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*NEW*: 2023 ANTIQUES: CHINESE ARTS AUCTION RECORDS 2022.1.1-2022.12.31
2023 Gudong Paimai Nianjian 2023 å¤è£æè³£å¹´é.
7000 YEARS OF CHINESE CIVILIZATION
- THE VILLANUEVA COLLECTION OF ORIENTAL POTTERY
- CHANGSHA FAJUE BAOGAO
(Report on the Excavations at Changsha) é·æ²ç¼åå ±å.
- GONGXIAN TIESHENG KOU
T'ieh Sheng Kou, Kung Hsien
- HUIXIAN FAJUE BAOGAO
(Report on Excavations in Hui County) è¼ç¸£ç¼æå ±å.
- JINGSHAN QUJIALING
Ch'u Chia Ling, Chinshan äº¬å±±å±å®¶å¶º.
- MARTAVANS IN INDONESIA
Aiko Gyoso (Maekawa Bunzo comp.):
- KAIGAI IBUN
(Strange Information from Overseas) æµ·å¤å¼è.
- INDO BUKKYO KOYU MEISHI JITEN (GENSHIKI HEN)
(Dictionary of Sanskrit Buddhist Terminology: Originary Period)
- HEIAN JIDAI SEZOKUGA NO KENKYU
Secular Painting in Early Mediaeval Japan
Akiyama, T. & Matsubara, S:
- ARTS OF CHINA VOLUME II
- CHARLES R. BOXER: AN UNCOMMON LIFE
Allworth, Edward ed:
- CENTRAL ASIA
- AN JINHUAI KAOGU WENJI
Selected Archaeological Works of An Jinhuai å®éæ§èå¤æé.
ANVARIO ESTATICO DE MACAU: ANOS DE 1946 E 1947: ANO DE 1948
(Statistical Annual of Macau: 1946 & 1947: 1948)
Arne, T. J:
- BARSOFF GORODOK
ARQUIVOS DE MACAU
(Archives of Macau)
Arts Council of Great Britain:
- THE ARTS OF THAILAND
ARUARIO DE MACAU 1950
(Yearbook of Macau: 1950)
Asia-Pacific Exposition Fukuoka '89:
- ROADS TO KYUSHU COMMUNICATION IN KYUSHU
Dunhuang Research Institute ed: SICHOU ZHI LU SHANG DE WENHUA JIAOLIU: TUFAN SHIQI YISHU ZHENPIN ZHAN. Cultural Exchange Along the Silk Road: Masterpieces of the Tubo Period (7th-9th Centuries). çµ²ç¶¢ä¹è·¯ä¸çæåäº¤æµï¼åèææèè¡çåå±. Beijing, 2020. 350 pp. Colour plates throughout, many full page. 30x22 cm. Cloth.
Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Dunhuang Research Institute Exhibition Centre at the Mogao caves outside Dunhuang. The first-ever exhibition to explore the history and cultural legacy of the Tibetan Tubo kingdom which flourished c.618-842 AD at the time of the Tang dynasty in China. The Tubo kingdom was the most powerful period in Tibet's history and, in addition to Tibet, also controlled the present-day Chinese provinces of Qinghai, Xinjiang, Gansu, parts of Sichuan and Yunnan, as well as Ferghana, parts of the Himalayas and Bangladesh. It presented a significant threat to the Tang who sought to allay its power through treaties, intermarriage and cultural exchange. Given its geographic presence straddling the Silk Road, there was also much cultural interaction with other central Asian cultures. The Tubo also influenced art at Dunhuang. A number of caves show Tubo influence and numerous Tibetan documents from the time of the kingdom were found in the walled-up library. The exhibition showed over 120 stunning exhibits in seven sections. Major loans from museums in China, mostly from museums along the Silk Road, Qinghai and Tibet, together with objects loaned from collections abroad, notably, objects from the Pritzer collection and ancient central Asian textiles from the Abegg-Stiftung Foundation. The objects date predominantly from the 2nd- 9th centuries AD with much material from the time of the Tubo period and the Tang dynasty. Much on cross-cultural contacts at the time, particularly with the Sassanians. Illustrated throughout. 17 page index giving list of exhibits with brief descriptions in English. Main text in Chinese.
Has proved extremely hard to obtain.
Subjects: Silk Road Archaeology
Item 56 in List 206.
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