The people between the rivers : the rise and fall of a bronze drum culture, 200-750 CE (Computer file, 2016) [University of Washington Libraries]
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The people between the rivers : the rise and fall of a bronze drum culture, 200-750 CE

The people between the rivers : the rise and fall of a bronze drum culture, 200-750 CE

Author: Catherine Churchman
Publisher: Lanham ; Boulder ; New York ; London Rowman et Littlefield [2016] © 2016
Series: Asia/Pacific/perspectives
Edition/Format:   Computer file : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Presents a history of the societies in the south of China known variously as Li and Lao who lived in the lands between the Red and Pearl Rivers in the first millennium CE, a period in which they produced the largest collection of bronze kettledrums known in the world"...Provided by publisher.
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Document Type: Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Catherine Churchman
ISBN: 9781442258617 1442258616
OCLC Number: 1232515442
Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Description: 1 Online-Ressource (xvii, 247 Seiten) : Karten
Series Title: Asia/Pacific/perspectives
Responsibility: Catherine Churchman.

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"Presents a history of the societies in the south of China known variously as Li and Lao who lived in the lands between the Red and Pearl Rivers in the first millennium CE, a period in which they produced the largest collection of bronze kettledrums known in the world"...Provided by publisher.
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