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BUDDHIST STONE SCRIPTURES FROM SHANDONG, CHINA

Matthias Arnold
2008 unpublished
This paper introduces the website of the Buddhist Stone Scriptures project of the Heidelberg Academy of Sciences.  ...  Buddhist Stone Scriptures of Shandong Province was launched in 2005 by the Ji'nan Museum for the Art of Stone Engravings of Shandong province and the Heidelberg Academy of Sciences and Humanities.  ...  INTRODUCTION In the second half of the 6th century Buddhist monks began in an area which corresponds to present day Shandong Province to engrave passages from sutra texts China and Japan.  ... 
doi:10.14236/ewic/eva2008.1 fatcat:gkvraw3mffbtvau75rhyzfoghy

Buddhist Stone Sutras in China: Shandong Province eds. by Wang Yongbo and Tsai Suey-Ling

Bart Dessein
2016 China Review International  
Through a detailed scrutiny of such portrayal in mass media from literature to film in the United States, China, and Sinophone communities from the early twentieth century to the present, Wong argues that  ...  We can thus only eagerly wait for the fourth volume on Shandong that will be entirely devoted to Sutra Stone Valley (Jingshiyu) on Mount Tai.  ... 
doi:10.1353/cri.2016.0136 fatcat:bheyfa4qlrhzne25uy4eeuvxku

5. Stone Hymn – The Buddhist Colophon of 579 Engraved on Mount Tie, Shandong [chapter]

Lothar Ledderose, Birgit Kellner
2019 Buddhism and the Dynamics of Transculturality  
Stone Sutras in China, Shandong Province, vol. 2 (see note 5 above), 172-174.  ...  the Footnotes, in which we explain the reasons for our reading of the characters will be found in Buddhist Stone Sutras in China, Shandong Province vol. 2 (note 5 above), 160-162. 5 Stone Hymn -The Buddhist  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110413083-005 fatcat:alrblrgtxjcbtpcgeomdctnulm

Archaeological Discovery and Examination of the Money Trees Picture and Buddhist Images in Southwestern China

Huo Wei
2008 Chinese Archaeology  
However, along with the confirmation of the date of another relief stone tomb in Cangshan County, Shandong Province, the common understanding is tending to date it as in the later period of the Eastern  ...  ; here might mean Sarira)" in Horinger Han Mural Tomb and the figure of "Six-tusked Elephant" in the scene of the stone relief tomb in Tengzhou (former Tengxian County) City, Shandong Province, which was  ... 
doi:10.1515/char.2008.8.1.185 fatcat:re2je4z3vzh55c7uuwjwojc6oa

Examples of Buddho–Daoist interaction: conceptions of the afterlife in early medieval epigraphic sources

Friederike Assandri
2013 The e-Journal of East and Central Asian Religions  
Buddhist images were known in China since Han Dynasty.  ...  Engraved in stone in early medieval China, these epigraphic documents portray an amazing variety of concepts of the after-life.  ... 
doi:10.2218/ejecar.2013.1.726 fatcat:3jjycfaxezazpjxf3iconekr6y

Imagining Ritual and Cultic Practice in Koguryŏ Buddhism

Richard D. McBride II
2014 International Journal of Korean History  
(NewYork: Japan Society, 2003), 54-67; see also Tanabe Saburōsuke, "From the Stone Buddhas of Longxingsi to Buddhist Images in Three Kingdoms Korea and Asuka-Hakuhō Japan," Transmitting the Forms of  ...  in hagiographies about Buddhist monks in China.  ... 
doi:10.22372/ijkh.2014.19.2.169 fatcat:sgiuvdccwjao5cjcmp32vzw3ky

War Captives, Left-Behind Wives, and Buddhist Nuns: Female Migrants in Early Medieval China (4th–6th Century CE)

Wen-Yi Huang
2021 Journal of Chinese History  
AbstractUsing received texts and excavated funerary epitaphs, this article examines the intricacies of gender and migration in early medieval China by exploring women's long-distance mobility from the  ...  fourth century to the sixth century, when what is now known as China was divided by the Northern Wei and a succession of four southern states—the Eastern Jin, Liu-Song, Southern Qi, and Liang.  ...  The final version has benefitted from the kind and useful comments of the two anonymous reviewers.  ... 
doi:10.1017/jch.2021.1 fatcat:4iekicm4p5aejcc7vhu3jsj23e

The Relief Problem: Some Notes from an Art Historian

Yudong Wang
2018 Ars Orientalis  
This essay examines the factural and phenomenological aspects of some relief works of the remote and recent past, ranging from Buddhist sculptural and pictorial reliefs made in China, Central Asia, and  ...  Relief works inspired a series of descriptive neologisms introduced into the Chinese language through translated Buddhist scriptures and treatises.  ...  A Buddhist stele from Chengdu (Sichuan) dated 523 can help us appreciate the tactics that the artist employed to realize an artistic ideal in stone relief carving.  ... 
doi:10.3998/ars.13441566.0048.006 fatcat:mzh5svcimvhhblw2jxjcpjfhde

Local Resistance in Early Medieval Chinese Historiography and the Problem of Religious Overinterpretation

Grégoire Espesset, Dominic Steavu
2014 The Medieval history journal  
Case 6: Sun En Sun En belonged to a clan from Langye (in present-day Shandong) noted for its adherence to the 'Taoist' Way of the Five Bushels of Grain ( ).  ...  , for that matter, that they pointed to ideas from the eponymous scripture preserved in the mid-Ming dynasty (1368-1644) Taoist Canon, the notorious but still poorly understood (Taiping jing ). 82 And  ... 
doi:10.1177/0971945814544827 fatcat:ylwtdxie35gjjpksbgkuc6lreq

Chinese-Buddhist Encounter

Fan Zhang
2019 Asian Studies  
in China.  ...  The standard pictorial formula of Fuxi and Nüwa, a pair of indigenous Chinese deities, started to absorb new motifs from Buddhist art during the early medieval period when Buddhism became more prominent  ...  Accounts in Buddhist scriptures lend support to this hypothesis.  ... 
doi:10.4312/as.2019.7.2.87-111 fatcat:z6v4e4mfpfb7rny7efiwkktioy

Performing Center in a Vertical Rise: Multilevel Pagodas in China's Middle Period

Wei-cheng Lin
2016 Ars Orientalis  
Steinhardt 5 A three-level ge (pavilion), rubbing of a stone engraving. Feixian, Shandong, Eastern Han dynasty (25-220).  ...  A stone engraving from an Eastern Han tomb in Shandong depicts a ge ( fig. 5) three sides and two upper levels. 22 The purpose of the two upper levels is unclear, but although they seem to increase  ... 
doi:10.3998/ars.13441566.0046.005 fatcat:xhptkwmjh5fv3d2ljy66dsuyti

The Cultural Interpretations of "Golden Sound and Jade Vibration"

Hu Jiansheng
2019 Journal of Literature and Art Studies  
The stone striking the Qing bells in Wenshang Sunjia Village in Shandong Pic 16.  ...  Other similar drawings include the drawing of the stone striking the Qing bells in Wenshang Sunjia Village in Shandong (see Pic. 15), and the stone striking drawing in Jiaxiang Wu's Shrine, Shandong (see  ... 
doi:10.17265/2159-5836/2019.06.003 fatcat:oueupaidd5cszpncs662sti2iu

The Transformations of Xuanwu/Zhenwu

Patricia Eichenbaum Karetzky
2015 Journal of Daoist Studies  
Rubbing from stone coffin end.  ...  By the sixth century, the four guardian kings, dressed in armor and striking militaristic poses are a common feature of Buddhist altars in China, where they protect the four directions. 8 Along the northern  ... 
doi:10.1353/dao.2015.0003 fatcat:zdjzqefnp5h3tolswttwnyxvbm

The Retrospect of Modern China on Islamic Studies—Centered on People, Institutions and Their Academic Activities

Alimu Tuoheti
2021 International Journal of Social Science Studies  
The period from the founding of new China to the reform and development can be regarded as the initial period.  ...  The period from the beginning of the 20th century to the founding of new China can be regarded as the beginning period.  ...  The academic history of Islam in China.  ... 
doi:10.11114/ijsss.v9i5.5338 fatcat:32t525nbpzgapidyextll7vl2q

Earliest historical records of typhoons in China

Kin-sheun Louie, Kam-biu Liu
2003 Journal of Historical Geography  
A typhoon that struck the coastal city of Mizhou in Shandong Province of northern China in AD 816 is the earliest recorded tropical cyclone landfall in China, and perhaps also in the world.  ...  This is the second earliest typhoon landfall recorded in China. #  ...  The second source of evidence comes from Buddhist scriptures of ancient India. Many such scriptures are translated into Chinese and the term heifeng can be found in them.  ... 
doi:10.1006/jhge.2002.0453 fatcat:n2fuwlslgjfexdqgcmpl3v2sru
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