Li Chi: THE BEGINNINGS OF CHINESE CIVILIZATION. Three Lectures Illustrated with Finds at Anyang. Seattle, 1957. xvii, 123 pp. 50 b/w illustrations, 9 text-figures, map. Bibliography, index. 23x15 cm. Cloth.
Li Ji directed the archaeological excavation of Anyang, site of China's capital in the second millennium BC. Largely through his findings, China's Shang dynasty, once thought to be myth, has been established as history. These are Li Ji's lectures given in Washington in 1955.
Item 397 in List 203.
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