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A history of Chinese architecture

Wang, Guixiang; Jiang, Lin, translator (China Architecture and Building Press, 2015)
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Chinese architecture has had a long history exceeding 3500 years if we acknowledge the palace ruins of the prehistoric Shang-Yin dynasty as its earliest surviving example. Architectural complexes described in ancient texts, such as the He Palace of Huangdi (Yellow Emperor), suggest their existence at the very beginning of the Chinese civilization. Some fundamental principles developed by architects and builders centuries ago have perpetuated for thousands of years. One such notion is mentioned in the chapter titled Da-yu-mo (Counsels of the Great Yu) in Shang Shu (Book of History):putting right the virtues, using tools that provide the conveniences of daily life, and securing the rich means of sustaining life are things that must be harmoniously attend to.
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Publishing : Beijing: China Architecture and Building Press, 2015
Cataloguing Source : LibUI eng rda
Language : eng
Responsibility Statement : Wang Guixiang; translated by Jiang Lin
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Collection Source : CNKI
Content Type : text (rdacontent)
Media Type : computer (rdamedia)
Carrier Type : online resource (rdacarrier)
Physical Description : 228 pages : illustration
Linkhttp://book.oversea.cnki.net/CCGBWEB/Book/OnlineView/OB180701006?title=A%20History%20of%20Chinese%20Architecture
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