Found in a Han tomb in the Chinese colony of Lelang in north Korea (Nangnang), this lacquered basket bears representations of model sons. - stock photo
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Found in a Han tomb in the Chinese colony of Lelang in north Korea (Nangnang), this lacquered basket bears representations of model sons.

Found in a Han tomb in the Chinese colony of Lelang in north Korea (Nangnang), this lacquered basket bears representations of model sons. The majority of the names inscribed at the sides of the figures are from the Chinese work "Hiao-king" which deals with the subject of obedient children. Country of Origin: Korea (photographed 1962) Culture: Korean. Date/Period: 330BC-300AD. Place of Origin: Nangnang (Naknang). Material Size: Lacquered basketwork. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Central History Museum, P'Yongyang North Korea. Location: 01.

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Heritage Images / Werner Forman Archive 2

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3543 x 3089 pixels

Print Size @ 300 dpi
12 x 10 inches / 30 x 26 cm

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