Chinese society in the age of Confucius (1000-250 BC) : the archaeological evidence

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Chinese society in the age of Confucius (1000-250 BC) : the archaeological evidence

Lothar von Falkenhausen

(Ideas, debates and perspectives, v. 2)

Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, University of California, 2006

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Bibliography: p. 426-507

Includes index

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The Late Bronze Age (ca. 1000-250 BC) was a crucial period during which the Chinese Classics came into being and famous thinkers such as Confucius (ca. 551-479 BC) laid the intellectual foundations of traditional Chinese civilisation. Complementing and often challenging the surviving writings, Lothar von Falkenhausen develops a self-consciously archaeological perspective on the social conditions in this time. He analyses clan and lineage organisation, social stratification, gender and ethnic differences, as well as social change over time. Falkenhausen not only presents new data, but also thinks about these data in new ways, emphasisng the nexus between the social order and ritual practices and introducing anthropological approaches as-yet rarely tested in China.

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