New Archaeological Finds in China (II) More Discoveries During the Cultural Revolution.

By: Anon

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Paper Back. Good to Very Good/No Jacket. First Edition. 8vo. Spine splitting. Covers grubby. 129 pp. Chronology of Chinese history. Illustrated in colour and black/white. Contents include; Panlungcheng, the ramains of a Shang City, tombs with Sacrificial Slaves, Early Western Chou Dynasty, Mining site of the Spring and Autumn and Warring States Periods, Paintings on silk from a Chu Tomb of the Warring States Period found in Changsha etc., INTERNALLY CLEAN AND BRIGHT. Includes newpaper cutting describing excavation of the tomb of China's first emperor corroborating the historical accounts of the coup after the emperor's death, 4 butchered corpses found in graves near the pottery army thought to be those of princes and princesses executed by the emperor's son.; 000541

Title: New Archaeological Finds in China (II) More Discoveries During the Cultural Revolution.

Author Name: Anon

Categories: Older/Uncatalogued,

Publisher: Peking, Foreign Languages Press: 1978

Binding: Paperback

Seller ID: 000541

Keywords: ARCHAEOLOGY CHINA Cultural Revolution PANLUNCHENG Shang City Sacrificial Slaves Chou Dynasty Warring States Chu Tomb