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Liao architecture

Author: Nancy Shatzman Steinhardt
Publisher: Honolulu : University of Hawaii Press, ©1997.
Edition/Format:   Print book : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Liao Architecture is a study of Buddhist halls, tombs, and pagodas built primarily through the patronage of Northeast Asian lords of Qidan nationality from the mid-tenth through the first decades of the twelfth century. During those years, North China was part of a larger Qidan empire known as the Liao dynasty. The Qidan, in the ninth century, were a seminomadic tribe living along China's northern and northeastern  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Steinhardt, Nancy Shatzman.
Liao architecture.
Honolulu : University of Hawaii Press, ©1997
(OCoLC)741468358
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nancy Shatzman Steinhardt
ISBN: 0824818431 9780824818432 0614262046 9780614262049
OCLC Number: 36501227
Description: xv, 497 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. Introduction --
pt. I. The Timber Frame Tradition. 2. Dulesi. 3. Chinese Architecture before Dulesi. 4. Fengguosi. 5. Yingxian Timber Pagoda. 6. Liao Monasteries in the Western Capital. 7. Other Liao Buddhist Halls. 8. Song Wooden Halls at the Time of Liao. 9. Jin Architecture: A Liao Legacy? --
pt. II. The Funerary Tradition. 10. The Imperial Qidan Funerary Tradition. 11. Chinese Funerary Architecture before Qingling. 12. Liao Tombs beyond Qingling. 13. The Funerary Traditions of North and Northeast Asia --
pt. III. The Architectural Legacy of Liao. 14. Conclusion.
Responsibility: Nancy Shatzman Steinhardt.
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Liao Architecture is a study of Buddhist halls, tombs, and pagodas built primarily through the patronage of Northeast Asian lords of Qidan nationality from the mid-tenth through the first decades of the twelfth century. During those years, North China was part of a larger Qidan empire known as the Liao dynasty. The Qidan, in the ninth century, were a seminomadic tribe living along China's northern and northeastern borders. Less than fifty years later, by the early years of the tenth century, they and other North Asia groups were confederated under the leadership of a Qidan chieftain named Abaoji. In 947 Abaoji's son established a Chinese-style dynasty named Liao. Liao territory stretched from the Gobi Desert, across Mongolia, into China's Northeast provinces (former Manchuria), and into Korea. It also included sixteen prefectures of North China.

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