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Catalogue of the largest exhibition of treasures from Inner Mongolia at the Shanghai Museum featuring over 200 artifacts, including jade, painted pottery, gold, bronze and metalwares, and other items from the Xiongnu, Xianbei, and Qidan cultures. It covers the period from the Neolithic Hongshan culture to the Qing dynasty. Most of the exhibits are newly excavated pieces wi Catalogue of the largest exhibition of treasures from Inner Mongolia at the Shanghai Museum featuring over 200 artifacts, including jade, painted pottery, gold, bronze and metalwares, and other items from the Xiongnu, Xianbei, and Qidan cultures. It covers the period from the Neolithic Hongshan culture to the Qing dynasty. Most of the exhibits are newly excavated pieces with confirmed dating and layering; many are national treasures shown to the public for the first time. The essays and catalogue entries are in both Chinese and English contributed by leading experts. This catalogue will become an essential reference for scholars, libraries, as well as art historians and researchers of the multi-ethnic dimensions of Chinese culture. With its rich Liao-dynasty material, this volume is a must-have for researchers of Liao dynasty works of art.


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Catalogue of the largest exhibition of treasures from Inner Mongolia at the Shanghai Museum featuring over 200 artifacts, including jade, painted pottery, gold, bronze and metalwares, and other items from the Xiongnu, Xianbei, and Qidan cultures. It covers the period from the Neolithic Hongshan culture to the Qing dynasty. Most of the exhibits are newly excavated pieces wi Catalogue of the largest exhibition of treasures from Inner Mongolia at the Shanghai Museum featuring over 200 artifacts, including jade, painted pottery, gold, bronze and metalwares, and other items from the Xiongnu, Xianbei, and Qidan cultures. It covers the period from the Neolithic Hongshan culture to the Qing dynasty. Most of the exhibits are newly excavated pieces with confirmed dating and layering; many are national treasures shown to the public for the first time. The essays and catalogue entries are in both Chinese and English contributed by leading experts. This catalogue will become an essential reference for scholars, libraries, as well as art historians and researchers of the multi-ethnic dimensions of Chinese culture. With its rich Liao-dynasty material, this volume is a must-have for researchers of Liao dynasty works of art.

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