3 edition of Books and printing in Sung China, 960-1279 found in the catalog.
Books and printing in Sung China, 960-1279
Written in English
|Statement||by Ming-Sun Poon.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 80810|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 560 leaves|
|Number of Pages||560|
|LC Control Number||82167161|
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Chinese laws and legal systems: five dynasties and Sung Brian Mcknight; 5. Sung education: schools, academies, and examinations John W. Chaffee; 6. Economic change in China, Joseph P. Mcdermott; 7. China's emergence as a maritime power Angela Schottenhammer; : Cambridge University Press.
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Ships from and sold by (3). The T'ang () and Sung () dynasties were times of great change in China. The economy flourished, the population doubled, printing led to a great increase in the availability of books, Buddhism became a fully sinicized religion penetrating deeply into ordinary : $ "Dui zhongguo tushu chuban yinshua wenhua de zongti sikao" 5(4 c f l Hffl15tH)KEpJfpiJi'ffcW^#S% ("General Thinking on Chinese Culture of Book Publication and Printing"), Chuban kexue tBlK$4.
The Cambridge History of China - edited by Denis Twitchett March Buy the print book We present here the first of two volumes on Books and printing in Sung China Sung dynasty (–) and its Five Dynasties (–60) and Ten Kingdoms (c.
–79) predecessors. Whereas our companion volume (Volume 5, Part 2) takes a thematic approach to Sung institutional. This study, the first comprehensive look at the Southern Sung () academy movement, explains the rise of the academies not only as a product of intellectual change, but also as part of broader economic, political, cultural, and religious transformations taking place in : Linda A.
Walton. Sung (sŏŏng), dynasty of China that ruled – It was divided into two periods: Northern Sung (–) with its capital at Kaifeng and Southern Sung (–) with its capital at Hangzhou. literacy increased as a result of the spread of printing, China, Sung Dynasty: Selected full-text books. Song Dynasty (): Commercial Revolution.
KAIFENG, THE SONG METROPOLITAN CAPITAL. Sources. Economic Expansion. While the Song dynasty () was characterized by financial problems and military weakness, it also experienced an economic expansion so great that it was referred to as the “commercial revolution” by scholars.
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The Cambridge History of China, Volume 5: The Five Dynasties and Sung China, AD, Part 2 Denis Crispin Twitchett This is the second of two volumes on 960-1279 book Sung Dynasty, which together provide a comprehensive history of China from the fall of the T'ang Dynasty in to the Mongol conquest of the Southern Sung in The Cambridge History of China: Volume 5, Sung China, AD, Part 2 by John W.
Chaffee,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. By the end of the Sung dynasty (), known descendants of the three Chao brothers who had founded the dynasty numbered o Unlike the rulers of many other Chinese dynasties, however, the Sung emperors were not plagued by challenges to their rule from their relatives.
So successful was Sung policy on the imperial clan that it would serve as a model for the subsequent Ming and Ch.
: Out of the Cloister: Literati Perspectives on Buddhism in Sung China, – (Harvard East Asian Monographs) (): Halperin, Mark: BooksReviews: 3.
Only fragments of historical text from China's middle period have been translated into English, until now. Here at last is the first major Chinese historical work from the Song dynasty. Written by Ouyang Xiu, an intellectual giant of the eleventh century, this is a history of the preceding century (), a period known as the Five historical and literary significance of 4/5(1).
Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection. The Cambridge History of China Volume 5: Sung China, – AD, Part 2. Buy the print book Intellectual transition in T’ang and Sung China.
Bossler, Beverly J. Powerful relations: Kinship, status, and the state in Sung China (–). Harvard-Yenching Institute Mongraph Series Cambridge, Mass.: Council on East Asian Studies, Harvard University, Although woodblock printing played an important role in the spread of information and commercial transactions in China, it was a time-consuming technology.
For example, inat the beginning of Song dynasty, the monk Zhang Tuxin began a project to print the Tripitaka (a collection of essential Buddhist scriptures) using wood blocks.
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Written by Ouyang Xiu, an intellectual giant of the eleventh century, this is a history of the preceding century (–), a period known as the Five historical and literary significance of 4/5(1).
The Sung Dynasty () was a paradoxical era for Chinese women. This was a time when footbinding spread, and Confucian scholars began to insist that it was better for a widow to starve than to remarry. Yet there were also improvements in women's status in marriage and property rights. THE PRINTER'S COLOPHON IN SUNG CHINA, MING-SUN POON ABSTRACT The early Chinese printer's colophon is a primary source of bibliographic information for students of Chinese printing.
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Chinese cultural history is a rich mixture that offers a portrait of this remarkable period that is detailed, complex, and complementary. The T'ang () and Sung () dynasties were times of great change in China.
The economy flourished, the population doubled, printing led to a great increase in the availability of books, Buddhism became a fully sinicized religion penetrating deeply into ordinary life.
This volume represents a collaborative effort of nine scholars of Chinese religion, history. Chinese poetry -- Song dynasty, See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Chinese poetry; Chinese literature -- Song dynasty, ; Used for: Chinese poetry -- Sung dynasty, Women, Property, and Confucian Reaction in Sung and Yuan China: Bettine Birge This book argues that the Mongol invasion of China in the thirteenth century precipitated a lasting transformation of marriage and property laws that deprived women of their property rights and reduced their legal and economic autonomy.
The Song dynasty (; Chinese: 宋朝; pinyin: Sòng cháo; –) was an imperial dynasty of China that began in and lasted until The dynasty was founded by Emperor Taizu of Song following his usurpation of the throne of the Later Zhou, ending the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms Song often came into conflict with the contemporaneous Liao, Western Xia and Jin dynasties.
During the Song (Sung) Dynasty (), technology was highly advanced in fields as diverse as agriculture, iron-working, and printing. Indeed, scholars today talk of a Song economic revolution. The population grew rapidly during this time, and more and more people lived in cities.
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This book demonstrates that representations of Buddhism by lay people underwent a major change during the T'ang-Sung transition. These changes built on basic transformations within the Buddhist and classicist traditions and sometimes resulted in the use of Buddhism and Buddhist temples as frames of reference to evaluate aspects of lay : $ Chaffee, John W.
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