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Person in a portable stock or "cangue" in China.

This prisoner in Hankow, China wears a ‘cangue’ around his neck as well as an ankle bracelet.

Close shave: A street barber carefully cuts a client's hair in this image from China Magazine taken in the late 1860s. The photographs sold today for £12,000 - six times their guide price

Early photographs offer fascinating insight into 1860s China

Close shave: A street barber carefully cuts a client's hair in this image from China Magazine taken in the late The photographs sold today for - six times their guide pric

Beheading, strangulation and starvation were all acceptable execution methods in 19th-century China. What’s more, even those not sentenced to death could endure days.  A prisoner languishes in a small wooden crate. Notice his long fingers.

In Photos: Brutal Torture, Punishment and Execution in Old China [Disturbing Images]

mapa politico de china - Buscar con Google

mapa politico de china - Buscar con Google

1860 Port: The photograph shows the sun setting on the famous Hong Kong harbour in the late 1860s. The volume contains a total of 46 photos of varying sizes, but four of those are duplicates and one is a defective picture

Early photographs offer fascinating insight into 1860s China

Port: The photograph shows the sun setting on the famous Hong Kong harbour in the late The volume contains a total of 46 photos of varying sizes, but four of those are duplicates and one is a defective picture

Kashgar, China — One of the last intact Silk Road cities in China

Kashgar, Xinjiang, China Photos: The 10 Most Endangered Heritage Sites in Asia

La Ciudad Prohibida - 7390349

La Ciudad Prohibida - 7390349

Latrine at Ephesus, (Turkey). They were part of the Scholastica Baths and built in the 1C AD. They were the public toilets of the city. There was an entrance fee to use them. © Carole Raddato

How the Romans did their business: images of Latrines throughout the Roman world

Latrine at Ephesus, (Turkey). They were part of the Scholastica Baths and built in the AD. They were the public toilets of the city. There was an entrance fee to use them. © Carole Raddato They obviously weren't built for American butts.

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