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Everyday life in early Imperial China during the Han period 202 BC-AD 220

Michael Loewe

Everyday life in early Imperial China during the Han period 202 BC-AD 220

by Michael Loewe

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Published by Dorset Press in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social life and customs,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 200-202; index p. 203-208.

    StatementMichael Loewe ; drawings by Eva Wilson
    The Physical Object
    Pagination208 p.
    Number of Pages208
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26885567M

    Teachers will surely want to assign it to their students, as it perfectly illustrates key points that Loewe has made in more academic publications, for example, his Everyday Life in Early Imperial China during the Han Period BC-AD Everyday Life in Early Imperial China During the Han Period Bc-Ad ISBN () Hardcover, Marboro Books, Faith, Myth, and Reason in Han China.

    The book covers the Han Dynasty age from BC to AD. And while I didn't expect an in depth, scholarly review of the era in so short a work, I did think it might have done a little better. This was a land and time period filled with fascinating, exotic history and life, and yet Loewe seems to have backed away from areas that might have /5(1). Teachers will surely want to assign it to their students, as it perfectly illustrates key points that Loewe has made in more academic publications, for example, his Everyday Life in Early Imperial China during the Han Period BC-AD Comparative historians will find a wealth of information in it, including helpful notes suggesting further.

    For further background see Ying-shih Yü, Trade and Expansion in Han China (); Michael Loewe, Everyday Life in Early Imperial China during the Han Period, B.C.-A.D. (); and Hans Bielenstein's three-part book-length study, The Restoration of the Han Dynasty, published in the Bulletin of the Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities. Women in Early Imperial China Book Description: After a long spell of chaos, the Qin and Han dynasties ( BCE– CE) saw the unification of the Chinese Empire under a single ruler, government, and code of law. During this era, changing social and political institutions affected the ways people conceived of womanhood.


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