Ancient Sichuan and the Unification of China
SUNY Press, 01.01.1992 - 320 Seiten
Recent archaeological finds in China have made possible a reconstruction of the ancient history of Sichauan, the country's most populous province. Excavated artifacts and newly recovered texts can now supplement traditional textual materials. Combing these materials, Sage shows how Sichauan matured from peripheral obscurity to attain central importance in the formation of the Chinese empire during the first millennium B.C.
Was andere dazu sagen - Rezension schreiben
Es wurden keine Rezensionen gefunden.
Andere Ausgaben - Alle anzeigen
ancient Ba and Shu Ba-Shu Beijing bing blades bronze called capital central plains century chang character Chen Cheng Chengdu China Chinese chu ban chuan commandery continued culture dynasty early eastern Emperor evidence figure force gong grave guan guo zhi Hua yang guo imperial inscriptions iron jian jiang jing Kaiming Kao gu king known land later lie zhuan Mountains nian northern noted offer official period political present province qing recorded reference region relations remained reported River road rule Sanxingdui shan Shang Shi ji Sichuan Sichuanese Sima sources southern stone Taibei texts tion tong valley wang Wen wu western xian xiang xue bao Yangtze Yellow yuan Zhang Yi Zhong Zhou
Alle Ergebnisse von Google Books »