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19,961、LEGENDS, TALES, AND FABLES IN THE ART OF SOGDIANA. By BORIS MARSHAK, with an appendix by VLADIMIR A. LIVSHITS. pp. xi, 187. New York, Biblioteca Persica Press, 2002

19,962、Changchuan Tomb No. 1 and its North Asian Context

19,963、Book Review: Uygur Patronage in Dunhuang: Regional Art Centres on the Northern Silk Road in the Tenth and Eleventh Centurie

19,964、YUAN PERIOD TOMBS AND THEIR INSCRIPTIONS: Changing Identities for the Chinese Afterlife

摘要:Bearded males wearing caps with back flaps and sitting feet-apart in three-quarter poses found in paintings of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries on north Chinese tomb walls heretofore have been believed to be Mongols. A painting of this type found in a tomb dated to 1269 in Donger village of Shaanxi in 1998 raises the possibility that a Mongol pose and attire does not necessarily indicate Mongol ethnicity. When read correctly, the inscription in the Dongercun tomb informs us that the interred male is Chinese. Inscriptions in thirteenth- and fourteenth-century tombs in Hansenzhai, Shaanxi, and Dongguan village, Hebei, found in the early twenty-first century, also confirm that their occupants are Chinese. Uninscribed tombs excavated in the vicinity of Jinan, Shandong province, share imagery with the Shaanxi and Hebei tombs. Paintings and their details in all these tombs trace to the Northern Song (960-1127) or Yuan (1279-1368) periods, sometimes with specific objects that could have been owned or used by the tomb occupants. Yet other details in the paintings represent features or objects exclusive to Mongols. Ethnicity, in fact, can only be known through the written word, for in the Mongolian period in China, some Chinese represented themselves as Mongols for the afterlife.
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19,965、Book Review: A Pictorial History of Chinese Architecture

19,966、Book Review: Building in China: Henry K. Murphy's "Adaptive Architecture," 1914—1935

19,967、Book Review: Chinese Sculpture, a Great Tradition

19,968、Book Review: The Royal Hunt in Eurasian History

19,969、Book Review: Between Heaven and Modernity: Restructuring Suzhou, 1895-1937

19,970、The Mizong Hall of Qinglong Si: Space, Ritual, and Classicism in Tang Architecture

19,971、Book Review: The Emperor's Private Paradise: Treasures from the Forbidden City

19,972、Book Review: The History of Cartography. Volume 2, Book 2, Cartography in the Traditional East and Southeast Asian Societie

19,973、Book Review: Chinese Bridges. Images of Asia Serie

19,974、Imperial Architecture along the Mongolian Road to Dadu

19,975、Book Review: Temples et monastères de Mongolie-intérieure

19,976、Book Review: Chinese Buddhist Sculpture under the Liao (Free Standing Works in Situ and Selected Examples from Public Collections)

19,977、Book Review: Carpentry and Building in Late Imperial China: A Study of the Fifteenth-Century Carpenter's Manual Lu Ban Jing

19,978、Book Review: Chinese Architecture

19,979、Book Review: Chang'an. Metropole Ostasiens und Weltstadt des Mittelalters 583-904. Teil 2: Gesellschaft und Kultur

19,980、Book Review: L'architecture en voûte chinoise, un patrimoine méconnu

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