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This art work was found on a Ding. Dings were three-legged heavy vessels are were considered as a lucky omen for the unification of the kingdom. When Shi Emperor's Ding accidentally dropped into the river, Shi ordered his men to find it with all costs. After long hours of efforts, they managed to tie a rope to the Ding. According to the legend, as they were ready to pull the Ding out of the raging water, a dragon emerged from the river, bit the rope and it fell back into the river.
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