Tortoise & Snake Mural, Goguryeo Tomb

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Mark Cartwright
by ddol-mang
published on 28 September 2016
Tortoise & Snake Mural, Goguryeo Tomb

A wall-painting depicting a tortoise and snake (symbolising North) from the Great Tomb at Kangso near Pyongyang. Goguryeo kingdom, early 7th century CE.

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