Song dynasty

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the imperial dynasty of China from 960 to 1279

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Although Wang officially held power for less than a decade, and despite his contemporaries widely condemning his policies, his intellectual influence continued through the destruction of, first, the Northern Song dynasty and then the Southern Song dynasty.
Since the publication of both the Lu and Zhang editions, many scholars have produced detailed studies on them, as they not only marked a turning point in the status of The Songs of the Whitestone Daoist, but also played an important role in canonizing the song lyrics of the Southern Song dynasty.
Majestic landscapes from Tang and Northern Song periods lyrical works created during Southern Song dynasty, in spite of different moods, shows attention to the surrounding environment, treating is as an sacral, seeking in nature something mysterious and hidden, to turn an environment of contemplation and internal communication object.
Hangzhou had been the capital of the Southern Song Dynasty for nearly 150 years.
Soon thereafter, Kawase was able to study Southern Song Dynasty celadon at the Palace Museum in Taipei.
Salvage work for the Inscription begun as early as the Southern Song Dynasty (1127-1279).
The pieces were of celadon pottery dating back to the Five Dynasties (907-960) and Southern Song Dynasty (1127-1279), the report said.
For example, the curator juxtaposes a Sackler Gallery neolithic nephrite jade cong more than four thousand years old with an Indianapolis Museum Southern Song dynasty Cong-Shaped Vase made about three thousand years later.
One of the most important and prolific Chinese writers of the Southern Song dynasty, who left behind a collection of nearly 10,000 poems as well as numerous prose pieces.
19) Zhou Mi [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (1232-98), a litterateur in the Southern Song dynasty.
Among the exhibits, which include ceramics and lacquer, is this Southern Song dynasty incense burner (1127-1279; left).
Tang Hou spend his adult life in the Hangzhou area, the capital of the Southern Song Dynasty, and though he worked as a Confucian instructor, a rector of the local academy, and an official clerk, he was recognized by his contemporaries as an art collector and connoisseur.
Chinese poet and master soldier whose ci, poems written to existing musical patterns, are considered by many critics to be the best of the Southern Song dynasty (1127-1279).
One of the most important local chronicles of the Jiankang region, it was compiled by Zhou Yinghe [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (jinshi 1250) in 1261 of the Southern Song dynasty (1127-1279).
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