Art History: Silk Road
Silk Road Research
In the Marriott Library
Aurel Stein / Paul Pelliot --In the Library
Sir Aurel Stein (Delhi : Motilal Banarsidass, 1980-83) v. 1-3. Text -- v. 4. Plates -- v. 5. Maps.
Fine Arts Libary DS793 .S62 S72 1980
Paul Pelliot (Paris : Collège de France, Instituts d'Asie, Centre de recherche sur l'Asie centrale et la Haute Asie, 1981-1992) [1.] Grottes 1 à 30 -- 2. Grottes 31 à 72 -- 3. Grottes 73 à 111a -- 4. Grottes 112a à 120n -- 5. Grottes 120n à 146 -- 6. Grottes 146a à 182 et divers.
Fine Arts Library BQ244 .T84 P47 1981
Digital Silk Road
The Digital Silk Road is a research project on creating digital archives of cultural heritage through collaboration between informatics and humanities. Some of the projects sponsored by the DSR include:
Digital Archive of Toyo Bunko Rare Books A digital archives (image database) of basic references on Silk Road, including 100+ rare books, through the digitization of whole books from cover to cover.
Digital Maps of Old Beijing Study 250 years of change in Beijing revived with maps and photographs.
Silk Road Maps Navigate the Silk Road on historical maps and digital maps (including Google Earth).
Stein Placename Database Map of Innermost Asia and Index of Local Names made by Aurel Stein are here combined to recreate the index of placenames that takes advantage of the Web.
Database for Buddhist Cave Temples in China Provides comparison table for cave numbers across the literature as well as images and links to related content: Dunhuang Mogao Caves; Bezeklik Caves; Kizil Caves.
Silk Road Narratives Narratives of various themes to understand Silk Road a little deeper.
Photographs of Past and Present Visualize the historical change of places by taking present photographs from the same place and the same layout with old photographs.
Silk Road in Photographs Views of Khotan, Turfan, Changji, Jimsar, Hami, Dunhuang, Anxi, Jiuquan, Lanzhou, and Xi'an.
3D Digital Archives 3D virtual resconstruction projects for the Citadel of Bam, Iran, and the Bezeklik Caves, China.
Silk Road -- Antiquities
Silk Road -- Antiquities -- Exhibitions
Silk Road -- Biography
Silk Road -- Description and travel
Silk Road -- History
Silk road -- History -- Sources -- Congresses
Silk Road -- Maps
Silk Road -- Pictorial works
China -- Description and travel
China, Northwest -- History
China -- Pictorial works
Xinjiang Uygur Zizhiqu (China) -- Pictorial works
Xinjiang Uygur Zizhiqu (China) -- Exhibitions
Gansu Sheng (China) -- Description and travel
Tadmur (Syria) -- Antiquities
Asia -- Civilization
Asia -- History
Asia -- Maps -- History
Asia, Central -- Antiquities
Asia, Central -- Antiquities -- Exhibitions
Asia, Central -- History
Asia, Central -- Religion
Bronze age -- Asia, Central
Bronze age -- Asia, Central -- Exhibitions
Eurasia -- Commerce -- History
Silk industry -- Religious aspects
Silk industry -- Asia -- History
Silk industry -- Europe -- History
Trade routes -- China
Silk industry -- China -- History
Trade routes -- Asia -- History
Trade routes -- Eurasia -- History
Islam -- Silk Road -- History
Buddhism -- Silk Road -- History Art, Tantric-Buddhist -- Himalaya Mountains Region -- Exhibitions
Cartography -- Asia -- History
Asia -- Historical geography -- Maps
Dunhuang Caves (China) -- Antiquities
Dunhuang manuscripts -- Congresses
Dunhuang manuscripts -- History and criticism
Dunhuang Xian (Gansu Sheng, China)
Mural painting and decoration, Buddhist -- China -- Dunhuang Caves
Mural painting and decoration, Chinese -- China -- Dunhuang
Art, Buddhist -- China -- Dunhuang Caves
Buddhist mural painting and decoration -- China -- Dunhuang Xian
Art, Chinese -- China -- Dunhuang Xian (Gansu Sheng)
Art objects -- Asia, Central
Landscape painting, Chinese
Inscriptions -- Silk Road
Stein, Aurel, Sir, 1862-1943
Paul Pelliot 1878-1945
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