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English: A Chinese Western Han Dynasty (202 BC – 9 AD) bronze rhinoceros with gold and silver inlay.
中文: 西汉时代的错金银犀牛尊
Date 12 June 2008
Source, from the Beijing National Museum
Author Gary Lee Todd
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