Eulogy for burying a crane and the art of Chinese calligraphy /
"Eulogy for Burying a Crane (Yihe ming) is perhaps the most eccentric piece in China's calligraphic canon. Apparently marking a burial of a crane, the large inscription, datable to 514 CE, was once carved into a cliff on Jiaoshan Island in the Yangzi River. Since the discovery of its ruins...
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