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File:Theatre actors, Yuan Dynasty.jpg

English: In mid-Imperial China, characters in theatrical performances wore elaborate costumes and stereotyped facial makeup, shown here in a large Yuan Dynasty (1279-1368 AD) mural in a hall of the Guangsheng Temple in Hongtong, Shanxi province.
日本語: 「雑戯図」(広勝下寺、水神廟明応王殿壁画) 元・泰定1年(1324) 山西省洪洞県
Date 1324(泰定元年四月日)
Source Scanned from Patricia Ebrey's Cambridge Illustrated of China (1999)
Author Yuan Chinese artist(s)
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