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Illustration of a Hinged Counterweight Trebuchet Prepped for Transit from the Wujing Zongyao, late Ming (Wanli Period) edition


"Chinese Siege Warfare: Mechanical Artillery & Siege Weapons of Antiquity" by Liang Jieming, ISBN 981-05-5380-3


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The photographs are part of my book. You're welcome to use them on Wikipedia so long as you list my book "Chinese Siege Warfare: Mechanical Artillery & Siege Weapons of Antiquity" by Liang Jieming ( ISBN 981-05-5380-3) as the source.

I hope that helps.

Cheers, Leong Kit Meng (Liang Jieming)

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