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eBook Early Buddhist Art of China and Central Asia (Handbook of Oriental Studies / Handbuch Der Orientalistik - Part 4: China, 12, Vol. 1) (Handbook of Oriental Studies: Section 4 China) ePub

by Marylin M Rhie

  • ISBN: 9004112014
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Photo and Art
  • Author: Marylin M Rhie
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers (January 1, 1999)
  • Pages: 924
  • ePub book: 1687 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1895 kb
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She has published extensively on Buddhist art, including Vols. I (1999) and II (2002) of this series (Brill).

Early Buddhist Art of China and Central Asia (Handbook of Oriental Studies, Handbuch Der Orientalistik - Part 4: China, 12, Vol. 1) (Handbook of Oriental Studies: Section 4 China). Early Buddhist Art of China and Central Asia: Part 4, Vol. 12 (2 Vol. Set, Text and Plates) (Handbook of Oriental Studies. Section 4 China, Early Buddhi). She has published extensively on Buddhist art, including Vols. Series: Handbook of Oriental Studies/Handbuch Der Orientalistik (Book 12).

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Alan J. Avery-Peck is Kraft-Hiatt Professor in Judaic Studies in the Religious Studies Department of the College of. .Vol. 12, Early Buddhist art of China and Central Asia, Marylin Martin Rhie (Том 1) Handbuch der Orientalistik. Avery-Peck is Kraft-Hiatt Professor in Judaic Studies in the Religious Studies Department of the College of Holy Cross, Worcester, Massachusetts.

Section 4 China, Early Buddhi). by Marylin Martin Rhie (Author). Marylin Martin Rhie, P. 1970) in Chinese Buddhist Art History, University of Chicago is Professor of Art and East Asian Studies at Smith College, Northampton. Her most recent publications are Early Buddhist Art of China and Central Asia (Vol. I) and Worlds of Transformation, the Sacred Art of Tibet (with R. Thurman). Series: Handbook of Oriental Studies.

Volume two of Marylin Rhie s widely acclaimed and formative multi-volume work presents a comprehensive, scholarly and detailed study of the Buddhist art of China and Central Asia from 316-439 . during the formative early periods of Buddhism in the Eastern Chin and Sixteen Kingdoms Period. Using texts translated from the Chinese together with stylistic and technical anal Volume two of Marylin Rhie s widely acclaimed and formative multi-volume work presents a comprehensive, scholarly and detailed study of the Buddhist art of China and Central Asia from 316-439 . during the formative early.

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Home Browse Books Book details, Early Buddhist Art of China and . Part II turns to Eastern Central Asia, addressing sites of the Northern Silk Road mainly during this early period from ca.

Home Browse Books Book details, Early Buddhist Art of China and Central Asia. Early Buddhist Art of China and Central Asia - Vol. 2. By Marylin Martin Rhie. Volume I of this series studied the Buddhist art of the Han, Three Kingdoms and Western Chin periods in China as well as the art of Western Central Asia and the Southern Silk Road from Kashgar to the kingdom of Shan-shan from around the 1st to the 5th century . This volume continues the study of the early Buddhist.

The male of Parastephanellus brevicoxalis Hong, van Achterberg & Xu, 2011 from Guangdong Province, China is also described and illustrated for the first.

Handbook of Oriental Studies, section 4, China, no. 12. Pt. 2, 2 vols. Leiden: Brill, 1999–2002. Early Buddhist Art of China and Central Asia. Handbook of Oriental Studies, section 4, China, no. Volume 64 Issue 2 - Sarah E. Fraser. The male of Parastephanellus brevicoxalis Hong, van Achterberg & Xu, 2011 from Guangdong Province, China is also described and illustrated for the first.

Handbook of Oriental Studies. Handbuch der Orientalistik. Section Eight Central Asia

Handbook of Oriental Studies. Section Eight Central Asia. A lack of state sponsorship in the most western regions of Buddhist expansion made it impossible for the Buddhist communities to grow. Severe economic crises, the collapse of international trade, and the success of Islam made them disappear. Handbuch der orientalistik section four

Handbook of oriental studies. Handbuch der orientalistik section four. The spread of Buddhism from its Indian homeland through western and eastern Central Asia to China in the first centuries of our era was one of such movements, and Professor Rhie is one of such historians. Although this impressive work deals mainly with art, material culture and the archaeological record, it is a major contribution to the history of Asian Buddhism, and to Chinese Buddhism in its earliest formative stage-an indispensable complement to the little we know on the basis of written sources.

The earliest Buddhist art of China can only be understood when seen in relation to a wider area comprising Central Asia and India. This is exactly the purpose of the underlying volume. Presenting the earliest Buddhist art of China in its wider context of the Bactrian and Southern Silk Road regions in Central Asia (1st to 4th century A.D.), the author offers clarifications of the issues and new assessments regarding the cross-cultural and cross-regional interrelationships, sources, dating and chronology during these formative initial phases of Buddhism from India to China. With over 500 illustrations, 18 in full colour, 76 drawings and 14 maps, the book offers not only an overview of this complex and important period, but also the fullest and most detailed analysis of the art: individually, within its local region, and in relation to the wider, trans-Asian scope essential for a proper understanding of this period for a wide range of disciplines.