Gudai Wenming: Di 1 Juan
Ancient Civilizations: Volume 1
7.25 x 10.25", 468 pp., some line drawings, text in Chinese with a short English summary (not for all articles), paper, Beijing, 2002. Item #27043
Contents: Discoveries and Studies of Neolithic City of Sites in China by Zhao Hui & Wei Jun The Development of Chinese Pre-Historic Agriculture and Economy and the Origin of Civilization , Focusing on the Middle and Lower Reaches of the Yellow River and Yangzi River by Zhang Chi A Study of the Relationship between Human Beings and Environment along Chinese Coasts inteh Pre-Historic Period by Yuan Jing The Form of Early States in China, a Discussion of the Relationship between the Center and Preiphery in the Erlitou and Erligang Period by Liu Li & Chen Xingcan A Discussion of the Origin and Development of Dongyi Civilization by Zhang Xuehai Debates and Researches on the Evolution of the Yi Lineage-Branch of the Yi People and Related Archaeolgoical Disoveries by Wang Shougong Typological Study of the Bronze Chariot Fitting in the Central Plains from the Shang Dynasty to the Spring and Autumn Period by Wu Xiaoyun The Discussion of "the Discovery of Lead Produced with High Radioactivity" by Zhu Bingquan & Chang Xiangyang A Philological Study of "Shu Ben Miao Hu" (Numeracy Began with Stick and Twigs" by Ge Yinghui A Tentative Dicussion of the Xiaoxiaozheng and Its Philiosophy of the Unity of Nature and Human Beings by Guo Wentao The Silkworm Deity: Leizu or Matouniang? by You Xiuling A Study of the Use of Jade Seen in the Zuozhuan by Sun Qingwei A Report on the Excavation at Dongxianxian, a Shang Site in Xingtai, Hebei Province by Dongxianxian Archaeology Team at Xingtai Ptolemaic Egypt: A Double-Faced Society.