The Resource Early Buddhist Art of China and Central Asia, Volume 3 : The Western Ch'in in Kansu in the Sixteen Kingdoms Period and Inter-relationships with the Buddhist Art of Gandh?ra, (electronic resource)

Early Buddhist Art of China and Central Asia, Volume 3 : The Western Ch'in in Kansu in the Sixteen Kingdoms Period and Inter-relationships with the Buddhist Art of Gandh?ra, (electronic resource)

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Early Buddhist Art of China and Central Asia, Volume 3 : The Western Ch'in in Kansu in the Sixteen Kingdoms Period and Inter-relationships with the Buddhist Art of Gandh?ra
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Early Buddhist Art of China and Central Asia, Volume 3
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The Western Ch'in in Kansu in the Sixteen Kingdoms Period and Inter-relationships with the Buddhist Art of Gandh?ra
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  • eng
  • eng
Summary
Presenting new studies on the chronology and iconography of Buddhist art during the Western Ch'in (385-431 A.D.) in northwest China, including Ping-ling ssu and Mai-chi shan, this book addresses issues of dating, textual sources, the five-Buddhas, and relation with Gandhara
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AU-PeEL
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Martin Rhie, Marylin
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  • 704.9
  • 704.9/4899430951
  • 704.94899430951
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English
LC call number
N8193.C6 R475 2010
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Early Buddhist Art of China and Central Asia
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  • Art, Central Asian
  • Art, Chinese
  • Buddhist art -- Asia, Central
  • Buddhist art -- China
  • Buddhist art
  • Buddhist art
  • Art, Chinese
  • Art, Gandhara
  • Visual Arts
  • Art, Architecture & Applied Arts
  • Visual Arts - General
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Early Buddhist Art of China and Central Asia, Volume 3 : The Western Ch'in in Kansu in the Sixteen Kingdoms Period and Inter-relationships with the Buddhist Art of Gandh?ra, (electronic resource)
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online resource
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cr
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text
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txt
Contents
  • Contents; Preface; Acknowledgements; List of Illustrations; List of Maps and Note on Diacriticals; Introduction; Chapter One The Western Ch'in (385-431 A.D.): History and Buddhism; I. The Ch'i-fu Clan and the Western Ch'in (385-431 A.D.); A. Ch'i-fu Kuo-jen (r. 385-387/388): Beginning of the Western Ch'in Kingdom; B. Ch'i-fu Ch'ien-kuei (r. 388-412): Expansion of the Western Ch'in; C. Ch'i-fu Chih-p'an (r. 412-427): Consolidation and Height of the Western Ch'in; D. Ch'i-fu Mu-mo (r. 427-431): Demise of the Western Ch'in; II. Buddhist Activities in the Western Ch'in from Written Records
  • A. Sheng-chien: Buddhist Monk TranslatorB. Fa-hsien: Early Monk Traveler to the Western Regions; C. Hsuan-kao: Famous Meditation Monk; D. Hui-lan: Later Monk Traveler to the Western Regions; E. Concluding Comments; Chapter Two Bronze Buddha Altar from Ching-Ch'uan; I. Introduction; II. Technical and Stylistic Description and Comparative Analysis; A. Buddha Image; B. Lion Throne; C. Mandorla; D. Canopy; E. Four-footed Stand; III. Conclusions of Dating and Region of Make from the Technical and Stylistic Analysis; IV. The "Kuei-i-hou yin" Bronze Seal and the Date of the Burial
  • Chapter Three Ping-Ling SSU Stone Caves: Introduction and Niche No. 1I. Introduction; II. Niche No.1: Monumental Buddha Statue; A. Description and Technical, Stylistic and Comparative Analysis; 1. Technique; 2. Posture and Hand Positions; 3. Body Form; 4. Drapery; 5. Head; 6. Wall Paintings; III. Conclusions and Significance Regarding the Niche No.1 Buddha; A. Dating and Sources of Style; B. Oldest Surviving Monumental Buddha Image in China; C. Possible King Asoka Buddha Image and Relation to Eastern Chin in the South; D. Relation with the Bamiyan East Great Buddha
  • Chapter Four Ping-Ling SSU Cave 169: West (Rear) WallI. Introduction to Cave 169; II. West Wall (upper part); A. Group 18: Description, Dating and Stylistic Sources; 1. Group 18: Large Standing Central Buddha; a. Proportions and Posture, Body Form and Head; b. Drapery; c. Mandorla and Pedestal; d. Conclusions; 2. Group 18: Ten Dhyanasana Buddhas; B. Group 18: Iconography of the Large Standing Buddha with Ten Dhyanasana Buddhas; 1. Group 18 Schema; 2. Buddhas of the Ten-Directions in Early Mahayana Sutras
  • 3. Group 18 as Representing Sakyamuni and the Ten-Direction Buddhas from Chapter 11 of the Cheng fa-hua ching, Dharmaraksa's 286 A.D. Translation of the Saddharmapundarika Sutra (Lotus Sutra)a. Translation of Excerpts from Chapter 11 of the Cheng fa-hua ching, the Dharmaraksa 286 A.D.; b. Application of Chapter 11 of the Cheng fa-hua ching (Dharamraksa Translation of the Saddharmapundarika Sutra) to the Cave 169 Group 18 Sculptures; c. Comment on the identity of the Group 18 configuration; C. Conclusions of Dating and Iconography; III. West Wall (lower part)
  • A. Group 17: Triad with Surviving Standing Bodhisattva
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1 online resource (1017 p.)
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electronic
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9781283852463
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computer
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  • (CKB)3330000000000148
  • (EBL)1079749
  • (OCoLC)823381013
  • (SSID)ssj0000704250
  • (PQKBManifestationID)11454193
  • (PQKBTitleCode)TC0000704250
  • (PQKBWorkID)10692894
  • (PQKB)11620291
  • (EXLCZ)993330000000000148
Label
Early Buddhist Art of China and Central Asia, Volume 3 : The Western Ch'in in Kansu in the Sixteen Kingdoms Period and Inter-relationships with the Buddhist Art of Gandh?ra, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Description based upon print version of record
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Contents
  • Contents; Preface; Acknowledgements; List of Illustrations; List of Maps and Note on Diacriticals; Introduction; Chapter One The Western Ch'in (385-431 A.D.): History and Buddhism; I. The Ch'i-fu Clan and the Western Ch'in (385-431 A.D.); A. Ch'i-fu Kuo-jen (r. 385-387/388): Beginning of the Western Ch'in Kingdom; B. Ch'i-fu Ch'ien-kuei (r. 388-412): Expansion of the Western Ch'in; C. Ch'i-fu Chih-p'an (r. 412-427): Consolidation and Height of the Western Ch'in; D. Ch'i-fu Mu-mo (r. 427-431): Demise of the Western Ch'in; II. Buddhist Activities in the Western Ch'in from Written Records
  • A. Sheng-chien: Buddhist Monk TranslatorB. Fa-hsien: Early Monk Traveler to the Western Regions; C. Hsuan-kao: Famous Meditation Monk; D. Hui-lan: Later Monk Traveler to the Western Regions; E. Concluding Comments; Chapter Two Bronze Buddha Altar from Ching-Ch'uan; I. Introduction; II. Technical and Stylistic Description and Comparative Analysis; A. Buddha Image; B. Lion Throne; C. Mandorla; D. Canopy; E. Four-footed Stand; III. Conclusions of Dating and Region of Make from the Technical and Stylistic Analysis; IV. The "Kuei-i-hou yin" Bronze Seal and the Date of the Burial
  • Chapter Three Ping-Ling SSU Stone Caves: Introduction and Niche No. 1I. Introduction; II. Niche No.1: Monumental Buddha Statue; A. Description and Technical, Stylistic and Comparative Analysis; 1. Technique; 2. Posture and Hand Positions; 3. Body Form; 4. Drapery; 5. Head; 6. Wall Paintings; III. Conclusions and Significance Regarding the Niche No.1 Buddha; A. Dating and Sources of Style; B. Oldest Surviving Monumental Buddha Image in China; C. Possible King Asoka Buddha Image and Relation to Eastern Chin in the South; D. Relation with the Bamiyan East Great Buddha
  • Chapter Four Ping-Ling SSU Cave 169: West (Rear) WallI. Introduction to Cave 169; II. West Wall (upper part); A. Group 18: Description, Dating and Stylistic Sources; 1. Group 18: Large Standing Central Buddha; a. Proportions and Posture, Body Form and Head; b. Drapery; c. Mandorla and Pedestal; d. Conclusions; 2. Group 18: Ten Dhyanasana Buddhas; B. Group 18: Iconography of the Large Standing Buddha with Ten Dhyanasana Buddhas; 1. Group 18 Schema; 2. Buddhas of the Ten-Directions in Early Mahayana Sutras
  • 3. Group 18 as Representing Sakyamuni and the Ten-Direction Buddhas from Chapter 11 of the Cheng fa-hua ching, Dharmaraksa's 286 A.D. Translation of the Saddharmapundarika Sutra (Lotus Sutra)a. Translation of Excerpts from Chapter 11 of the Cheng fa-hua ching, the Dharmaraksa 286 A.D.; b. Application of Chapter 11 of the Cheng fa-hua ching (Dharamraksa Translation of the Saddharmapundarika Sutra) to the Cave 169 Group 18 Sculptures; c. Comment on the identity of the Group 18 configuration; C. Conclusions of Dating and Iconography; III. West Wall (lower part)
  • A. Group 17: Triad with Surviving Standing Bodhisattva
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (1017 p.)
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9781283852463
Media category
computer
Media type code
c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (CKB)3330000000000148
  • (EBL)1079749
  • (OCoLC)823381013
  • (SSID)ssj0000704250
  • (PQKBManifestationID)11454193
  • (PQKBTitleCode)TC0000704250
  • (PQKBWorkID)10692894
  • (PQKB)11620291
  • (EXLCZ)993330000000000148

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