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Song Dynasty

Statue of Laozi 老君岩

Statue of Laozi 老君岩, Song Dynasty
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Statue of Laozi 老君岩 is a Song Dynasty Stone Sculpture created from 1241 to 1252. The image is used according to Educational Fair Use, and tagged Portraits. Source

This statue of the philosopher poet Laozi, also known as Lau Tzu, was carved during the Song Dynasty from a naturally formed rock promentory in Quanzhou, in the Fukian Province.

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