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Taizong Horse Relief - Quanmaogua 3D Model
From the mausoleum of Tang Taizong at Zhaoling in Xi’an China. Dated to the Tang Dynasty around 649 CE. The horse depicted here is named Curly. Portrayed in paintings with a wavy coat of saffron-yellow hair, he was instrumental in suppressing a dangerous uprising. Although there are nine arrows, six in the front and three in the back sticking out of his body, the horse is shown walking briskly and with a spirit that defies his wounds.
Penn Musuem Object Number: C396