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Illustration of Taoist ritual from c. 1700 edition of the Chinese novel The Plum in the Golden Vase. Scanned from Taoism and the Arts of China by Stephen Little. (Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago. 2000. Page 192).
According to Little, the scene shown is of a ritual for the dead.
A detail of the altar is available at Image:Daoist altar from plum.jpg.
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|current||09:50, November 4, 2007||800 × 751 (197 KB)||PhloxBot||== Summary == Illustration of Taoist ritual from c. 1700 edition of the Chinese novel The Plum in the Golden Vase. Scanned from ''Taoism and the Arts of China'' by Stephen Little. (Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago. 2000. Page 192). According|