THE HISTORY >kiss & tell<

A TLV mirror is a type of bronze mirror that was popular during the Han Dynasty in China. They are called TLV mirrors because symbols resembling the letters T, L, and V are engraved into them. They were produced from around the 2nd century BCE until the 2nd century CE. Symbolism Scholars are engaged in a debate as to what the symbols on TLV mirrors mean. Some scholars believe that they represent ideas from Chinese Cosmology, while others believe that they could also be used to play the boardgame of liubo. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TLV_mirror

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    A TLV mirror is a type of bronze mirror that was popular during the Han Dynasty in China. They are called TLV mirrors because symbols resembling the letters T, L, and V are engraved into them. They were produced from around the 2nd century BCE until the 2nd century CE. Symbolism Scholars are engaged in a debate as to what the symbols on TLV mirrors mean. Some scholars believe that they represent ideas from Chinese Cosmology, while others believe that they could also be used to play the boardgame of liubo. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TLV_mirror

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    A TLV mirror is a type of bronze mirror that was popular during the Han Dynasty in China. They are called TLV mirrors because symbols resembling the letters T, L, and V are engraved into them. They were produced from around the 2nd century BCE until the 2nd century CE. Symbolism Scholars are engaged in a debate as to what the symbols on TLV mirrors mean. Some scholars believe that they represent ideas from Chinese Cosmology, while others believe that they could also be used to play the boardgame of liubo. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TLV_mirror

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    A TLV mirror is a type of bronze mirror that was popular during the Han Dynasty in China. They are called TLV mirrors because symbols resembling the letters T, L, and V are engraved into them. They were produced from around the 2nd century BCE until the 2nd century CE. Symbolism Scholars are engaged in a debate as to what the symbols on TLV mirrors mean. Some scholars believe that they represent ideas from Chinese Cosmology, while others believe that they could also be used to play the boardgame of liubo. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TLV_mirror

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    A TLV mirror is a type of bronze mirror that was popular during the Han Dynasty in China. They are called TLV mirrors because symbols resembling the letters T, L, and V are engraved into them. They were produced from around the 2nd century BCE until the 2nd century CE. Symbolism Scholars are engaged in a debate as to what the symbols on TLV mirrors mean. Some scholars believe that they represent ideas from Chinese Cosmology, while others believe that they could also be used to play the boardgame of liubo. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TLV_mirror

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    A TLV mirror is a type of bronze mirror that was popular during the Han Dynasty in China. They are called TLV mirrors because symbols resembling the letters T, L, and V are engraved into them. They were produced from around the 2nd century BCE until the 2nd century CE. Symbolism Scholars are engaged in a debate as to what the symbols on TLV mirrors mean. Some scholars believe that they represent ideas from Chinese Cosmology, while others believe that they could also be used to play the boardgame of liubo. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TLV_mirror

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    A TLV mirror is a type of bronze mirror that was popular during the Han Dynasty in China. They are called TLV mirrors because symbols resembling the letters T, L, and V are engraved into them. They were produced from around the 2nd century BCE until the 2nd century CE. Symbolism Scholars are engaged in a debate as to what the symbols on TLV mirrors mean. Some scholars believe that they represent ideas from Chinese Cosmology, while others believe that they could also be used to play the boardgame of liubo. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TLV_mirror

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    Serge Vedernikov shared Donna Hilton‘s photo.

    A TLV mirror is a type of bronze mirror that was popular during the Han Dynasty in China. They are called TLV mirrors because symbols resembling the letters T, L, and V are engraved into them. They were produced from around the 2nd century BCE until the 2nd century CE. Symbolism Scholars are engaged in a debate as to what the symbols on TLV mirrors mean. Some scholars believe that they represent ideas from Chinese Cosmology, while others believe that they could also be used to play the boardgame of liubo. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TLV_mirror

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    Serge Vedernikov shared Donna Hilton‘s photo.

    A TLV mirror is a type of bronze mirror that was popular during the Han Dynasty in China. They are called TLV mirrors because symbols resembling the letters T, L, and V are engraved into them. They were produced from around the 2nd century BCE until the 2nd century CE. Symbolism Scholars are engaged in a debate as to what the symbols on TLV mirrors mean. Some scholars believe that they represent ideas from Chinese Cosmology, while others believe that they could also be used to play the boardgame of liubo. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TLV_mirror

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    Serge Vedernikov shared Donna Hilton‘s photo.

    A TLV mirror is a type of bronze mirror that was popular during the Han Dynasty in China. They are called TLV mirrors because symbols resembling the letters T, L, and V are engraved into them. They were produced from around the 2nd century BCE until the 2nd century CE. Symbolism Scholars are engaged in a debate as to what the symbols on TLV mirrors mean. Some scholars believe that they represent ideas from Chinese Cosmology, while others believe that they could also be used to play the boardgame of liubo. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TLV_mirror

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    Serge Vedernikov shared Donna Hilton‘s photo.

    A TLV mirror is a type of bronze mirror that was popular during the Han Dynasty in China. They are called TLV mirrors because symbols resembling the letters T, L, and V are engraved into them. They were produced from around the 2nd century BCE until the 2nd century CE. Symbolism Scholars are engaged in a debate as to what the symbols on TLV mirrors mean. Some scholars believe that they represent ideas from Chinese Cosmology, while others believe that they could also be used to play the boardgame of liubo. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TLV_mirror

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