The Oxford Handbook of Early China
The Oxford Handbook on Early China brings 30 scholars together to cover early China from the Neolithic through Warring States periods (ca 5000-500BCE). The study is chronological and incorporates a multidisciplinary approach, covering topics from archaeology, anthropology, art history, architecture, music, and metallurgy, to literature, religion, paleography, cosmology, religion, prehistory, and history. [Amazon.com]
Oxford University Press
New York, NY
Asian Art and Architecture | Asian History | Chinese Studies
Childs-Johnson, Elizabeth (Editor), "The Oxford Handbook of Early China" (2020). Art Faculty Books. 14.