Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
CN China, China, Chine, Cina, China
Kultur, Cultura, Culture, Cultura, Culture

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Ancient World Cultures - China

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A Visual Sourcebook of Chinese Civilization

(E?)(L?) http://depts.washington.edu/chinaciv/
"The goal of this 'visual sourcebook' is to add to the material teachers can use to help their students understand Chinese history, culture, and society." Features a timeline with links to information and images, and essays on topics such as ancient tombs, Buddhism, clothing, and gardens. Includes maps, discussion questions, and bibliographies. From the University of Washington.

(E?)(L?) http://depts.washington.edu/chinaciv/sitemap.htm

It is generally easiest to navigate this site from Contents or the Timeline, but there may be times when it is useful to consult a list of the main pages, which is given here. This list does not include the hundreds of pages that give source citations, nor the pages that extend the text by giving answers, thoughts, further comments, or enlarged details. It also does not list the separate pages of the Teachers' Guide or the Timeline and Maps.

Front Matter | F1 Purpose | F2 Contents | F3 Timeline and Maps | F4 Sitemap | F5 Teachers' Guide | Units | 1 Geography | Further Reading | 1.1 Land | 1.11 China Proper | 1.111 The Great Wall | 1.112 Yellow River | 1.113 Yangtze River | 1.12 Outer China | 1.2 People | 2 Ancient Tombs | Further Reading | 2.1Neolithic Tomb at Dawenkou | 2.11 Pottery from Dawenkou | 2.2 Shang Tomb of Fu Hao | 2.21 Bronzes from Fu Hao's Tomb | 2.211 Piece-Mold Techniques | 2.22 Jade from Fu Hao's Tomb | 2.3 Zhou Tomb of Count Yu | 2.31 Bronzes from Count Yu's Tomb | 2.32 Jades from Count Yu's Tomb | 2.4 Warring States Tomb of Marquis Yi | 2.41 Inscriptions | 2.43 Musical Instruments | 2.431 Restoration of the Bells | 2.44 Bronzes from Marquis Yi's Tomb | 2.45 Lacquer Objects | 2.46 Gold and Silver | 2.5 Han Tomb of Liu Sheng | 2.51 Diagram of Tomb | 2.52 Bronze Objects | 2.53 Jade Objects | 3 Buddhism | Further Reading | 3.1 Images | 3.11 Buddhas | 3.12 Bodhisattvas | 3.13 Other Divinities | 3.14 Groups of Images | 3.2 Temples | 3.21 Cave Temples | 3.22 Urban Temples | 3.3 Practice | 3.31 Monks and Nuns | 3.32 Lay People | 4 Calligraphy | Further Reading | 4.1 Script Types | 4.2 Techniques of Transmission | 4.3 Six Dynasties Calligraphy | 4.4 Tang Calligraphy | 4.21 Early Tang Court Calligraphy | 4.22 Other Script Types | 4.23 Religious Writings | 4.24 Individualist Styles | 4.5 Calligraphy in Modern China | 5 Military Technology | Further Reading | 5.1 Siegecraft | 5.2 Crossbows | 5.3 Spears and Clubs | 5.4 Catapults | 5.5 Warships | 5.6 Gunpowder and Firearms | 6 Painting | Further Reading | 6.1 Painting as a Social Record | 6.11 Urban Life | 6.111 Shops and Commerce | 6.112 Means of Transportation | 6.113 Individuals on the Street | 6.12 Private Life | 6.121 The Private Realm of the Literati | 6.1211 The Night Revels of Minister Han Xizai | 6.2 Painting as a Fine Art | 6.21 Landscape Painting | 6.211 Northern Song Landscape Painting | 6.2111 Guo Xi's Early Spring | 6.212 Southern Song Landscape Painting | 6.213 Yuan Landscape Painting | 6.22 Court Painting | 6.221 Paintings with Political Agendas | 6.222 Bird and Flower Painting | 6.23 Scholar Painting | 6.231 Figures and Animals | 6.232 Bamboo, Plum, and Other Plants | 7 Homes | Further Reading | 7.1 House Architecture | 7.11 Fengshui | 7.12 Earth as a Building Material | 7.13 Roof Tiles | 7.14 Wooden Framing | 7.15 Regional Variation | 7.151 Cave Dwellings | 7.16 Decorative Elements | 7.2 Interiors | 7.21 Kang | 7.22 Beds | 7.23 Furniture | 8 Gardens | Further Reading | 8.1 Origins of Garden Design | 8.2 Garden Design | 8.21 Rocks and Mountains | 8.22 Water | 8.23 Buildings | 8.24 Plants | 8.241 Paving Patterns | 8.3 The Garden as a Site for Social Activity | 8.4 Aesthetics of the Garden | 8.5 Garden of the Master of Nets | 9 Clothing | Further Reading | 9.1 Traditional Patterns | 9.11 Evidence from Paintings | 9.12 Evidence from Photographs | 9.121 Men | 9.122 Women | 9.13 Making Cloth | 9.131 Sericulture | 9.2 Twentieth-Century Changes | 9.21 Adaptations to Western Styles | 9.211 Qipao | 9.212 Mao Suits | 9.213 Western-Style Suits | 9.22 Eighties and Nineties | 9.23 Weddings | 10 Graphic Arts | Further Reading | 10. 1 Commercial Advertisements | 10.11Calendar Posters | 10.111 Folk Calendars | 10.12 Magazine Advertisements | 10.13 Book Covers | 10.2 Political Propaganda | 10.21 Woodcuts | 10.22 PRC under Mao | 10.221 Leaders and Role Models | 10.222 Science and Technology | 10.223 Youth and Education | 10.224 Cultural Revolution | 10.3 Contemporary Graphic Arts | 10.31 Four Modernizations Era | 10.32 Contemporary Advertising


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