Archaeological Research Institute ed: QINGHAI LIUWAN. Excavation of a Primitive Society Cemetery at Liuwan in Qinghai. Kaoguxue Zhuankan, IV:28. Beijing, 1984. 7, 408, 7 pp. text plus 216 plates, of which 4 in colour, 144 b/w text-figures. Maps, tables. 2 vols. 27x19 cm. Half-cloth.
GBP 20.00
The Liuwan cemetery in China's Qinghai province is the largest and best preserved clan cemetery ever discovered. It contains 1,500 tombs with a wealth of Neolithic painted pottery, many pieces of which are illustrated here. Three page English summary. Plates in second volume. Scarce.
Subjects: Archaeology
Available, as of: 01/02/2019
Was item 134 in printed List 194.
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