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[[underlined]]Plates[[/underlined]]     ii.

Plate 12, fig. 1....Watchtower of Ch'u Chuang Wang, near Hsin Cheng Hsien.
"         fig. 2....Donkey wearing "barnacles, central China.
Plate 13, fig. 1....Easternmost Lian lion.
"         fig. 2....Pair of confronting Liang lions flanking "spirit-path".
Plate 14, fig. 2....Inscribed stela and stone tortoise.
"         fig. 1....Fluted column with "lioncel".
Plate 15, fig. 1....Flood-plain of the I Shui.
"         fig. 2...."Stepped" mound, Yen Tu.
Plate 16, fig. 1....Remnant of ancient earthen city-wall, Yen Tu.
"         fig. 2...."Stepped" mound with ramps, Yen Tu.
Plate 17, fig. 1....Potsherds in mound, Yen Tu.
"         fig. 2...."Burnt layer", Yen Tu.
Plate 18,       ....Street in T'ung Kuan, the "Chinese Gibralter".
Plate 19, fig. 1....The Hua Shan (sacred mountain), Shansi.
"         fig. 2....Peking city-wall (for comparison)^[[with amt Earthen city-walls.]]
Plate 20, fig. 1....Column in temple, Ming tombs (for comparison).
"         fig. 2....Gorge of the Ching Ho, Shensi.
Plate 21, fig. 1....Mound of Ho Ch'u-ping (center).
"         fig. 2....Horse trampling barbarian warrior.
Plate 22, fig. 1....Face of barbarian (enlarged).
"         fig. 2....Second horse, mound of Ho Ch'u-ping.
Plate 23  ..........Boulder carved with design of ogre and bear.
Plate 24  ..........Face of bear in [[strikethrough]]above[[/strikethrough]]^[[previous]]group (enlarged).
Plate 25, fig. 1....Stone figure of water buffalo, mound of Ho Ch'u-ping.
"         fig. 2....Animal figure (pig or rat?), mound of Ho Ch'u-ping.
Plate 26, fig. 1....Prehistoric jar, coarse gray ware; North China.

Transcription Notes:
in the Plates section Plate 19, fig 2 - think the handwritten note goes with it - handwriting is hard to decipher. Plate 24 states that it is a close up of Plate 23

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