|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Credit Line:||Gift of Anneliese Gutkind-Bulling, 1985|
|Other Number:||23 - Other Number|
Reclining Ram from Tomb (4)  from Shiziwan, Leshan.Profile of reclining ram with neck turned, head facing outward. Depictions of ram or sheep are numerous in Han funerary art because of the linguistic connections of the characters for sheep/ram, yang 羊, and auspiciousness, xiang 祥. This remains in popular Chinese culture down to the present day. Black ink on rice paper. From Han tomb reliefs.
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