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Description Stone rubbing of an ancient Chinese Han Dynasty odometer horse cart (汉代记里鼓车); the original relief came from the Xiao Tang Shan Tomb, c. 125 AD. Four musicians are seen seated in the cart and playing pan-pipes.
Date Han Dynasty 202 BC–220 AD
Source Rubbing in the collection of Mr. E. Bredsdorff from a tomb relief that is now located in the Palace Museum, Beijing.
Author An artist from the Han Dynasty

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