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Qing-era print depicting Cai as the patron of papermaking, 18th century
Qing-era print depicting Cai as the patron of papermaking, 18th century
Posthumous depiction of Emperor Zhang from the Sancai Tuhui, whom Cai served under for 13 years as a Xiao Huangmen
Posthumous depiction of Emperor Zhang from the Sancai Tuhui, whom Cai served under for 13 years as a Xiao Huangmen
The Three Gods of Paper-making, Cai Lun (in the middle) with the Korean monk Damjing (on the left), who brought the art to Japan, and Mochizuki Seibei
The Three Gods of Paper-making, Cai Lun (in the middle) with the Korean monk Damjing (on the left), who brought the art to Japan, and Mochizuki Seibei (who brought the art to Nishijima (西嶋)). Kept in the Minobu Town Museum of History and Folklore.
Cai Lun's traditional tomb, Longting [zh], Hanzhong, Shaanxi Province.
Cai Lun's traditional tomb, Longting [zh], Hanzhong, Shaanxi Province.
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A group of eunuchs in a mural from the tomb of the prince Zhanghuai, 706 AD
A group of eunuchs in a mural from the tomb of the prince Zhanghuai, 706 AD
A Chinese eunuch boy in 1901 during the Qing dynasty with all his genitals removed.
A Chinese eunuch boy in 1901 during the Qing dynasty with all his genitals removed.
Han bannerwoman Yu Roung Ling
Han bannerwoman Yu Roung Ling
Empress Longyu with a eunuch on the right behind her and a palace maid on the left behind her
Empress Longyu with a eunuch on the right behind her and a palace maid on the left behind her