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1 MMW3, D13 April 11, 2006 Research Log #1 Topic #1: Art in China Topic #2: Roman cities and urbanization Barnard, Noel, ed. Early Chinese Art and Its Possible Influence in the Pacific Basin . Vol. 1. New York: Intercultural Arts Press, 1972. This book is comprised of a series of papers concerning the dispersion of artifacts and art forms throughout the Pacific Basin, and how they are all believed to have originated from ancient China. It begins by analyzing the major components of the Ch’u archeology, and the significance of many of the artifacts, especially the Silk Manuscript. It also discusses how some of the elements in Ch’u art have been found in other Western cultures, thus exhibiting how China held an early influence over other civilizations. The next two volumes discuss other art forms, such as embroidery, bronze, and pottery. If I decide to write about art in China, I think that this text will be helpful because it discusses how art shows the influence of a powerful culture on the surrounding societies, and how those elements exhibit stylistic and cultural development. Favro, Diane. “Meaning and Experience: Urban History from Antiquity to the Early
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