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The Chu Silk Manuscripts from Zidanku, Changsha (Hunan Province)

The Chu Silk Manuscripts from Zidanku, Changsha (Hunan Province)

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內容簡介

  The Silk Manuscripts from Zidanku, Changsha (Hunan), are the only pre-Imperial Chinese manuscripts on silk found to-date. Dating to the turn from the 4th to the 3rd centuries BC (Late Warring States period), they contain several texts concerning basic cosmological concepts, including one manuscript (Manuscript 1) with a diagrammatic arrangement and surrounded by pictorial illustrations. As such, they constitute a unique source of information complementing and going beyond what is known from transmitted texts.

  This is the first in a two-volume monograph on the Zidanku manuscripts, reflecting almost four decades of research by Professor Li Ling of Peking University. While the philological study and translation of the manuscript texts is the subject of Volume Two, this first volume presents the archaeological context and history of transmission of the physical manuscripts. It records how they were taken from their original place of interment in the 1940s and taken to the United States in 1946; documents the early stages in the research on the finds from the Zidanku tomb and its re-excavation in the 1970s; and accounts for where the manuscripts were kept before becoming the property, respectively, of the Arthur M. Sackler Foundation, New York (Manuscript 1), and the Freer and Sackler Galleries, Smithsonian Institution (Manuscripts 2 and 3). Superseding previous efforts, this is the definitive account that will sets the record straight and establishes a new basis for future research on these uniquely important artifacts.

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  “The Chu Silk Manuscripts from Zidanku, the oldest documents on silk with writing and images, are among the most exciting and enigmatic remnants from Chinese antiquity. Ever since their discovery in 1942 and their transferal to the US in 1946 scholars have grappled with how to interpret them. This now is the authoritative study. It is the collaborative effort of Li Ling, China’s foremost paleographer, and Lothar von Falkenhausen, the unrivalled expert on Chinese epigraphy in the US―a felicitous example of Sino-American cooperation.”―Lothar Ledderose
  Senior Professor, Institute of East Asian Art History, Heidelberger Akademie der Wissenschaften

  “The 1942 discovery of the Zidanku manuscript was a seminal event in the study of early Chinese paleography and religion. Now seventy years later, Li Ling’s definitive monograph unveils the mysteries surrounding its discovery, transmission, preservation, and decipherment to an international audience. This volume compiles and assesses with immaculate accuracy and critical acumen all extant relevant material that Li Ling uncovered during his over thirty-year pursuit for answers in and out of China among archaeologists, historians, paleographers, and conservation scientists―a true model of interdisciplinary and international research, and an inspiration to all scholars in early China studies.”―Jenny F. So
  Senior Curator for Early Chinese Art (1990–2000), Freer|Sackler Galleries, Smithsonian Institution

  “This important book by Professor Li Ling is the result of a lifetime’s work of investigation into the Chu manuscripts from Zidanku, and recounts their fate from their discovery in the 1940s up to today. Professor Lothar von Falkenhausen has generously put his expertise at the service of the translation of this monumental work, perfectly reflecting one of the most valuable qualities of its author: his art of expressing the most difficult things simply and in a unique style in order to make them accessible to the greatest number of people.”―Marianne Bujard
  École Pratique des Hautes Études, Paris

  “Professor Li Ling’s splendid book offers to the Western public the first ever comprehensive monograph on the Chu Silk Manuscripts from Zidanku in Changsha (Hunan), including the archaeological context of their discovery. This masterful research, to which he has devoted more than thirty years, is not only a minute investigation―the most extensive of its kind on the famous manuscripts―but also a very valuable contribution to our understanding of the intellectual life of the Late Warring States period.”―Alain Thote
  École Pratique des Hautes Études, Paris
 
 

作者介紹

作者簡介

Li Ling


  Li Ling is a distinguished Chinese historian, a towering figure in the study of classical Chinese civilization. He is Chair Professor of Humanities in the Department of Chinese Language and Literature at Peking University and has published prolifically in the areas of Chinese archaeology, paleography, classical philology, intellectual history, historical geography, the history of science and technology, as well as material culture and art history (with special emphasis on Chinese bronzes). He is especially interested in the connections between China and other parts of Eurasia in antiquity. In 2016, he was named Foreign Honorary Member of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences (AAAS).

譯者簡介

LOTHAR VON FALKENHAUSEN


  Lothar von Falkenhausen is Professor of Chinese Archaeology and Art History at UCLA, where he has taught since 1993. He also heads the East Asian Laboratory at the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA, and served as Associate Director of that Institute from 2004–2014. His research concerns the archaeology of the Chinese Bronze Age, focusing on large interdisciplinary and historical issues about which archaeological materials can provide significant new information. His Chinese Society in the Age of Confucius (1000–250 BC): The Archaeological Evidence (2006) received the Society for American Archaeology Book Award.
 
 

詳細資料

  • ISBN:9789882370975
  • 規格:精裝 / 252頁 / 21.6 x 27.9 x 3.53 cm / 普通級 / 單色印刷 / 初版
  • 出版地:香港

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