Sung dynasty horse statue

A horse statue said to be from the Sung dynasty.

The Sung dynasty ruled China for over three hundred years until the thirteenth century when it fell to the grandson of Genghis Khan.

During a mission to Ligon II in 2364, Captain Picard presented its leader, Lutan, with a statue of a horse created during the Sung dynasty. He misidentified it as originating in the fourteenth century, but was corrected by Data. (TNG: "Code of Honor")

The statue is an example of the Sancai style of Tang Dynasty pottery dating to between the seventh and tenth centuries.

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