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    The Map of Lu

    It is the rubbing in Song Dynasty, and it is the earliest known city flat map of carved stone.

    Witness to a Prosecution

    This is the first systematic forensic medicine work in the world, which is written by Song Ci in Song Dynasty. The version of this one is from "Ge Zhi Series of Books" edited by Hu Wenhuan in Ming Dynasty.


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    Memory in the New Year Pictures
    The exhibition displays 120 items from NLC New Year pictures collection and 110 items of New Year Pictures Project representative inheritors' works....
    The Exhibition on Dunhuang Historical Photographs in the late Qing Dynasty and Minguo Period
    The Library Cave of Dunhuang Mo Kao Grottoes, which was discovered in 112 ago, opened the treasure house of literature in the medieval period of China....

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