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Cuan Bao Zi Bei

Cuan Bao Zi Bei is a famous stone stele. It's carved in 405 and discovered in 1778 in Qu Jing of Yun Nan province.

It's carved about 30 years after Wang Xizhi passed away. But the calligraphy style is far away from Wang Xizhi's style. The script is between Li Shu and Cao Shu. Carving stone stele was forbidden in Jin dynasty. So this stone stele is very rare.

The calligraphy is between Li Shu and Kai Shu so some poeple also called it Li Shu.

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