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Imprints of Kinship: Studies of Recently Discovered Bronze Inscriptions from Ancient China

Imprints of Kinship: Studies of Recently Discovered Bronze Inscriptions from Ancient China

作者 : Edward L. Shaughnessy

出版社 : 香港中文大學

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Recent discoveries of bronze ritual vessels from ancient China provide the ground for this collection of essays, which focus in particular on the nature and patterns of family lineages as seen from these artifacts found in tombs throughout north China. Based on careful readings of the inscriptions on the bronze vessels, the editor and his eight contributors reconstruct the genealogies, kinship structures, political identities, and relationship networks of leading families and individuals from Bronze-Age China.

The rich scholarship also contributes to our understanding of the archaeology, chronology, warfare, and legal structures of ancient China.
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Edward L. Shaughnessy
EDWARD L. SHAUGHNESSY is the Lorraine J. and Herrlee G. Creel Distinguished Service Professor in Early China Studies at the University of Chicago. Most recently the author of Unearthing the Changes: Recently Discovered Manuscripts of the Yi jing (I Ching) and Related Texts (Columbia University Press, 2014) and Haiwai Yi jian zhi (Firm-and-Even’s Records from Beyond the Seas; Shanghai Guji chubanshe, 2016), he specializes in the textual heritage of ancient China,both the received literary tradition and also unearthed documents.

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