MOESM1 of Identification of the proto-inkstone by organic residue analysis: a case study from the Changle Cemetery in China

Meng Ren, &
Additional file 1: Figure S1. Chinese inkstones from different periods: (a, b) a round/rectangular stone plate with a small grinding stone in the Western Han Dynasty (202 BCâ AD 8)[1][2]; (c) a concave inkstone in the Wei-Jin Dynasties (AD 220â 420)[3]; (d) an inkstone in the contemporary age (collected in National Museum of China). [1] HPICR (Hubei Provincial Institute of Cultural Relics) (1993) Fenghuangshan M168 of the Han Dynasty in Jiangling County (in Chinese), Acta...
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