2 edition of Tribute missions to China, 960-1126 found in the catalog.
Tribute missions to China, 960-1126
Robert M. Hartwell
Bibliography: p. 213-215.
|Statement||by Robert M. Hartwell.|
|LC Classifications||DS740.4 .H297 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 215 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||215|
|LC Control Number||84148577|
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Tribute missions to China, [Robert M Hartwell] on vassilyk.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying vassilyk.com: Robert M Hartwell. quer 8°, softcover, pages, home-made book spotted, little tears, else fine. Tribute Missions to China, - Compiled and researched by Robert M. Hartwell, this file contains tables on the various tribute embassies that arrived at Chinese borders between and Data include frequency of contacts with various foreign states, the duration of ventures to China, the periodicity of such enterprises, and the multiple functions of “diplomatic” missions.
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oliver Wolters, The Fall of Cited by: Jan 20, · Robert M. Hartwell’s unpublished book Tribute Missions to Song China () lists envoys from countries ranging from Africa to Korea and everything in between.
Most of the recorded tributes seem to be of a political nature, foreign kings and princes paying homage to the Song. Thomas Allsen is one of the foremost historians of the Mongol empire. His latest book breaks new scholarly boundaries in its exploration of cultural and scientific exchanges between Iran and China.
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Apr 01, · The key study of this wreck and its cargo is Michael Flecker's book based on his doctoral dissertation, conducted under the supervision of John Miksic: Flecker, Michael, Hartwell, Robert M., Tribute missions to China – (Philadelphia: Pa., ), p.
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During the Northern Song Dynasty (), the Khan of the Ganzhou Ouigurs often sent special envoys to the imperial capital to present tribute to the emperor, and, in return, the Song court gave "the nephew Ouigur Khan in Ganzhou" special products from central China.
The Khan's emissaries went to the capital of the Song Dynasty on several. trading network (the Indian Ocean, South China Sea, and the Java Sea). During the Northern Song period (–), imported luxurious goods (jewels, ivory, rhinoceros horn, ebony, amber, coral, aromatic products and perfumes) were still an imperial monopoly; only licensed dealers could buy themCited by: 5.
As a consequence, it was decreed that future Dashi missions must come by sea and use Guangzhou as the port of entry. 90 The Songshi subsequently speaks repeatedly of “bozhu 舶主” (ship captains) from Arabia.
91 This may be taken as evidence that at least from the early eleventh century onwards most tribute missions reached China by sea Cited by: - Han rulers accept tribute from other territories in exchange they give territories better gifts to show off power and expand influence - benefits both sides, China offers tributary states protection, sets pattern for later dynasties - thought that Han society is center of civilization spreads.
For over three centuries during the Song dynasty (–) China experienced sustained growth in per capita income and population, structural change in the economy, and increased pace of technological innovation.
Movable print, improved seeds for rice and other commercial crops, gunpowder, water-powered mechanical clocks, the use of coal as a source of fuel for a variety of industries. Dec 30, · During the Northern Song Dynasty (), the Khan of the Ganzhou Ouigurs often sent special envoys to the imperial capital to present tribute to the emperor, and, in return, the Song court gave "the nephew Ouigur Khan in Ganzhou" special products from central China.
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The texts allow the reader to trace the dramatic changes that occurred as the city experienced enormous political and social upheavals over nine centuries. The Qing state allowed trade with both Japan and Russia (since in Nerchinsk 尼布楚) to continue outside the tribute system.
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