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Chabi, wife of Khubilai (a.k.a. Shizu). Paint and ink on silk. Portrait cropped out of a page from an album depicting several consorts of Yuan emperors (Yuandai dihou banshenxiang), now located in the National Palace Museum in Taipei (inv. nr. zhonghua 000325). Original size is 48 cm wide and 61.5 cm high. For the full page, see Image:YuanEmpressAlbumChabiAndTaji.jpg.
Note: Some rows or columns of pixels near the margins of the pic may have been manipulated by me (Yaan) for optics. For an unaltered (except cropping) version, see the image at Image:YuanEmpressAlbumChabiAndTaji.jpg.

Date 14th century
Source Dschingis Khan und seine Erben (exhibition catalogue), München 2005, p. 308
Author Anige (aslo known as Araniko) of Nepal, an astronomer, engineer, painter, and confidant of Kublai Khan


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