This publication presents the main categories of the numerous finds from the Belitung wreck and provides their historical frame.
Photo collage by Rinkoo Bhowmik
Gold, Silver and Bronze (François Louis)
|132||Gold and Silver – [Introduction]; [Catalogue]|
|192||Tang Bronze Mirrors – [Introduction]; [Catalogue]|
|228||White Ware with Green Décor (Hsieh Mingliang) – [Introduction]; [Catalogue]|
|300||White Wares of Northern China (Regina Krahl) – [Introduction]; [Catalogue]|
|350||Green Wares of Southern China (Regina Krahl) – [Introduction]; [Catalogue]|
|464||Changsha Ware (Liu Yang) – [Introduction]; [Catalogue 1]; [Catalogue 2]|
|640||Various Ceramics (Chen Yuh-Shiow) – [Catalogue]|
|656||MISCELLANEOUS ARTEFACTS (Michael Flecker)|
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|Appendix I Changsha Bowls|
|Appendix II Changsha Cups: Designs|
|Appendix III Ewers|
|1. Medallions on Ewers|
|2. Inscriptions on Ewers|
|Appendix IV Jars: Appliqués and Inscriptions|
|Appendix V Yue Wares: Designs|
|Appendix VI Ceramic Forms|
|740||CHINESE NAMES AND TERMS|
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