The six sculptures, comprised of dragons, buffalos, and tigers in pairs, were found in the south ramp of Tomb No. 1500, untouched by looters. They were arranged into two rows, all facing north, with the dragons at the front, the buffalos in the middle, and the tigers at the end. With relatively simple rendering of the shape and shallow engraved lines for the features and limbs, these sculptures are less elaborate than the sculptures from Tomb No. 1001.
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- South ramp, Xibeigang Tomb No. 1500