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Story of the Silk Road(China and the World)(English edition)

Author:Zhang Yiping

Publication date:2012-08-01

ISBN:9787508523538

Language:English

Abstract:

Maritime Silk Road was named officially in 1967. In the 1990s, the UNESCO organized a survey of Maritime. As a matter of fact, it was a road of ceramics, silk, perfume and tea, covering many fields such as Chinese history of ports, shipbuilding, sea navigation, overseas trade, migration, religion, i...
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Maritime Silk Road was named officially in 1967. In the 1990s, the UNESCO organized a survey of Maritime. As a matter of fact, it was a road of ceramics, silk, perfume and tea, covering many fields such as Chinese history of ports, shipbuilding, sea navigation, overseas trade, migration, religion, international relations, and Sino-foreign exchange of science, technology and culture. The road linked Asia, Europe, Africa, America and Oceania.

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  • Cover

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  • Titlepage

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  • Contents

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  • The Home of Silk

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  • Zhang Qian's Journey to the West

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  • China and Rome: The Mysterious Strangers

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  • Tribes on China's Western Frontier During Han Dynasty

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  • The Early Merchants on the Silk Road

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  • The Introduction of Buddhism into China via the Silk Road

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  • The Dispute on the West End of the Silk Road

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  • The Great Tang Dynasty and the Golden Age of the Silk Road

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  • International Trade During Tang Dynasty

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  • Tang Monks' Searching for True Buddhist Scriptures in India

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  • Sogdians: The Rich Merchant and Artist on the Silk Road

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  • The Rising of Arabs

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  • The Influence of Roman Arts on the Oriental Cultures

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  • The Culture Diversity of the Silk Road

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  • The Foreign Religions Practiced in China

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  • From the Crusades to Marco Polo

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  • Lyons: The Silk Capital of Europe

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  • The Interaction of Civilizations Between the East and the West

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  • Renaissance of the Silk Road and Dunhuang Buddhist Manuscripts

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  • Copyright

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