Watson, William: STUDIES IN CHINESE ARCHAEOLOGY AND ART: VOLUME 1. London, 1997. 424 pp. 129 illustrations. 24X17 cm. Cloth.
GBP 150.00
The first of two volumes which collect and reprint the short articles amongst Professor Watson's prodigious output.
Contents: The Lathe in Antiquity; Ancient Khorezm; The Seligman Gift; A Grave Guardian from Ch'ang Sha; A Bronze Mirror from Shao Hsing; Recent Discoveries in Chinese Archaeology I & 11; A Buddhist Patron of the Refectory; Chinese Lacquered Wine-cups; The Earliest Buddhist Images of Korea; Sung Bronzes; A Dated Buddhist image of the Northern Wei Period; A Jade Hatstand; An Inscribed Jade Cup from Samarqand; A Chinese Bronze Bell of the Fifth Century BC; A Chinese Bronze Figure of the Fourth Century BC; The Kingdom of Tien and the Dong Son Culture; Inner Asia and China in the pre-Han Period; Overlay and 'p'ing-to' in T'ang Silverwork; On T'ang Softglazed Pottery; The Thai-British Archaeological Expedition; Chinese Ceramics from Neolithic to T'ang; History and Technological History; Traditions of Material Culture in the Territory of Ch'u; The Chinese Contribution to Nomad Culture in the pre-Han and early Han Periods.
Subjects: Archaeology Art
Available, as of: 01/02/2019
Was item 633 in printed List 194.
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