Current List 205A

Abaya, Consuela:
- THE VILLANUEVA COLLECTION OF ORIENTAL POTTERY

Aczel, Amir D:
- THE JESUIT & THE SKULL

Addis, J. M:
- UNDERGLAZE RED DISCOVERED IN THE PHILIPPINES

Aitchison, Margaret:
- THE DOCTOR AND THE DRAGON

Akiyama Shingo:
- ANCIENT CHINESE POTTERY

Albrecht, Fritz:
- ERGEBNISSE

Almqvist, Kurt ed:
- THE SAMPANS FROM CANTON

Ambary, Hasan Muarif ed:
- EXCAVATION REPORT AT PASAR IKAN, JAKARTA

ANYANG WENWU JINGHUA
Gems of Anyang's Cultural Relics 安陽文物精華.

Arce, Dr. Jose; drawings by Schiff:
- DE BUENOS AIRES A SHANGHAI

ARS ORIENTALIS VOLUME I

ARS ORIENTALIS VOLUME 2

ARS ORIENTALIS VOLUME 3

Freer Gallery of Art:
- ARS ORIENTALIS VOLUME 8
- ARS ORIENTALIS VOLUME 9
- ARS ORIENTALIS VOLUME 10

ARS ORIENTALIS VOLUME 12

ARS ORIENTALIS VOLUME 20

Ashton, Leigh:
- AN INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF CHINESE SCULPTURE

Asia-Pacific Exposition Fukuoka '89:
- ROADS TO KYUSHU COMMUNICATION IN KYUSHU


QPM181
Qinghai Provincial Museum ed: TANG FAN GU DAO: QI SHENG QU JINGPIN WENWU LIANZHAN. Tang-Tibet Ancient Road: Seven Provinces and Regions Fine Cultural Relics Exhibition. 唐蕃古道:七省區精品文物聯展 。 青海省博物館 編. Beijing, 2020. 7, 263 pp. Colour plates throughout, many full page. 29x21 cm. Wrappers.
GBP 100.00
Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Qinghai Provincial Museum in Xining at the end of 2018 about the ancient trade and diplomatic route between China and Tibet. The route extended from Chang'an to Lhasa. Explores the route and its sites and shows rare objects from museums in Tibet, Qinghai, Sichuan, Shaanxi and elsewhere. The exhibits date from the Bronze Age through to the Qing dynasty with much early material, particularly Tang dynasty, when there was much Chinese focus on relations with Tibet, a major power and adversary at the time. Includes Tang textiles, tomb figurines, later textiles, jewellery and a wide variety of other objects. Illustrated throughout. Text in Chinese,
Subjects: Silk Road Archaeology
Item 132 in List 205.
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