Xi Ling Shi
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- Silk - its manufacture and its history
- Lady Xi Ling Shi, the 14 year old bride of the Emperor Huang Ti, the so-called ' Yellow Emperor'.
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- Discovered 2700 BC. • 2000–3000 cocoons needed for 1 lb. silk!
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- Lady Xi Ling Shi, the 14-year-old bride of the Emperor Huang Ti, the so-called ' Yellow Emperor'.
- Silk and Silkworms
- If you follow the legendary Chinese version, it all started in 2640 BCE with Xi Ling Shi, the wife of the. Yellow Emperor.
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- by Chinese princess, Xi Ling Shi. Cocoon and filament photo courtesy of Sandi Wiseheart KnittingDaily.com ©2008.
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- Quanto al tè che dà il nome all'evento, è quello narrato con sofisticate tecnologie nella leggenda della principessa cinese Xi Ling Shi. I 3 euro (solo 1 per il ridotto) del biglietto d'ingresso sono spesi ottimamente.
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- According to Confucius, it was in 2640 B.C.
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