8.25 x 11", 453 pp., fully illustrated with b/w figures, line drawings, text in Chinese, paper, Beijing, 2007. Item #33981
Part of Luoyang Normal University's new Luoyang Archaeology Series, this volume is a supplement to the Xia, Shang and Zhou Dynasties volume and the Sui Dynasty, Tang Dynasty, Five Dynasties and Song Dynasty volume. It consists of 47 articles, published in archaeological journals over the past several decades, reporting some of the most important archaeological findings from the Xia (ca. 2070-1600 BC) to the Eastern Zhou (770-256 BC) dynasties, and from the Sui (AD 581-619) to the Song (AD 960-1279) dynasties in the region surrounding Luoyang, Henan province, China. Includes black-and-white illustrations and detailed descriptions of the findings, which include ruins, city gates, granaries, kiln sites, tombs, sacrificial pits etc. This is an important compilation for anyone interested in details and first-hand reports of important archaeological findings in the Luoyang area.