The Silla Kingdom, which flourished in Korea from 57 B.C. to 935 A.D., is known for its intricately crafted ornaments, many in resplendent gold, and for the creation of prominent Buddhist temples. Silla focuses on the striking artistic traditions of the Old and Unified Silla Kingdoms (4th--8th century), and is the first publication in English to explore the artistic and cultural legacy of this ancient realm. Among the topics explored are Korea's position as the eastern culmination of the Silk Road in the first millennium A.D. and the character and evolution of Buddhism, as illuminated by objects from major monuments, temples, and tombs. The book also presents new research about Silla's ancient capital, Gyeongju, which is known for the Gyerim-ro Dagger, as well as the pottery, glass, and beads discovered in tombs located there. Featuring over 100 magnificent objects, newly photographed and presented with the latest scholarship, this volume will be a revelation to many, and a lavish introduction to the glory that was Silla.
YALE UNIVERSITY PRESS ACADEMIC
|Antall sider||256||Dimensjoner||21,3cm x 26,5cm x 2,7cm|
|Vekt||1237 gram||Leverandør||Bertram Trading Ltd|
|Andre medvirkende||Ham Soon-Seop, Her Hyeong, Insook Lee, Juhyung Rhi, Yoon Onshik, Yoon Sang-Deok||Emner og form||Archaeology, Oriental art|