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Rome, China, and the barbarians: ethnographic traditions and the transformation of empires

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Authors and Corporations: Ford, Randolph B. (Author)
Title: Rome, China, and the barbarians: ethnographic traditions and the transformation of empires/ Randolph B. Ford
Type of Resource: E-Book
Language: English
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Cambridge Cambridge University Press 2020
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Erscheint auch als: Ford, Randolph B., 1976 - , Rome, China, and the barbarians, Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2020, xx, 369 Seiten
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spelling Ford, Randolph B. 1976- VerfasserIn (DE-588)1210599546 (DE-627)1698662254 aut, Rome, China, and the barbarians ethnographic traditions and the transformation of empires Randolph B. Ford, Cambridge Cambridge University Press 2020, 1 Online-Ressource (xx, 369 pages), Text txt rdacontent, Computermedien c rdamedia, Online-Ressource cr rdacarrier, Title from publisher's bibliographic system (viewed on 22 Apr 2020), This book addresses a largely untouched historical problem: the fourth to fifth centuries AD witnessed remarkably similar patterns of foreign invasion, conquest, and political fragmentation in Rome and China. Yet while the Western Roman Empire was never reestablished, China was reunified at the end of the sixth century. Following a comparative discussion of earlier historiographical and ethnographic traditions in the classical Greco-Roman and Chinese worlds, the book turns to the late antique/early medieval period, when the Western Roman Empire 'fell' and China was reconstituted as a united empire after centuries of foreign conquest and political division. Analyzing the discourse of ethnic identity in the historical texts of this later period, with original translations by the author, the book explores the extent to which notions of Self and Other, of 'barbarian' and 'civilized', help us understand both the transformation of the Roman world as well as the restoration of a unified imperial China., History, Ancient ; Historiography, Imperialism ; History, National characteristics, Chinese ; History ; To 1500, Group identity ; Rome ; History, National characteristics, Roman, China ; Ethnic relations ; History ; To 1500, China ; History ; 221 B.C.-960 A.D, Rome ; History ; Empire, 30 B.C.-476 A.D, Rome ; History ; Germanic Invasions, 3rd-6th centuries, g (DE-588)4076778-4 (DE-627)106082094 (DE-576)209202882 Römisches Reich gnd, g (DE-588)4009937-4 (DE-627)104289031 (DE-576)208885382 China gnd, s (DE-588)4124605-6 (DE-627)104649291 (DE-576)209569514 Barbar gnd, s (DE-588)4153096-2 (DE-627)104571128 (DE-576)209800666 Ethnische Identität gnd, s (DE-588)4078931-7 (DE-627)104288612 (DE-576)209210508 Ethnologie gnd, z gnd Geschichte 300-500, (DE-627), 9781108473958 hardback, 9781108463010 paperback, Erscheint auch als Druck-Ausgabe 9781108473958, Erscheint auch als Druck-Ausgabe Ford, Randolph B., 1976 - Rome, China, and the barbarians Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2020 xx, 369 Seiten (DE-627)168980999X 9781108473958 9781108463010, https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108564090 X:CUP Resolving-System lizenzpflichtig, https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108564090 DE-14, DE-14 2021-10-31T14:27:18Z, https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108564090 DE-Ch1, DE-Ch1 2022-01-25T09:06:11Z 2022-03-28
spellingShingle Ford, Randolph B., Rome, China, and the barbarians: ethnographic traditions and the transformation of empires, This book addresses a largely untouched historical problem: the fourth to fifth centuries AD witnessed remarkably similar patterns of foreign invasion, conquest, and political fragmentation in Rome and China. Yet while the Western Roman Empire was never reestablished, China was reunified at the end of the sixth century. Following a comparative discussion of earlier historiographical and ethnographic traditions in the classical Greco-Roman and Chinese worlds, the book turns to the late antique/early medieval period, when the Western Roman Empire 'fell' and China was reconstituted as a united empire after centuries of foreign conquest and political division. Analyzing the discourse of ethnic identity in the historical texts of this later period, with original translations by the author, the book explores the extent to which notions of Self and Other, of 'barbarian' and 'civilized', help us understand both the transformation of the Roman world as well as the restoration of a unified imperial China., History, Ancient ; Historiography, Imperialism ; History, National characteristics, Chinese ; History ; To 1500, Group identity ; Rome ; History, National characteristics, Roman, China ; Ethnic relations ; History ; To 1500, China ; History ; 221 B.C.-960 A.D, Rome ; History ; Empire, 30 B.C.-476 A.D, Rome ; History ; Germanic Invasions, 3rd-6th centuries, Römisches Reich, China, Barbar, Ethnische Identität, Ethnologie, Geschichte 300-500
title Rome, China, and the barbarians: ethnographic traditions and the transformation of empires
title_auth Rome, China, and the barbarians ethnographic traditions and the transformation of empires
title_full Rome, China, and the barbarians ethnographic traditions and the transformation of empires Randolph B. Ford
title_fullStr Rome, China, and the barbarians ethnographic traditions and the transformation of empires Randolph B. Ford
title_full_unstemmed Rome, China, and the barbarians ethnographic traditions and the transformation of empires Randolph B. Ford
title_list_str Rome, China, and the barbarians, ethnographic traditions and the transformation of empires
title_short Rome, China, and the barbarians
title_sort rome china and the barbarians ethnographic traditions and the transformation of empires
title_sub ethnographic traditions and the transformation of empires
topic History, Ancient ; Historiography, Imperialism ; History, National characteristics, Chinese ; History ; To 1500, Group identity ; Rome ; History, National characteristics, Roman, China ; Ethnic relations ; History ; To 1500, China ; History ; 221 B.C.-960 A.D, Rome ; History ; Empire, 30 B.C.-476 A.D, Rome ; History ; Germanic Invasions, 3rd-6th centuries, Römisches Reich, China, Barbar, Ethnische Identität, Ethnologie, Geschichte 300-500
topic_facet History, Ancient ; Historiography, Imperialism ; History, National characteristics, Chinese ; History ; To 1500, Group identity ; Rome ; History, National characteristics, Roman, China ; Ethnic relations ; History ; To 1500, China ; History ; 221 B.C.-960 A.D, Rome ; History ; Empire, 30 B.C.-476 A.D, Rome ; History ; Germanic Invasions, 3rd-6th centuries, Römisches Reich, China, Barbar, Ethnische Identität, Ethnologie, Geschichte 300-500
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