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Silk Road Studies SRS 10 From Palmyra to Zayton: Epigraphy and Iconography - I. Gardner, S. N.C. Lieu, K. Parry
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[EAN: 9782503518831], [SC: 5.0], [PU: Brepols Publishers 0], History|Medieval, History|Middle East, Silk Road Studies SRS 10 From Palmyra to Zayton: Epigraphy and Iconography I. Gardner, S. N.C. Lieu, K. Parry XIII+278 p., 26 colour ill., 160 x 240 mm, 2005 ISBN: 978-2-503-51883-1 Languages: English Paperback The publication is available. Retail price: EUR 60,00 This volume highlights research by Australian scholars on two major Silk Road cities: Palmyra in Syria - long regarded as the finest example of a "Caravan City" - and Quanzhou (Zayton) in South China which was the destination of the main Maritime Silk Road between Medieval China and the Middle East. The volume exhibits for the first time in a western language publication and in full colour the unique iconography of the Nestorian Christian community in South China under Mongol rule. This material is virtually unknown to western scholars and will be of major importance to the study of the eastward diffusion of Christianity and of East-West contact in the period of Marco Polo. The volume also contains one of the largest collections of Palmyrene inscriptions (Aramaic, Greek, Latin and Hebrew) in English translations with accompanying original texts and detailed analytical indices. The selection focuses on politics and trade but also gives representative texts of almost all genres of Palmyrene inscriptions. The volume should prove indispensable to scholars of East-West contacts and of Roman History given the role played by Palmyra under Zenobia in the Crisis of the Third Century.

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From Palmyra to Zayton: Epigraphy and Iconography
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I. Gardner, S. N.C. Lieu, K. Parry

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From Palmyra to Zayton: Epigraphy and Iconography

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9782503518831

This volume highlights research by Australian scholars on two major Silk Road cities: Palmyra in Syria - long regarded as the finest example of a "Caravan City" - and Quanzhou (Zayton) in South China which was the destination of the main Maritime Silk Road between Medieval China and the Middle East. The volume exhibits for the first time in a western language publication and in full colour the unique iconography of the Nestorian Christian community in South China under Mongol rule. This material is virtually unknown to western scholars and will be of major importance to the study of the eastward diffusion of Christianity and of East-West contact in the period of Marco Polo. The volume also contains one of the largest collections of Palmyrene inscriptions (Aramaic, Greek, Latin and Hebrew) in English translations with accompanying original texts and detailed analytical indices. The selection focuses on politics and trade but also gives representative texts of almost all genres of Palmyrene inscriptions. The volume should prove indispensable to scholars of East-West contacts and of Roman History given the role played by Palmyra under Zenobia in the Crisis of the Third Century.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9782503518831
ISBN (ISBN-10): 2503518834
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2005
Herausgeber: BREPOLS PUBL
278 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,594 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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