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Lei, Congyun, Yang Yang, and Gushan Zhao
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Liu, Ch’iu sheng and Wai wen ch’u pan she (editors)
1984 Recent Discoveries in Chinese Archaeology: 28 Articles by Chinese Archaeologists Describing Their Excavations. Foreign Languages Press, Beijing.

McMahon, Keith
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Guo, Qinghua
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Websites

290 Ancient Tombs Found in Beijing

Imperial Concubine Tombs

Qianling Tomb (China's Museum)

Qianling Tomb




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