39 Ming Dynasty carved printing boards found in Fu

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39 Ming Dynasty engraving printing plates found in Anfu county, Jiangxi Province recently, cultural relics workers in Anfu county found 39 Ming Dynasty engraving printing plates in the county. The printed boards are made of camphor wood, but generally speaking, the progress is not great. They are 2 cm thick, 1 foot long, 9 inches wide, and about 400 words on both sides. There are three fonts, branch, grass and regular script. "Chen Yanwen believes that it is neat, vigorous, romantic and free-ranging, and is equipped with 12 Figure landscape paintings, which are exquisite and quite famous. The printed board records in detail the local human geography, Buddhist culture, the deeds of Confucian children, the customs and habits of the Ming Dynasty and the local landscape

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