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Shijia ta (1056), Fogong si
This pagoda belongs to the Fogong temple in Ying xian, Shanxi. It is commonly called the Ying xian mu ta, 'the wood pagoda of Ying county,' and dates from 1056 (Liao dynasty). It is a dian tang of the 2nd grade.

For discussions in English, see Liang (1984a, 68-71) and Steinhardt (1984b). Chen (1980) offers an exhaustive discussion in Chinese.

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