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Treasures from the Bronze Age of China: An Exhibition from The People's Republic of China
The Metropolitan Museum of Art (1980)
This title is out of print.
Table of contents

Preface
Foreword
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Map

1. The Beginnings of the Bronze Age: The Erlitou Culture Period (First Half of the Second Millennium B.C.)

2. Vigorous Development: The Zhengzhou Phase (The Erligang Period or Mid-Second Millennium B.C.)

3.The Spread of Shang Culture: The Appearance and Growth of Regional Bronze-Using Culture (15th–11th Centuries B.C.)

4. A Classic Period in the Bronze Art: The High Yinxu Phas (Anyang Period about 1300–1030 B.C.)

5. Unrestrained Invention: The Rise of the Western Zhou Dynasty (Late 11th–Early 10th Century B.C.)

6. Patterns and Interlace: Transformation of the Bronze Art in Later Western Zhou (Late 10th Century–771 B.C.)

7. Variety and Freshness: New Departures in Eastern Zhou Bronze Designs

The Spring and Autumn Period (770–476 B.C.)

8. Splendor and Sophistication: The Inlaid Bronzes of the Warring States Period (475–221 B.C.)

9. The Waning of the Bronze Age: The Western Han Period (206 B.C.)

10. The Terracotta Army of the First Emperor of Qin (221–206 B.C.)

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