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    Chinese Society in the Age of Confucius (1000-250 BC): The Archaeological Evidence (Ideas, Debates, and Perspectives (Paperback)) (Paperback) By (author) Lothar Von Falkenhausen

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    Short Description for Chinese Society in the Age of Confucius (1000-250 BC) Winner of the 2009 Society for American Archaeology Book AwardChinese Society in the Age of Confucius is based on the most up-to-date archaeological discoveries. It introduces new data, as well as new ways to think about them - modes of analysis that, while familiar to archaeological practitioners in the West and in Japan, are herein applied to evidence from the Chinese Bronze Age for the first time. The treatment of social stratification, clan and lineage organisation, as well as gender and ethnic differences will be of interest to those involved in the general or comparative analysis of grand themes in the Social Sciences.
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  • Winner of the 2009 Society for American Archaeology Book AwardChinese Society in the Age of Confucius is based on the most up-to-date archaeological discoveries. It introduces new data, as well as new ways to think about them - modes of analysis that, while familiar to archaeological practitioners in the West and in Japan, are herein applied to evidence from the Chinese Bronze Age for the first time. The treatment of social stratification, clan and lineage organisation, as well as gender and ethnic differences will be of interest to those involved in the general or comparative analysis of grand themes in the Social Sciences.