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Beijing Tian Yimu - tablet pavilion
北京

田义墓又称慈祥庵、石香炉庵,位于北京石景山区翠微山脚下,模式口大街80号,北靠蟠龙山,距法海寺约1华里,是目前全国范围内唯一保存最完好、规格最高、石刻最精美的明代太监墓,始建于明朝万能历年间,占地约4000平方米。同时也是我国首座以宦官历史为题材的专题博物馆。现为区级文物保护单位。

宦官田义,号渭川,陕西华阴人,生于明嘉靖十三年(1534年),九岁入宫,历经嘉靖、隆庆、万历三朝。是明万历年间司礼监的掌印太监,兼掌酒醋面局印,曾被任命镇守南京。在任期间"周慎简重,练达老诚",深受万历帝的信任,经常委以军政重任,并给予蟒袍玉带等特殊礼遇,一生享尽了荣华富贵。田义死于万历三十三年(1605年),死后皇帝特赐他模式口茔地一区作为佳城,神宗亲作讣辞,并令为之建墓。 他以后有十几位太监羡慕田义的人品和威望并追随他而葬在了田义的墓地中,因此形成一个规模不大,但内容丰富的太监墓群。


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