Title: Zhang Meng Long bei
WorkType: rubbings
Identifier: olvwork291323
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Title:  Zhang Meng Long bei
Alternate Title: Wei Lu Jun tai shou Zhang fu jun qing song zhi bei
Alternate Title: Lujun tai shou Zhang Menglong bei
Alternate Title: Bei wei Lujun tai shou Zhang Menglong bei
Item Identifier:  HOLLIS number 9585906
Work Type:  rubbings; stonework; calligraphy
Date:  522
Description:  Rubbing from stele of "Zhang Menglong bei" -- the tombstone of Zhang Menglong (an official buried on 3rd yr. of Zhengguang, Northern Wei Dynasty, 522).
Dimensions:  22.8 x 12.7 cm.
Associated Name:  Horikoshi, Yoshihiro (Japanese), donor
Topics:  calligraphy; inscriptions; models (representations); stele (archaeology); tombstones
Style/Period:  Northern Wei; Qing
Nationality/Culture:  Chinese
Materials/Techniques:  ink
Note:  Citation/references: Beijing tu shu guan cang Zhongguo li dai shi ke ta ben hui bian, 1989, v. 4, p. 121. ; Zeng bu jiao bei sui bi, 1981, p. 307. ; Shan ben bei tie lu, 1984, p. 73.
General: Script style: zheng shu. ; Ta ben, jing zhe zhuang, 1 v., 30 cm. ; 1 seal, Ku yue wen ku (Horikoshi bunko), on the 1st interleaving page. ; Stele currently located in Qufu, Shandong Province, China. ; For other information, please refer to HOLLIS number: 9585906
Historical: Stele date: 23rd day of 1st mo. of 3rd yr. of Zhengguang, Northern Wei Dynasty (522).
Related Information:  For further information, please see Hollis number 9585906
For images of entire work: http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:FHCL:2062975
Repository:  Harvard-Yenching Library
Record Identifier: olvwork291323

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