7.5 x 10.5", 261 pp., fully illustrations, text in Chinese with English abstract, paper, Beijing, 2002. Item #27009
In 1999 at Liuzi, near Huaibei city, Anhui province, were found remains of the Grand Canal of the Sui and Tang dynasties. This important archaeological discovery led to findings such as ash pits, stone and wooden buildings, and eight sunken ships, as well as smaller artifacts such as various ceramics, iron objects, bone objects, stone objects, stone carvings, and animal bones.
This comprehensive report provides an overview of the conditions and historical background of the Liuzi site, and describes the findings at Liuzi in detail. It includes 7 appendices, an abstract in English, and almost 100 black-and-white illustrations and diagrams throughout, plus 32 color plates and 72 black-and-white plates. This book represents a valuable, informative resource on an important archaeological discovery in Anhui province.
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