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10:43, June 29, 2009

Cultural relics from Hanyang Mausoleum exhibited in Taipei (6)

Visitors gaze at a colorful clay figurine of a female servant in kneeling posture excavated from the Mausoleum of Emperor Jingdi of the Western Han Dynasty (202 BC - 8 AD), during the Smiling Color Clay Figurines special exhibition of cultural relics from the underground kingdom of Emperor Jingdi who reigned from 156 BC to 141 BC, which opens in Taipei, southeast China's Taiwan, June 26, 2009. Some 200 pieces of exquisite rare cultural relics unearthed from the Hanyang Mausoleum are accessible in close range to the Taiwanese visitors. (Xinhua/Wu Ching-teng)

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