LIU ZHU WENMING 2006-2010. Important Archaeological Discoveries in Connection with Infrastructure Development in Shaanxi Province. Xi'an, 2011. xxii, 4, 261 pp. Colour plates throughout. 29x21 cm. Wrappers.
GBP 85.00
Details 47 important archaeological finds made in China's Shaanxi province between 2006 and 2010 dating from the Neolithic through to the Ming and Qing. Includes tombs of the Sixteen Kingdoms in Xianyang, remains of the Qin Great Wall, a Northern Song tomb with murals, satellite tombs of the Western Han Emperor Jing's Yangling Mausoleum. and much more. The finds are predominantly tombs from various dynasties plus Neolithic sites and other sites from the Qin and Han. Well-illustrated with many interesting and fine artefacts. Introductions and brief summaries of each find in English. Main text in Chinese.
Subjects: Archaeology
Available, as of: 20/09/2021
Was item 472 in printed List 201.
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