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Images of Women in Chinese Thought and Culture: Writings from the Pre-Qin Period through the Song Dynasty.
Compiled in the period of Xi Ning during the reign of Emperor Shenzong of the Song Dynasty, the Rules of Architecture was a book on standards for architectural design and construction that was published by the government of the Northern Song Dynasty.
During Northern Song dynasty active painter and art theorist Jing Hao (855-915) wrote the treatise The Note on the Art of the Brush (Bifa ji), which reflects a transitional stage between aesthetic principles of Tang and Song periods.
In 1127, the Jin captured the Chinese emperor Qinzhong, ending the Northern Song Dynasty.
As a primer reading material, San Zi Jing inarguably represents the most useful and important children's classic since the Nan Song Dynasty in the 1300s.
The Academy of Social Sciences of Hangzhou set up the Institute of the Southern Song Dynasty.
NOT SO SOFT Alison Leppard of the British Museum with a Song Dynasty headrest dating from 960 to 1279 AD.
In addition to the example of Wang Anshi, the prominent Southern Song dynasty thinker, Zhu Xi (1130-1200), achieved almost canonical status for roughly 600 years in Chinese history.
For history lovers there's also Zhonghuameng Castle, one of the oldest gate castles from the Ming dynasty and part of the city wall of Nanjing, as well as the 1,000 year-old Confucius Temple, originally built during the Song Dynasty on the north bank of the Qinhuai River.
1513) as well as to Song Dynasty (960-1279) ink landscape paintings.
Another was minted in the reign of Dazhong xiangfu (1008-1016) of the Chinese Northern Song Dynasty, and a fourth was fragmentary, but probably also belongs to the Northern Song Dynasty (960-1127).
This article investigates the discourse of loss during the period between the pillaging of the Song Dynasty imperial libraries and the dispersal of private collections in north China in the late 1120s and the rebuilding of the Imperial Library and private collections through the 1140s.