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    Conquest of Central Asia 18 sheets ............ Xinjiang Conquests of the Great Jinchuan and the Small Jinchuan

    16 sheets ............ Western Sichuan province Conquest of Vietnam 6 sheets ............ Vietnam Conquest of Taiwan 12 sheets ............ Taiwan

    Conquest of the Miao territories16 sheets ............ Hunan and Guizhou provinces

    Conquest of Gurkha 8 sheets ............ Nepal Conquest of the Puyi and Miao minorities

    4 sheets ............ Guizhou province

    Engravings of the Emperor Qianlong's Conquests. 80 sheets in 7 boxes

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    Facsimiles of original copperplate engravings (high-resolution printing), commentary by Tokio TakataEmperor Qianlong (1711-1799) was the sixth emperor of the Manchu Qing Dynasty. During his reign, the Qing Dynasty was in its glory of the culture and the military expansion. The Emperor sent his troops to conquer the frontiers ten times and succeeded all of them. This event is known as the Ten Great Campaigns. To commemorate his victories in the Central Asia, the Emperor commissioned his court painters, including the Italian Jesuit Giuseppe Castiglione, to draw the scenes of his battles. Those pictures were sent to France and carved into sixteen sheets of copperplate engravings, which are reputed as an important and unique specimen in the history of interchanges between the east and the west. The Emperor subsequently produced the engravings depicting the battles in other places such as Annam, Taiwan, Nepal etc. They were given to a few people in his imperial court and not many of them have been passed down to the present. Engravings of the Emperor Qianlong's Conquests consists of full-scale facsimiles of all these battle engravings reproduced from the properties of the Institute of Oriental Manuscripts of the Russian Academy of Sciences and other institutions.

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