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English: Tomb Guard (Wushi yong). Terra Cotta. Tang Dynasty (618 – 907). 7th – Early 8th Century. Cernuschi Museum, Paris, France.
Français : Musée Cernuschi, Paris, France.
Date 12 August 2006
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Author Guillaume Jacquet
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