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In China, 2 mirrors were discovered in Xi’an and Qinghai dating back to about 2000 BC belonging to the Qi country culture. Following that, the mirrors were also found at the tomb of Phu Hao, one of the 60 concubines of King Phu Hien of the Shang Dynasty, dating from 1300-1028 BC. After that, mirrors were used in a limited way in China during the Dong Chu period (c. 1045-771 BC). Dog corgi nice butt poster. The mirrors of that time were 6 to 12 cm in diameter, had no decoration and had a central protrusion hole in order to hang the mirror. This stage mirror is usually made of copper or copper alloy so it is thin in size and quite high in hardness. Evidence of subsequent mirrors is also found on Silk Road relics, in ancient tombs, and mentioned in ancient texts.
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