a battle ax combined with a trident, which are two of the weapons that are halberds/holes in sacrificial suits at temples, communal houses, and shrines, especially focused at the temples of national heroes, becoming sacred objects in the worship space of the Vietnamese people. Phu Viet at the temple of King Dinh Tien Hoang near Tam Coc Ninh Binh is elaborately, sophisticatedly and carefully crafted with high stylization, a far cry from Phu Viet which is an ordinary sacrifice. On the top is the image of 3 spikes, subtly the image of the trident in the set of holes / jacks, however, the pose with flexible curves, dotted on it is a saber-shaped cloud pattern. The tails of the dragons descend, making this trio of spikes similar to the top of a mountain or a tablet. The middle part of Phu Viet’s body is perforated with the image of a mother dragon and a baby dragon intertwined, creating a dragon nest, not too rigid in an existing pattern like dragon nests in the Ming – Qing dynasties, China. The shape of the Vietnamese coating has an octagonal cross section, completely different from the usual Vietnamese coatings, all of which have a round body.

Phu Viet at the temple of King Dinh Tien Hoang near Tam Coc Ninh Binh is a work containing many symbolic values, cultural and artistic values and profound spiritual beliefs. Three major restorations that are indirectly related to this pair of Phu Viet are from the Le Trung Hung period – 17th century recorded on three steles, related to the creation of the Phu Viet couple here, which can be classified in the period of time. spread around the years 1606 – 1696 of the seventeenth century. It can be affirmed that the Doi Phu Viet temple worshiping King Dinh Tien Hoang is unique if compared with the entire system of holes/authentication currently being worshiped in temples, communal houses and shrines in our country. The pair of Phu Viet worshiping King Dinh Tien Hoang near Tam Coc Ninh Binh is a creation that brings unique values ​​of the type that makes Phu Viet here unlike any other object of the same name anywhere. The technique of sculpting and painting has reached its peak, so after more than 400 years, the colors of Phu Viet still remain the same.

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