Princes of Jade
Edmund Capon and William MacQuitty
Using as his inspiration the excavation of the Man Ch'eng Tombs in 1968 the author details the lives of the princes, buried in jade casings, of the Han Dynasty (206BC-220AD). Capon, an authority on early Chinese history, not only introduces us to the wars and intrigues but also to the cultural flowering of the time with photographs by Macquitty of the tomb finds and other remains of that era. 192 pages with extensive colour and black and white photographs. Chapters include
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Published by: Cardinal London, 1973.
Condition: Very Good. Paperback.