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Painting unearthed in a tomb with people dancing in front of an audience
Wall painting of a phoenix and a tiger in a tomb
Wall painting in a tomb in Le Yang; rams symbolize good luck
An exquisite pillar in a tomb
Wall painting from the tomb of Liao Yang
Portrait of a Dong Han Official
Painting of a bowman
A tomb-wall-painting with a macho man (owner of the tomb?) beating up a bull and a horse
Another wall painting from the tomb of Shandong Liang Shan
Color painting on piety unearthed in Le Ping
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