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This stone inscription in Chinese is located at Yangtai Palace (陽臺宮), Jiyuan, Henan, China. It is dated 1368-1911 (Ming or Qing 明清 period). Dimensions: 44 cm (H) ✕ 84 cm (W). Further details are provided in the accompanying metadata spreadsheet, "Inscription metadata for Cluster 2.1 (2017): Jiyuan Shi (China)" under ID YT-88.
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This stone inscription in Chinese is located at Yangtai Palace (陽臺宮), Jiyuan, Henan, China. It is dated 1368-1911 (Ming or Qing 明清 period). Dimensions: 62.5 cm (H) ✕ 62 cm (W). Further details are provided in the accompanying metadata spreadsheet, "Inscription metadata for Cluster 2.1 (2017): Jiyuan Shi (China)" under ID YT-93.
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This stele in Chinese is located in Dongzhen Temple (東鎮廟) at Mount Yi, Linqu, Shandong province. It dates to 1510, the Ming (明) period. The stele top was damaged. The size of the surviving portion of this stele is 135cm (H) x 75cm (W) x 13.5cm (D). Further details are provided in the accompanying metadata spreadsheet, "Inscription metadata for Cluster 2.1 (2018): Linqu Xian (China)" under ID DZ-77. Recto [1]. Verso [2].
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This stele in Chinese is located in Dongzhen Temple (東鎮廟) at Mount Yi, Linqu, Shandong province. It dates to 1714, the Qing (清) period. The body of this stele fractured into three parts, which were later cobbled togather. Dimensions: 147cm (H) x 45.5cm (W) x 13cm (D). Further details are provided in the accompanying metadata spreadsheet, "Inscription metadata for Cluster 2.1 (2018): Linqu Xian (China)" under ID DZ-106.
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This stele in Chinese is located in Dongzhen Temple (東鎮廟) at Mount Yi, Linqu, Shandong province. It dates to 1492, the Ming (明) period. The body of this stele fractured into several parts and only two pieces were left, which were later cobbled togather. Dimensions: 148cm (H) x 96cm (W) x 20cm (D). Further details are provided in the accompanying metadata spreadsheet, "Inscription metadata for Cluster 2.1 (2018): Linqu Xian (China)" under ID DZ-86.
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This stele in Chinese is located in Dongzhen Temple (東鎮廟) at Mount Yi, Linqu, Shandong province. It dates to 1682, the Qing (清) period. Only two parts of the stele body remains which were later cobbled together. The size of the surviving portion of one fragment is 45cm (H) x 30cm (W) x 11cm (D), the other 38cm (H) x 27cm (W) x 11cm (D). Further details are provided in the accompanying metadata spreadsheet, "Inscription metadata for Cluster 2.1 (2018): Linqu Xian (China)" under ID DZ-119.
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This stele in Chinese is located in Dongzhen Temple (東鎮廟) at Mount Yi, Linqu, Shandong province. It dates to 1473, the Ming (明) period. The upper half of this stele is entirely missing. The size of the surviving portion of this stele is 79cm (H) x 67cm (W) x 20cm (D). Further details are provided in the accompanying metadata spreadsheet, "Inscription metadata for Cluster 2.1 (2018): Linqu Xian (China)" under ID DZ-96. Recto [1]. Verso [2].
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