Chinese clapperless bronze bells produced mainly during the late Zhou (c. 600-255 BC) dynasty and used as a percussion instrument in ancient China. Although the term also denotes the religious bells used daily in Buddhist temples, this article treats only the ancient bells rarely used today.
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