Differences Preserved: Reconstructed Tombs from the Liao and Song Dynasties
Differences Preserved presents works excavated from two sets of tombs in northern China. Tomb objects from the ninth to twelfth centuries, along with reproductions of the lively and vibrant tomb wall murals, serve as the basis for a cultural reassessment of the Liao (907-1125) and Song (960-1127) dynasties. Objects such as fine ceramic pots and bowls, tea services, and furniture present a story of daily life and of how people thought of themselves.
Hsingyuan Tsao's innovative analysis represents a new direction in Chinese scholarship by considering the overlooked accomplishments of non-Han groups within the history of Chinese culture.
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