Home in eternity

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House in eternity

Home in eternity

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(*************** )The Grand Girl was buried with numerous intriguing artifacts including this design of a wood home. Your house has a yard and 3 spaces. Entirely it has to do with34 cm (134 inches) large and196 cm( 7.7 inches) in

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Tiny designs of a table and chair were discovered inside your house.

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This silver pendant, discovered within the Grand Girl’s casket, has an image that illustrates 2 dragons who are revealed chasing after pearls archaeologists state.

It has to do with 9.4 cm( 3.7 inches) long and 7.1 cm( 2.8 inches) large.

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Entertainment included

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Many figurines were discovered in the Grand Girl’s burial place. The figurines of10 female music entertainers who
are using masks are displayed in this picture.

They are made from wood.

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) The picture reveals numerous wood figurines,
discovered in the burial place, that illustrate warriors and servants.

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Appeal divine

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Beauty divine

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) Among the silver barrettes that the Grand Girl was buried with. It is204 cm( 8 inches) long and remains in the shape of flowers and leaves.

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This banner, discovered on top of her casket, has composing which determines the burial place resident as a “Grand Girl” who resided in “Ankang Commandery.

” Her name is tough to see however archaeologists think that it might be “née Jian.
” She lived throughout the Tune Dynasty, a time when art, culture and science thrived in China.

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