Oxford University Press (2008)
AbstractA collection of essays, by a team of experts in Sinology and Classical Studies, exploring the mental images and symbolical representations of `empire' that developed in the two most powerful political entities of antiquity: China and Rome
The Impact of the Empire's Crises on Historiography and Historical Thinking in Late Antiquity.Hans Armin Gartner & M. Ye
New Tendencies, Religious and Philosophical, in the Chinese World of the Third Through Sixth Centuries.Thomas Jansen
Empire on the Brink: From the Demise of the Han Dynasty to the Fall of the Liang Dynasty. Notes on Chinese Historiography in the Wei-Jin-Nanbeichao Period.Achim Mittag & Min & Ye
The Impact of the Empire's Crises on Historiography and Historical Thinking in Late Antiquity.Hans Armin Gärtner & Min & Ye
The Emergence of Empire: Rome and the Surrounding World in Historical Narratives From the Late Third Century BC to the Early First Century AD.Huang Yang & Mutschler & Fritz-Heiner
New Tendencies, Religious and Philosophical, in the Roman Empire of the Third to Early Fifth Centuries.Gerard O'Daly
Imagining the Empire? Concepts of 'Primeval Unity'in Pre-Imperial Historiographic Tradition.Yuri Pines
Mapping China. The Spatial Dimension of the Unified World: Imperial Geography and Cartographical Representations in Early Imperial China.Helwig Schmidt-Glintzer
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