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H 297 x W 210 mm
Illustrated throughout in black & white
Published Oct 2015
By Xuan Chen
This work explores the many factors underlying the extended popularity of the cliff tomb, a local burial form in the Sichuan Basin in China during the Eastern Han dynasty (AD 25-220).
Preface Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Tomb Structure Chapter 3: Pictorial Carvings Chapter 4: Burial Objects Chapter 5: Conclusion Bibliography Appendix 1 Stories of Filial Sons and Eminent Men and Women Carved in the Cliff tombs in Sichuan Appendix 2 Eastern Han High Officials of the Areas Outside Sichuan from the Sichuan Area Appendix 3 Eastern Han Cliff Tombs Excavated in the Sichuan Area