warmth in winter
Incense Burner from the tomb of Prince Liu Sheng, Mancheng, Hebei. Han dynasty, 113 B.C.

Incense Burner from the tomb of Prince Liu Sheng, Mancheng, Hebei. Han dynasty, 113 B.C.

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