3 edition of The perception of maritime space in traditional Chinese sources found in the catalog.
The perception of maritime space in traditional Chinese sources
|Statement||edited by Angela Schottenhammer and Roderich Ptak.|
|Series||East Asian economic and socio-cultural studies -- 2|
|Contributions||Schottenhammer, Angela., Ptak, Roderich.|
|LC Classifications||VK101 .P47 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 207 p. :|
|Number of Pages||207|
|LC Control Number||2006485224|
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This volume is consequently primarily concerned with the perception of maritime space in traditional Chinese sources, the division of this space into oceans and seas, the existence, usage and management of trade routes, and, above all, of China's coastal waters, or maritime periphery.
This volume is consequently primarily concerned with the perception of maritime space in traditional Chinese sources, the division of this space into oceans and seas, the existence, usage and management of trade routes, and, above all, of China’s coastal waters, or maritime : Gebundenes Buch.
MAPS --INTRODUCTORY ESSAY: The Sea as Barrier and Contact Zone: Maritime Space and Sea Routes in Traditional Chinese Books and Maps, p.3 / Angela Schottenhammer --MARITIME SPACE: TRADE AND DEFENCE --The Sea as Arable Fields: A Mercantile Outlook on the Maritime Frontier of Late Ming China, p / Pin-lsun Chang --The Qing Strategic Highway on.
The perception of maritime space in traditional Chinese sources / edited by Angela Schottenhammer and Roderich Ptak. Published: Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, East Asian maritime history ; 2 Language Note: Chiefly in English and some articles in Chinese.
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