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    • ISSN: 1793-8236 (Online)
    • Abbreviated Title Int. J. Eng. Technol.
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    • DOI: 10.7763/IJET
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IJET 2023 Vol.15(2): 57-61
DOI: 10.7763/IJET.2023.V15.1220

Identification Design of the Emblem Pattern on the Official Robes of the Central Plains Dynasty — Taking the Ming Dynasty as an Example

Xin-Zhi Huang*, Chuko Cheng, and Yu-Che Huang

Abstract—These Identity design has been an important subject of human concern since ancient times. In ancient feudal society, the same group of people formed a pyramid structure. Taking the Qing Empire as an example, the emperor's robe is yellow with a dragon emblem embroidered on it, symbolizing the emperor's majesty, while the official robes are divided into bird patterns and animal patterns, forming a strict hierarchy. In addition to the level identification between the same groups, the power information and other information of different groups can also be clearly distinguished from each other. For example, the Japanese family crest shows the family information to which the individual belongs, while the European family crest is more of a multi-level presentation, which may include family, class, status and other information. In addition, both of them have a long history and culture and a well-structured and systematic emblem pattern. When later generations studied the totem emblem patterns in other regions, they invariably used the two as a reference for comparison.
What are these coats of arms and coats of arms used as a basis for judging status and class? This is the goal of this study, and it is hoped that the final findings will serve as a reference for other researchers.

Index Terms—Class, heraldry, identity design

The authors are with the Department of Industrial Design-Design Artifact Culture Lab, Chaoyang University of Technology, China. *Correspondence: king42529145@gmail.com (X.-Z.H.)


Cite: Xin-Zhi Huang, Chuko Cheng, and Yu-Che Huang, "Identification Design of the Emblem Pattern on the Official Robes of the Central Plains Dynasty — Taking the Ming Dynasty as an Example," International Journal of Engineering and Technology vol. 15, no. 2, pp. 57-61, 2023.

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