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Story of Jin Midi - A black and white drawing of two people sitting on a bench

Story of Jin Midi - A black and white drawing of two people sitting on...

The story of Jin Midi. Wu Liang Shrine, Jiaxiang, Shandong. 2nd century AD. Ink rubbings derived from stone-carved reliefs as represented in Feng Yunpeng and Feng Yunyuan, Jinshi suo (1824 edition), n.p. Jin ... More

Yellowemperor - 中國歷史圖片,維基媒體

Yellowemperor - 中國歷史圖片,維基媒體

The Yellow Emperor, one of the mythical Five Sovereigns. Inscription reads: 'The Yellow Emperor created and changed a great many things; he invented weapons and the wells and fields system; he devised upper an... More

Que, or pillar gate, at the Wu Family Shrine

Que, or pillar gate, at the Wu Family Shrine

A que, or "pillar gate" monumental tower standing in front of the Wu Family Shrines built in Shandong province, China, during the 2nd century AD. This photo was taken at the turn of the 20th century by Édouard ... More

Emperor Shun - A black and white drawing of a man in a hat

Emperor Shun - A black and white drawing of a man in a hat

Emperor Shun, one of the mythical Five Sovereigns.Inscription reads: The God Shun, Zhong Hua, plowed beyond Mount Li; in three years he had developed it (Birrell, Chinese Mythology, ISBN 0-8018-6183-7, p.71Bân... More

Shennong 2 - 中國歷史圖片,維基媒體

Shennong 2 - 中國歷史圖片,維基媒體

Shennong, the Farmer God, with his plow. Inscription reads: 'The Farmer God taught agriculture based on land use; he opened up the land and planted millet to encourage the myriad people (Birrell, Chinese Mytho... More

Wu Family Shrine chariots and horses

Wu Family Shrine chariots and horses

Rubbing detail of chariots and horses in Stone Chamber 1 of the "Wu Family Shrines" in Shandong Province, China, dated to the 2nd century AD, made during the Eastern Han Dynasty.

Yellow emperor Wu Family Shrine

Yellow emperor Wu Family Shrine

日本語: 黄帝像、武氏祠 石室 第1石  上部、画像石、拓本 English: Rubbing of the relief on stone walls in Wu Family Shrine(ACE2nd century). The Yellow Emperor, one of the mythical Five Sovereigns. Inscription: 'The Yellow Emperor c... More

Emperor Shun Wu family shrine

Emperor Shun Wu family shrine

Rubbing of the relief on stone walls in Wu Family Shrine(ACE2nd century). Emperor Shun, one of the mythical Five Sovereigns.Inscription reads: The God Shun, Zhong Hua, plowed beyond Mount Li; in three years h... More

武氏家族墓地入口平面图

武氏家族墓地入口平面图

中文(简体):武氏家族墓地入口平面图,关野贞绘于1909年

Diku - A black and white drawing of a man with a sword

Diku - A black and white drawing of a man with a sword

Emperor Ku, one of the mythical Five Sovereigns. Inscription reads: 'The God Ku, Gao Xin, was the great grandson of the Yellow Emperor.' (Birrell, Chinese Mythology, ISBN 0-8018-6183-7, p.48)中文:帝俈(喾),高辛者,黄帝之曾孙也

武梁祠第三石

武梁祠第三石

中文(简体):武梁祠第三石

后羿射日 - 中國歷史圖片,維基媒體

后羿射日 - 中國歷史圖片,維基媒體

中文(简体)‎: 后羿射日

Confucian scholars of Wu Family Shrines, tracing from Jinshisuo CADAL09010673 金石索(九)2

Confucian scholars of Wu Family Shrines, tracing from Jinshisuo CADAL0...

Confucian scholars of Wu Family Shrines, tracing from Jinshisuo CADAL09010673 金石索·

Story scenes of "Two Peaches Kill Three Knights" and a procession

Story scenes of "Two Peaches Kill Three Knights" and a procession

中文:“二桃杀三士”故事场景及游行画像石拓片 English: Rubbing from pictorial relief carving of 3 registers depicting story scenes: in the middle register, the historical story of "Two Peaches Kill Three Knights" (an ingenious plan ... More

武梁祠前石室第六石

武梁祠前石室第六石

中文(简体):武梁祠前石室第六石

Battle at the Bridge, West Wall, Stone Chamber 1

Battle at the Bridge, West Wall, Stone Chamber 1

Rubbing detail from Stone Chamber 1 on the West Wall of the Wu Family Shrine in Shandong Province, China, dated 2nd century AD during the Eastern Han Dynasty. This scene is described as thus by Cary Y Liu and E... More

Gate-Pillars, or Que, at the Wu Family Shrine

Gate-Pillars, or Que, at the Wu Family Shrine

A pair of que, or "pillar gates", small monumental gate towers standing in front of the Wu Family Shrines built in Shandong province, China, during the 2nd century AD. This photo was taken at the turn of the 20... More

武梁祠前石室第十一石

武梁祠前石室第十一石

中文(简体):武梁祠前石室第十一石

Han Mural 2 - 中國歷史圖片,維基媒體

Han Mural 2 - 中國歷史圖片,維基媒體

Public domain image of a mythological scene, classic mythology, free to use, no copyright restrictions - Picryl description

Emperor Yao - 中國歷史圖片,維基媒體

Emperor Yao - 中國歷史圖片,維基媒體

Emperor Yao, one of the mythical Five Sovereigns. Inscription reads: The God Yao, Fang Xun, was humane like Heaven itself, and wise like a divine being; to be near him was like approaching the sun, to look at ... More

Qihuangongguanzhong 2

Qihuangongguanzhong 2

Duke Huan of Qi and Guan Zhong depicted on Wu Family Shrines stone-relief. 中文:山东武氏祠汉代画像石的拓片。原图表现的是齐鲁“长勺会盟”时的情景。

武斑碑铭

武斑碑铭

中文(简体):武氏祠武斑碑铭

武梁碑铭

武梁碑铭

中文(简体):武氏祠武梁碑铭

左石室第四石

左石室第四石

中文(简体):左石室第四石

武荣碑铭

武荣碑铭

中文(简体):武氏祠武荣碑铭

Jingkeciqinwang

Jingkeciqinwang

Chinese tomb mural at Han dynasty. Jing Ke vs Qin Shi Huang

武梁祠第二石

武梁祠第二石

中文(简体):武梁祠第二石

Zhong You Zilu 子路 CADAL09010673 金石索(九)

Zhong You Zilu 子路 CADAL09010673 金石索(九)

Zilu, or Zhong You, disciple of Confucius in Wu Family Shrines, tracing from Jinshisuo (金石索)

Emperor Zhuanxu - 中國歷史圖片,維基媒體

Emperor Zhuanxu - 中國歷史圖片,維基媒體

Zhuanxu, one of the mythical Five Sovereigns. Inscription reads: 'The God Zhuanxu, Gao Yang, was the grandson of the Yellow Emperor and the son of Chang Yi' (Birrell, Chinese Mythology, ISBN 0-8018-6183-7, p.4... More

Xiajie - A black and white drawing of a man with a scythe

Xiajie - A black and white drawing of a man with a scythe

Jie (桀), last ruler of Xia-dynasty sitting on two women and wearing a halberd on his shoulder. Rubbing of relief from the Wu-family Shrines, Jiaxiang, Shandong, China, around 150 CE.

武梁祠第一石

武梁祠第一石

中文(简体):武梁祠第一石