Museum Suffers Shortage of Relics Professionals

May 19, 2017  By Yao Lan  Editor: Jane Wang
Museum Suffers Shortage of Relics Professionals

A professional works with a pottery figurine covered with dust at Hanyang Mausoleum Museum in Xianyang City, northwest China's Shaanxi Province. Excavations at the tomb of Liu Qi (188 - 141 DC), Emperor Jing of the Han Dynasty, have uncovered a great number of pottery figurines but there is a dire shortage of professionals to clean up or restore the cultural relics, local media reported. [cnwest.com]

Museum Suffers Shortage of Relics Professionals

A professional takes pictures of relics covered with soil at Hanyang Mausoleum Museum in Xianyang City, northwest China's Shaanxi Province. Excavations at the tomb of Liu Qi (188 - 141 DC), Emperor Jing of the Han Dynasty, have uncovered a great number of pottery figurines but there is a dire shortage of professionals to clean up or restore the cultural relics, local media reported. [cnwest.com]

Museum Suffers Shortage of Relics Professionals

A professional works with relics covered with soil at Hanyang Mausoleum Museum in Xianyang City, northwest China's Shaanxi Province. Excavations at the tomb of Liu Qi (188 - 141 DC), Emperor Jing of the Han Dynasty, have uncovered a great number of pottery figurines but there is a dire shortage of professionals to clean up or restore the cultural relics, local media reported. [cnwest.com]

Museum Suffers Shortage of Relics Professionals

A professional works with a pottery figurine covered with dust at Hanyang Mausoleum Museum in Xianyang City, northwest China's Shaanxi Province. Excavations at the tomb of Liu Qi (188 - 141 DC), Emperor Jing of the Han Dynasty, have uncovered a great number of pottery figurines but there is a dire shortage of professionals to clean up or restore the cultural relics, local media reported. [cnwest.com]

 

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