This mausoleum, situated in Jie Fang Bei Road in Guangzhou near the Yue Xiu Park is not easy to find. It was discovered in 1983 while digging for new residence buildings. That museum displays the site of king Nan Yue's tomb and all the artifacts excavated at the time of its discovery including a jade shroud sewn with silk thread, several small statues among which a dancer in jade, and a "rhyton" also in jade, and several seals. There is also an exhibition of ceramic pillows of diverse sizes and kinds which belonged to collectors like one Yeung and one Yang Yong-de : the pillows are arranged in a chronological way, from the Tang through to the Yuan Dynasties.
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