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《Archaeology and Cultural Relics》 2011-02
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Notes of Two Tomb Guardians of the Tang Dynasty

Liu Weipeng  
The author aims to investigate and research on two tomb guardians.The first one was excavated from Ashina Zhong's tomb which was one of the attendant burials in Zhao Mausoleum.The second one is collected by and now stored at Xianyang Museum.The one from Ashina Zhong's tomb combines the deities of 'tiangan'(天干)and 'dizhi'(地支)to-gether in representation and shows the pattern of 'sifang yazhen'(guard at four directions)similar to the drawing of 'shang xing renxue'(商姓壬穴)in Dili Xingshu(地理新书),a Nothern Song Document.Such pattern is obviously different from that of 'wufang zhenmu'(guard at five directions)which was prevalent during the Late Tang Dynasty.Besides,the 'huaidao' (怀道)tomb guardian should belong to one of the Ten Turkic Khans,Ashina Huaidao,who was buried at Dujiabu in Xianyang city.
【CateGory Index】: K878.8
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