By Neil Perryman, Sue Perryman

One woman's highly sweary, thoroughly unofficial, yet sometimes insightful advisor to the 1st 26 episodes of the cult BBC technology fiction sequence Blake's 7. This ebook collects the 1st 1/2 the reasonably winning Adventures with the spouse and Blake weblog ('The approach Back' to 'Star One') and incorporates a new creation, unique episode annotations and a foreword via Gareth Roberts.

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44–46). , p. 74. Adam T. Kessler (1993), pp. 138, 143 (fig. 94). 56 Ye Peilan (1998), p. 18. Wu Shuicun (1992), pp. ” 57 Suzanne Valenstein (1994), p. 73. 58 Cf. 2, n. 51. 16 introduction They stood on firm ground. China possessed during the Song dynasty the materiel to create blue and white. Acknowledgement that pre-Ming official-kiln blue and white porcelain could have been and was made during the Song dynasty is overdue. This book reviews the seemingly intractable problems suscitated by consenual art-historical bias regarding pre-Ming blue and white porcelain.

4. Aurel Stein (1928), Vol. I, pp. 440–441. For Stein’s argument identifying the 13th-14th century occupation-horizon at the Khara-khoto site with “the lost city of Etzina” mentioned by Marco Polo, cf. pp. 456–458. Op. , p. : (i) Ronald Latham (translator), The Travels of Marco Polo (1958), pp. 61–62; (ii) Teresa Waugh (translator from the Italian by Maria Bellonci), The Travels of Marco Polo (1984), p. 51. 20 John Carswell (1998), p. 295. Bo Sommarström (1958), pp. 189–197. 22 chapter one ing one pit dug in the street which divides the ‘inner town’ into two equal halves with two pits dug in streets outside the inner walls, that the former exhibits more cultural strata and goes deeper be­fore reaching the original ground than the latter two pits.

284–285: “It was once generally thought that [pre-Ming] blue-and-white wares were produced mainly for export, but recent archaeological finds in China have refuted this assumption. , p. 299 (n. 13): “For a listing of the main hoards up to 1999, cf. ) [2000], Vol. 11, pp. ” Watt and Chen believe the porcelains in such hoards are Yuan. 14 introduction issuing pre-Ming blue and white were buried preceding the Mongol invasions of the 13th century. ”49 She believes that the sort of ceramic pieces found in but a handful of Yuan tombs are Yuan even though such tombs were prepared for those Han Chinese who though under Yuan dynasty domination treasured Song cultural relics.

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