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English: Flower-patterned silk from the Tomb No. 1 at Mawangdui, Changsha, Hunan province, China, dated to the 2nd century BC during the Western Han Dynasty (202 BC - 9 AD). See : China Institute/ NOBLE TOMBS AT MAWANGDUI (exhibition). See also : Archaeology, a publication of the Archaeological Institute of America.
Français : Pièce de soie à motifs de fleurs. Mawangdui tombe 1. Musée de la province du Hunan.
Date 18 August 2008
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