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The Resource Geo-Architecture and Landscape in China's Geographic and Historic Context : Volume 2 Geo-Architecture Inhabiting the Universe

Geo-Architecture and Landscape in China's Geographic and Historic Context : Volume 2 Geo-Architecture Inhabiting the Universe

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Geo-Architecture and Landscape in China's Geographic and Historic Context : Volume 2 Geo-Architecture Inhabiting the Universe
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Geo-Architecture and Landscape in China's Geographic and Historic Context
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Volume 2 Geo-Architecture Inhabiting the Universe
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Geo-Architecture and Landscape in China's Geographic and Historic Context : Volume 2 Geo-Architecture Inhabiting the Universe
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Geo-Architecture and Landscape in China's Geographic and Historic Context : Volume 2 Geo-Architecture Inhabiting the Universe
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  • Foreword -- Preface -- 1 Geo-Architecture Is not a Label for a Certain Form of Architecture -- 2 Geo-Architecture Is a Research Thinking -- 3 The Research Object Selection for Geo-Architecture -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- Research Team -- Notes in Volume 2 -- About the Author -- Houses and Tombs -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Geographical Roots of Architecture -- 1.1.1 Houses -- 1.1.2 Tombs -- 1.2 Geographical Revelation of Houses and Tombs -- 1.2.1 Houses -- 1.2.2 Tombs -- 1.3 Summary -- References -- 2 "Houses" Cases -- 2.1 Aba Tibetan Villages: Home at the Foot of Snow Mountain -- 2.2 Hani Ethnic Villages: Home on a Mountainside Terrace Field -- 2.3 Xijiang Miao Ethnic Villages: Thousands of Diaojiaolou of Column-and-Tie Construction -- 2.4 Mongolian Yurt: Transition from Nomadic to Settled Life -- 2.5 Marine Fishing Village at Sandu Bay: A Village Floating on the Sea -- 2.6 Gongtan Ancient Town: Diaojiaolou on a 40° River Bank -- 2.7 Yangchi Ancient Village: A Village with a Comb-Shaped Layout -- 2.8 Residence of the Huangcheng Chancellor: Defensive Fortifications of an Official Residential Complex -- 2.9 Zhangguying Village: Charming, Rain or Shine -- 2.10 Ancient Huizhou Villages in Wuyuan County: Simple Beauty of High Walls and Narrow Lanes -- References -- 3 "Tombs" Cases -- 3.1 Eastern Qing Mausoleums: Endowed with the Spirit of the Monarchs -- 3.2 Western Xia Imperial Tombs: Astrolabe at the Foot of Helan Mountain -- 3.3 Tombs of the Ancient Koguryo Kingdom: Mausoleum Mounds with Tapering Tops on the Plain -- 3.4 Pagoda Forest of the Shaolin Monastery: A Hallowed Cemetery for Eminent Monks -- 3.5 Qingtongxia One-Hundred-and-Eight Dagobas: The Truth of Buddhism in Numbers -- References -- Religion and Empire -- 4 Introduction -- 4.1 The Geographical Source of Religion and Empire -- 4.1.1 Religion -- 4.1.2 Empire
  • 4.2 The Geographical Revelation of Religion and Empire -- 4.2.1 Religion -- 4.2.2 Royalty -- 4.3 Summary -- References -- 5 "Religion" Cases -- 5.1 Ancient Building Complexes in the Wudang Mountains: Royal Taoist Temples -- 5.2 Leshan Giant Buddha: The Height of the Giant Buddha is the Same as that of the Mountain -- 5.3 Feilai Temple: A View to Enjoy Snow-Capped Mountains and a Place to Experience a Restful Mind -- 5.4 Manfeilong Pagoda: Lotus Tower Group of Theravada Buddhism -- 5.5 Emin Minaret and Mosque: Islamic Architecture Embraced by Local Customs -- 5.6 Qingdao Christian Church: The Colonial Relic Beside the Sea -- References -- 6 "Empire" Cases -- 6.1 Shenyang Imperial Palace: The Rise of Emperor Hong Taiji -- 6.2 Anlan Dragon King Temple: Not-in-Capital Palace of the Qing Dynasty -- 6.3 Dai Temple: Where the Emperors Offered Worship of Heaven and Earth -- 6.4 Ruins of the Guge Kingdom: A Mysterious Castle on the Top of a Hill -- 6.5 Enshi Tusi Imperial City: Palace of the Tujia Ethnic Group in Western Hubei -- References -- Appendix -- Distribution Map of Cases in Volume 2 -- Distribution Map of All Cases in 4 Volumes -- Related Years and Emperors in Chinese History in 4 Volumes
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