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By courtesy of the University Museum, Philadelphia Tang dynasty copy in the
British Museum) illustrates a 3rd-century ... The South saw few major painters in
the 5th century, but the settled reign of Liang Wu Ti in the 6th produced a number
the early 4th century, were models of weapons, personal ornaments, and
furniture; they were followed by those representing animals (notably horses),
human beings, and houses. During the middle 5th and 6th centuries, numer- By
courtesy of ...
In the 6th century bc, wheels with 34 spokes were buried in the Altai Mountains.
... A Chinese work of the 4th century bc describes wheels with 30 spokes; and
such wheels, dating from the 4th or 3rd century bc, have been excavated.
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