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Discover two Chu culture artefacts with an apotropaic function: a tomb guardian zhenmushou with antler-stand and a drum stand huzuo niaojia gu which takes the form of two waders, back to back, both dating to the Warring States period (403-221 BCE). Taken to the grave long ago by their owner, these artefacts now belong to The Ann & Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum collection in Dallas.
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Estelle Niklès van Osselt and Marie Orsi
“An Ode to the Ancestors. Two Chu Culture Artefacts” in Arts & Cultures 2020, pp. 180-193.