Artisans in Early Imperial China

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Early China is best known for the dazzling artifacts it has left behind. This book examines the social context in which these terracotta figures, gilt-bronze lamps, and other objects unearthed during archaeological excavations were created and the lives of the real individuals who made them. From workshops to marketplace to the court, Barbieri-Low explores these artisans' lives and careers from a variety of aspects and humanizes the remains of the past.

Artisans in Early Imperial China 2007, University of Washington Press, Seattle

ISBN-13: 9780295987132

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