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Audience
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Bamboo beating 笞杖
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Boxer event 義和拳
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Cage 籠
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Cangue 枷

Chains and ropes (outdoor)
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Decapitation 斬刑
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Execution ground and around
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Executioners 劊子手

Funeral
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Heads exposed 梟示
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Judiciary
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Lingchi 凌遲

Miscellaneous
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Portrait
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Strangulation 絞刑
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Supplice (esthetic representation of)

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Copyright: Turandot-2005

ID: 39
Ressource_Provider: Jérôme Bourgon
Title: Lingchi C, 2nd cut (a)
DocumentNature: Photograph
Glass: Positive
Support: Paper
Mono: Monoscopic
Repository: Métifiot
Color: Black and white
Particulars: A famous image; the executed posture was compared to that of early Christian martyrs. A lot of blood has flown from the left side, promting Dr Matignon to conclude that the heart was stabbed at the third cut. Allegedly, the executioner would torture a dead corpse, thereafter.
Topic: Lingchi 凌遲
Description: From a distance. he condemned still has his head tipped back, while his chest bears two deep circular wounds, the left one streaming down the whole side with blood
Place_Street: Caishikou
Date_of_event: 10 April 1905
Keyword: lingchi; executioner; Fuzhuli; left leg

Bibliography
  1:Name: CARPEAUX, Louis Pékin qui s'en va

Evénement relié (1)

1  Title: Execution of Fu-zhu-li
    Date of event: 10 April 1905

Related Replication (1)

1  Ressource_Provider: Jérôme Bourgon
    Title: Lingchi photographs replicated in mass media
    Information: Fu-zhu-li's execution by lingchi was widely diffused by media: examples of the replication of three shots as a book cover by Carpeaux (see covers), as illustration by Carpeaux and Matignon, and as postcards in the serials of 12 numbered "Supplices chinois", published in Tianjin by a mysterious "Lieou-sseu" (very likely 六四, that is the 4th of June?).

Related VisualSet (1)

1  Title: Photos de la famille Métifiot
    DocumentNature: Photograph

Geolocation
Asia --> China --> Hebei (Zhili) --> Beijing


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