Category:Dahuting Tomb murals

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English: The Dahuting Tomb (Chinese: 打虎亭汉墓, Pinyin: Dahuting Han mu; Wade-Giles: Tahut'ing Han mu) of the late Eastern Han Dynasty (25-220 AD), located in Zhengzhou, Henan province, China, was excavated in 1960-1961 and contains vault-arched burial chambers decorated with murals showing scenes of daily life.
For further information, see the Baidu article (in Chinese): 打虎亭汉墓.
Click here for more pictures and a step-by-step walkthrough of the tomb, from the outside, down a stairwell, and through the vaulted burial chambers.
Dahuting 
archaeological site
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Instance of archaeological site
LocationXinmi, Zhengzhou, Henan, PRC
Heritage designation

34° 30′ 47.16″ N, 113° 17′ 12.12″ E

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打虎亭漢墓 (ja); Han-Gräber von Dahuting (de); Dahuting (en); 打虎亭汉墓 (zh); Dahuting (la) archaeological site (en); archäologische Stätte in der Volksrepublik China (de); archeologische vindplaats in Volksrepubliek China (nl) Dahuting, Dahuting Han mu, Dahuting Hanmu (de)

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