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'''Mǎwángduī''' seu litteris Sinicis 馬王堆 est locus archaeologicus intra limites urbis [[Changsha]] provinciae [[Hunan]] in [[Sinae (regio)|Sinis]] iacens. Ibi reperta sunt sepulcra nobilium [[domus Han|aevi Han]], picturis muralibus ornata, rebus luxuosis cibisque variis et libris manuscriptis plena. Tria sepulcra inter annos [[1972]] et [[1974]] effossa sunt:
* Sepulcrum Han no. 1: sepultura uxorisfeminae [[Xin Zhui]] quae uxor marchionis Li Cang fuit, primum "domina Dai" aba archaeologisdiurnariis nuncupatae sed nomine vera [[Xin Zhui]], post annum 168 a.C.n. mortuae
* Sepulcrum Han no. 2: sepultura marchionis [[Li Cang]], anno [[186 a.C.n.]] mortui; reliquia a latronibus iam antea dirupta
* Sepulcrum Han no. 3: sepultura filii seu cognati Li Cang, anno [[168 a.C.n.]] mortui
 
* Eti Bonn-Muller, "[http://archive.archaeology.org/online/features/mawangdui/ China's Sleeping Beauty]" in ''Archaeology: online features'' (Aprilis 2009)
* David D. Buck, "Three Han Dynasty Tombs at Ma-Wang-Tui" in ''World Archaeology'' vol. 7 (1975) pp. 30-45
* Chen Jianming, ed., ''Noble Tombs at Mawangdui: Art and Life of the Changsha Kingdom, Third Century BCE-First Century CE''. Novi Eboraci, 2009
* Donald J. Harper, ''Early Chinese Medical Literature: The Mawangdui Medical Manuscripts''. Londinii, 1997
* Minao Hayashi, "The twelve gods of the Chan-kuo period silk manuscript excavated at Ch'ang-sha" in N. Barnard, ed., ''Early Chinese art and its possible influence in the Pacific Basin'' (Novi Eboraci, 1972) vol. 1 pp. 123-186
* Guolong Lai, "Death and the Otherworldly Journey in Early China as Seen through Tomb Texts, Travel Paraphernalia, and Road Rituals" in ''Asia Major'' 3a ser. vol. 18 (2005) pp. 1-44
* ''Noble Tombs at Mawangdui: Art and Life of the Changsha Kingdom, Third Century BCE-First Century CE''. Novi Eboraci, 2009
* Eugene Wang, "[https://www.academia.edu/5892198/Why_Pictures_in_Tombs_Mawangdui_Once_More Why Pictures in Tombs? Mawangdui Once More]" in ''Orientations'' (Martii 2009)
* Wu Hung, "Art in a Ritual Context: Rethinking Mawangdui" in ''Early China'' vol. 17 (1992) pp. 1-24