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Old 02-12-2009, 07:54 AM
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Two missed tablets call "boundary tablet",the name of defense district was carved on tablets .
Here is sample at Baiyangyu GW , two existing tablets were carved respectively as "Western boundary of Yanhelu "“东协燕河路西界”,and "Eastern boundary of Taipinglu"“中协太平路东界”
And here is how they look today

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And here is how they look today
Nice potos! a oriental salute to Kim ,
I am very appreciated if you know where two tablets of Baiyangyu locate in GE , i shall link your photo to my GW map .
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Nice potos! a oriental salute to Kim ,
I am very appreciated if you know where two tablets of Baiyangyu locate in GE , i shall link your photo to my GW map .
I know where they are.

Is that a public GW map?
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Is that a public GW map?
ok, i will find it from public GW map later,thanks
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Smile Heliukou pictures

Kim: Your Heliukou pictures are really wonderful!
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Kim: Your Heliukou pictures are really wonderful!
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The stone tablets that probably divided the wall in two sections here have sadly disappeared long time ago.

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The stolen tablets were restored by me , this boundary tablet locates at point B near Heliukou as picture 2 . The next boundary tablet near Baiyangyu as picture 3 locates at point A in picture 2 .
So, Dongxieyanhelu 东协燕河路(name of troop unit) in Ming dynasty was in charge of the section between A and B .

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The stolen tablets were restored by me , this boundary tablet locates at point B near Heliukou as picture 2 . The next boundary tablet near Baiyangyu as picture 3 locates at point A in picture 2 .
So, Dongxieyanhelu 东协燕河路(name of troop unit) in Ming dynasty was in charge of the section between A and B.
I think the location of some items are better left untold!

In the future I will strongly consider what I want to publish here on the forum and what things I should keep to myself!
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I think the location of some items are better left untold!

In the future I will strongly consider what I want to publish here on the forum and what things I should keep to myself!
You are innocent on publicing location of A,I found it from Chinese GW forum .
I think to keep location untold for preventing some items from ruinned is not good way ,to figure out the right way by local authority is ought to do .
For instance , to keep ancient tablets from ruinned or stolen, why they didn't reproduce stone tablets for viewing on public, and keep the orignal one into museum.
May be they had done as i proposed already .

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You are innocent on publicing location of A,I found it from Chinese GW forum .
I think to keep location untold for preventing some items from ruinned is not good way ,to figure out the right way by local authority is ought to do .
For instance , to keep annicent tablets from ruined or stolen, why they didn't reproduce stone tablets for viewing on public, and keep the orignal one into museum.
May be they had done as i proposed already .
I will not take part in any publication of such items in the future. I do not wish to spark an interest in items like that by publishing pictures, that might lead to publication of the precise location one day. I think it is highly naive to think that the local authorities is going to protect these things just by making it public - that is not going to happen.
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