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Inscriptions on the Stone "Que" Pillars of the Kaimu Temple at Mount Song

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Period: rubbing dating to Qianlong reign (1736-1795)
Medium: precise pale-ink rubbing
Format: single sheet

Dimensions:  88.5 × 231 cm

Authenticated and collected by Huang Yi (1744-1802)
Acquired in 1963

The rubbing was made in the third lunar month of the jiayin year (1794) of the Qianlong reign (1736-1795). The original stone que pillar was carved around 123 CE, and can be found at the foot of the Wansui Peak, Mount Song, Dengfeng, Henan province.

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