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Cleveland Studies in the History of Art 9/2005
Clarity and Luster: New Light on Bronze Mirrors in Tang and Post-Tang Dynasty China, 600-1300

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103 p., 59 b/w ill., 215 x 280 mm, 2005
ISBN: 978-2-503-52081-0
Languages: English
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Table of Contents

K. L. Reid, Preface
M. Carter, Letter from the Collector
C. Brown, Editor's Note - Relevant Dynastic Chronology
C.-Y. Yen, The Decorative Motifs on the Tang Dynasty Mirrors
S.E. Cahill, The Moon Stopping in the Void: Daoism and the Literati Ideal in Mirrors of the Tang Dynasty Mirrors
E. Y. Wang, Mirror, Moon, and Memory in Eighth-Century China: From Dragon Pond to Lunar Palace 
C. Schulten, Some Notes on the Use of Bronze Mirrors in the Tomb of Zhang Wenzao, Liao Period
C. Ho, Magic and Faith: Reflections on Chinese Mirrors in the Tenth tot the Fourteenth Century
Glossary of Chinese Characters 
About the Authors

Interest Classification:
Fine Arts & Performing Arts
Art History (general)

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