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The Meaning of the Graph Yi and Its Implications for Shang Belief and Art

This book, an East Asia Journal monograph, uses a combination of written and graphic data to identify the meaning of the so-called taotie mask and the basis of Shang religion. By utilising paleographic and representational evidence, this book puts into perspective that Shang belief was not limited to the worship of royal dead ancestor spirits. Buy this book About The Meaning of the Graph Yi… In a departure from previous...

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East Asia Journal
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East Asia Journal

East Asia Journal: Studies in Material Culture takes an interdisciplinary approach to the study of material culture in East Asia — China, Japan and Korea — as well as the countries of the East and Southeast Asian region including Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, and other adjoining countries. Material culture topics in Oceania (Australia, New Zealand etc)...

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Islamic Art [Journal]

Islamic Art, International journal dedicated to the material cultures of the Muslim world, is distributed and marketed worldwide by Saffron Distribution, a Division of Saffron Books Until its last issue, Islamic Art 2009, the journal ISSN 07933261 was edited by Ernst J Grube and Eleanor Sims. Further updates to Islamic Art editorial make-up can be expected. Islamic Art is published jointly by the East-West Foundation, NY, USA, and the...

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Islamic Art I, 1981

Table of contents Preface | William Watson Foreword | Ernst J Grube Editors’ Note Bibliography The Problem of the Istanbul Album Paintings | Ernst J Grube On the Contents of the Four Istanbul Albums H 2152, 2153, 2154, & 2160 | Filiz Cagman Some Problems of Two Istanbul Albums, H 2153 & 2160 | Zeren Tanindi Mehmed II Fatih & the Fatih Album | Julian Raby On the Attribution of Some Paintings in H 2153 to the Time...

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