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- Series: Suite des seize estampes représentant les Conquêtes de l' Empereur de la Chine
Plate XIII: Qing military encampment with tents and yurts; inside, three Qing figures seated under an awning receive a small group of Turkic Muslims accompanied by Qing guards, watched by Qing figures under awnings on either side; in front to left and right, kneeling prisoners make offerings of livestock and other goods; to left, reached by a bridge over a river, the fortifed city Ush-Turfan. 1783
Etching and engraving
Reduced copy of Plate 6 in the original set: The Chief of 'Uš [Turfan] submits with his town ('Le Chef d'Uš [Turfan] se soumet avec sa ville')
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Height: 267 millimetres
Width: 428 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- One of the group of Turkic Muslims facing the Qing dignitaries may be the beg Hodjis of Ush-Turfan.
For a description of the set, see 1877,0714.1505.
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