File:Figures in a cortege, tomb of Li Xian, Tang Dynasty.jpg

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Figures in a cortege, from a wall mural in the Tang Dynasty Chinese tomb of Li Xian, also known as Crown Prince Zhanghuai (653–684 AD), who was not interred at the Qianling Mausoleum in Shaanxi until 706 AD, when he (alongside other victims of Empress Wu's reign) were exonerated by Emperor Zhongzong. The attendant figures of his tomb seen here measure roughly 1.6 m (63 in) in height.

Date AD
Source Scanned from William Watson's Art of Dynastic China (1981)
Author Tang Chinese tomb artist
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