COLLAPSED ROOF TILES ON BUILDING 4-1, SHANGJING, BOHAI KINGDOM (698-926), SHOWING UNDISTURBED TILE POSITIONS. SOURCE: BOHAI SHANGJINGCHENG – TAASA Review December 2013
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Eaves cover tile, building 4, Shangjing, Bohai Kingdom (698-926).
Source: Bohai Shangjingcheng Shangjing eaves-cover tile with wadang, building 3, Shangjing Bohai Kingdom (698-926), 24.6cm (L), 16.4-16.8cm (W), 17cm (D).
Source: Bohai Shangjingcheng The Shangjing tiles are comparable to that used in Gordion, the capital of the Phrygian kingdom (8th century BCE) in Anatolia...