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Archaeology and Early Texts /Archäologie und frühe Texte (Zhou-Tang)
editor(s): Müller, Shing / Höllmann, Thomas O / Gui, Putao
volume: 13
pages/dimensions: X, 267 Seiten
language: Englisch, Deutsch
binding: Buch (Hardcover)
dimensions: 17,00 × 24,00 cm
weight: 700g
edition: 1. Auflage
publishing date: 09.01.2004
prices: 68,00 Eur[D] / 70,00 Eur[A]
ISBN: 978-3-447-05060-9
68,00 Eur

This book contains eleven articles in English and German which were presented to an international symposium in 2003. The papers discuss various aspects of the early history of the area now called Guangdong. They deal with material and textual evidence collected from Chinese sources. It is shown that Guangdong maintained strong relations with both the North and the maritime world and that, at the same time, it also maintained distinct cultural features of its own.
From the table of contents (11 contributions):

F. Allard, Linggnan and Chu during the First Millennium B.C.: A Reassessment of the Core-Periphery Model
S. Müller, Gräber in Guangdong während der Zhanguo-Zeit
M. Loewe, Guangzhou: the Evidence of the Standard Histories from the Shi ji to the Chen shu, a Preliminary Survey
T.O. Höllmann, Ruinen der Zuversicht: Bemerkungen zur Architektur in Guangzhou während der Han-Dynastie (206 v. Chr. bis 220 n. Chr.)
A. Kieser, „Nur Guangzhou ist ruhig und friedlich”: Grabkult und Migration während der Sechs Dynastien im heutigen Guangdong
G. Wade, Lady Sinn and the Southward Expansion of China in the Sixth Century
C. Schulten, Tang-zeitliche Grabkultur im Gebiet der heutigen Provinz Guangdong