Tomb Tile Pictures of Ancient China: An Archaeological Study of Pottery Tiles from Tombs of Western Honan, Dating about the Third Century B.C

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TOMB TILE PICTURES OF ANCIENT CHINA
An Archaeological Study of Pottery Tiles from Tombs of Western Honan, Dating about the Third Century B.C.

by WILLIAM CHARLES WHITE

Sometime Bishop of Honan, Associate Professor of Archaeology (Chinese), University of Toronto, Keeper of the East Asiatic Collection of The Royal Ontario Museum

MUSEUM STUDIES - NUMBER ONE

Published by the Royal Ontario Museum of Archaeology through the generosity of the Rockefeller Foundation

THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO PRESS · TORONTO 1939

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Table of contents

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  • Title Page v
  • Foreword ix
  • Preface xi
  • A Chronological Outline Of Chinese Cultural Epochs xiii
  • Contents xvii
  • List of Illustrations xix
  • Part I - Text 1
  • I - Introduction 5
  • II - Locality and Tombs 7
  • III - Date of the Tiles 14
  • IV - Inscriptions 17
  • V - Technique of Making the Tiles 22
  • VI - Stamps and Designs 24
  • VII - Human Figures 28
  • VIII - Weapons and Equipment 33
  • IX - Horses 40
  • X - Dragons 44
  • XI - Tigers and Leopards 48
  • XII - Various Animals 51
  • XIII - Various Birds 53
  • XIV - Trees, Animal Style, and Falconry 57
  • XV - Border Designs 60
  • XVI - Later Tiles 64
  • Index 67
  • Part II - Plates 71
  • Group 1 - Triangular Tiles Plates I-Xii 75
  • Group 2 - Rectangular Tiles Plates Xiii-Xlvi 89
  • Group 3 - Detail Sections Plates Xlvii-Lvi 125
  • Group 4 - Human Figures Plates Lvii-Lxviii 137
  • Group 5 - Horses and Dragons Plates Lxix-Lxxxii 151
  • Group 7 - Deer and Dog Plates Lxxxixa-Xciv 175
  • Group 8 - Plates Xcv-Cx 185
  • Group 9 - Plates Cxi-Cxviii 203
  • Group 10 - Plates Cxix-Cxxvii 213
  • Note 215
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