Images of dragons in Chinese art were depicted as early as the Neolithic period (ca. 7000–1700 BCE). The symbolism of the earliest dragons on jade and objects is still a mystery. However, by the Han (206 BCE–220 CE), dragons were believed to be water creatures that reside in rivers and oceans. They are divine rulers of moving water. They can fly into clouds to control the weather and bring life-giving rain. Dragons are also of masculine power and majesty. In Chinese artworks, dragons are often depicted as chasing or catching a flaming pearl, representing wisdom and . Dragons have been so popular throughout Chinese art and culture that the Chinese consider themselves “descendants of the dragon.”
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