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Name: dai (dai, four sounds, the same sound) Hou family cemetery life map

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Introduction: Western Han Dynasty coloring 205 cm vertical horizontal 92 cm horizontal width 47.7 cm Hunan Provincial Museum Collection

Background: This painting was unearthed after the death of the wife of Changsha Guomao, the first tomb of Changsha Mawangdui, and was unearthed in 1972. On the raft, it is T-shaped. The center part of the painting is the wife of Minhou, the tomb owner. She is dressed in a robes and a cane, and she is a temperament. In front of her, two men were greeted with a case, and three maids were kindly served behind them. The characters are accurately sculpt with the lines of the hairspring, the side image and the obese, slightly squat body, and the miraculously preserved corpse of the old woman more than 2,000 years ago. This painting is divided into three parts: the upper part is the theme of the ascension of the tomb of the tomb, depicting the son-in-law, the sun, the moon, the hibiscus tree, the rushing moon, and the dragon flying, suggesting the desire of the tomb owner to ascend to heaven after the death; The owner of the tomb is in daily life; the lower part is painted with two entangled cymbals, and a naked man is on his back. This painting is drawn with light ink, then outlined by ink lines or color lines. The color is mainly flat, and there are also renderings. The pigments used are cinnabar, earth red, barley, garcinia and silver powder, and enamel powder.