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Ancient glass research along the Silk Road /
editor-in-chief, Gan Fuxi ; co-editors, Robert Brill, Tian Shouyun.
imprint
New Jersey : World Scientific, c2009.
description
xx, 475 p. : ill. (some col.), maps ; 24 cm.
ISBN
9789812833563, 9812833560
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New Jersey : World Scientific, c2009.
isbn
9789812833563
9812833560
contents note
Dynasty / Jiang Jie -- Ancient glass in the grassland of Inner Mongolia / Huang Xueyin -- Glasses of the northern Wei Dynasty found at Datong / An Jiayao -- Glass vessels of the Tang Dynasty and the five dynasties found in Guangzhou / An Jiayao -- PIXE study on the ancient glasses of the Han Dynasty unearthed in Hepu County, Guangxi / Li Qinghui -- Multivariate statistical analysis of some ancient glasses unearthed in southern and southwestern China / Fu Xiufeng and Gan Fuxi -- Study of the ancient glasses found in Chongqing / Ma Bo ... [et al] -- Study of the earliest eye beads in China unearthed from the Xu Jialing tomb in Xichuan of Henan Province / Gan Fuxi ... [et al.].
Origin and evolution of ancient Chinese glass / Gan Fuxi -- The Silk Road and ancient Chinese glass / Gan Fuxi -- Opening remarks and setting the stage: lecture at the 2005 Shanghai International Workshop on the Archaeology of Glass along the Silk Road / Robert H. Brill -- The second Kazuo Yamasaki TC-17 lecture on Asian glass: recent lead-isotope analyses of some Asian glasses with remarks on strontium-isotope analyses / Robert H. Brill and Hiroshi Shirahata -- Glass and bead trade on the Asian sea / Insook Lee -- Characteristics of early glasses in ancient Korea with respect to Asia's maritime bead trade / Insook Lee -- Ancient lead-silicate glasses and glazes of Central Asia / Abdugani A. Abdurazakov -- Central Asian glassmaking during the ancient and medieval periods / Abdugani A. Abdurazakov -- Scientific study of the glass objects found in Japan from the third century BC to the third century AD / Takayasu Koezuka and Kazuo Yamasaki -- Chemical analysis of the glass vessel in Toshodaiji Temple designated a national treasure through a portable X-Ray fluorescence spectrometer: where did the glass vessel come from? / Akiko Hokura ... [et al.] -- On the glass origins in ancient China from the relationship between glassmaking and metallurgy / Qian Wei -- The inspiration of the Silk Road for Chinese glass art / Lu Chi -- Faience beads of the western Zhou Dynasty excavated in Gansu Province, China: a technical study / Zhang Zhiguo and Ma Qinglin -- Scientific research on glass fragments of the 6th century AD in Guyuan County, Ningxia, China / Song Yan and Ma Qinglin -- Glass artifacts unearthed from the tombs at the Zhagunluke and Sampula cemeteries in Xinjiang / Wang Bo and Lu Lipeng -- Chemical composition analyses of early glasses of different historical periods found in Xinjiang, China / Li Qinghui ... [et al.] -- Glass materials excavated from the kiln site of tricolor glazed pottery at Liquanfang in Chang An City of the Tang
abstract
English translation of the Chinese publication Si chou zhi lu shang de gu dai bo li yan jiu, proceedings of the 2004 Urumqi Symposium on Ancient Glass in Northern China and the 2005 Shanghai International Workshop of Archaeology of Glass, with the addition of some new information and six previously unpublished papers presented at the International Congress on Glass held in Kyoto, Japan in 2004.
catalogue key
6933636
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
A Look Inside
Table of Contents
Prefacep. v
List of Contributorsp. xv
Origin and Evolution of Ancient Chinese Glassp. 1
The Silk Road and Ancient Chinese Glassp. 41
Opening Remarks and Setting the Stage: Lecture at the 2005 Shanghai International Workshop on the Archaeology of Glass Along the Silk Roadp. 109
The Second Kazuo Yamasaki TC-17 Lecture on Asian Glass: Recent Lead-Isotope Analyses of Some Asian Glasses with Remarks on Strontium-Isotope Analysesp. 149
Glass and Bead Trade on the Asian Seap. 165
Characteristics of Early Glasses in Ancient Korea with Respect to Asia's Maritime Bead Tradep. 183
Ancient Lead-Silicate Glasses and Glazes of Central Asiap. 191
Central Asian Glassmaking During the Ancient and Medieval Periodsp. 201
Scientific Study of the Glass Objects Found in Japan from the Third Century BC to the Third Century ADp. 221
Chemical Analysis of the Glass Vessel in Toshodaiji Temple Designated a National Treasure Through a Portable X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometer - Where Did the Glass Vessel Come From?p. 231
On the Glass Origins in Ancient China from the Relationship Between Glassmaking and Metallurgyp. 243
The Inspiration of the Silk Road for Chinese Glass Artp. 265
Faience Beads of the Western Zhou Dynasty Excavated in Gansu Province, China: A Technical Studyp. 275
Scientific Research on Glass Fragments of the 6th Century AD in Guyuan County, Ningxia, Chinap. 291
Glass Artifacts Unearthed from the Tombs at the Zhagunluke and Sampula Cemeteries in Xinjiangp. 299
Chemical Composition Analyses of Early Glasses of Different Historical Periods Found in Xinjiang, Chinap. 331
Glass Materials Excavated from the Kiln Site of Tricolor Glazed Pottery at Liquanfang in Chang An City of the Tang Dynastyp. 359
Ancient Glass in the Grassland of Inner Mongoliap. 367
Glasses of the Northern Wei Dynasty Found at Datongp. 379
Glass Vessels of the Tang Dynasty and the Five Dynasties Found in Guangzhoup. 387
PIXE Study on the Ancient Glasses of the Han Dynasty Unearthed in Hepu County, Guangxip. 397
Multivariate Statistical Analysis of Some Ancient Glasses Unearthed in Southern and Southwestern Chinap. 413
Study of the Ancient Glasses Found in Chongqingp. 439
Study of the Earliest Eye beads in China Unearthed from the Xu Jialing Tomb in Xichuan of Henan Provincep. 457
Biographiesp. 471
Indexp. 473
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