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emperor"s procession two scrolls of the Ming dynasty by Na, Zhiliang.

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Published by National Palace Museum in Taipei .
Written in English


  • Chujing Tu (Scroll),
  • Rubi Tu (Scroll)

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Edition Notes

StatementNa Chih-liang, text ; William Kohler, color photography.
ContributionsKohler, William.
LC ClassificationsND1049.6.C483 N25
The Physical Object
Pagination168 p. :
Number of Pages168
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4601949M
LC Control Number77364960

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