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Relief with Rampant Tiger and Boar from a Funerary Stove Model

陶炉上的虎豬紋

202 BCE–220 CE
Overall: 10.1 x 22 x 1.7 cm (4 x 8 11/16 x 11/16 in.)
Weight: 0.56kg
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Han dynasty tombs were often furnished with grave goods to provide the deceased with items for the afterlife.

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This pottery panel and 1925.140 were made in molds to be joined with other panels to build a miniature stove. The panels, however, are not complete and presumably do not belong together. This panel depicts a tiger attacking a boar.
Relief with Rampant Tiger and Boar from a Funerary Stove Model

Relief with Rampant Tiger and Boar from a Funerary Stove Model

202 BCE–220 CE

China, from a tomb in Xi'an, Shaanxi province, Han dynasty (202 BCE–220 CE)

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