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This ebook is a compilation of 540 photos and work of Qing Dynasty structure that seemed in Western guides at present housed within the Peking collage Library. the gathering is labeled into 18 chapters, corresponding to urban partitions and gates, pagodas, archways, guild homes, church buildings, streets, and bridges. those photos and work current a visible creation to the modes and varieties of chinese language structure outfitted ahead of and through the Qing Dynasty. along with mirroring some of the social upheavals in China throughout the past due Qing Dynasty, the images additionally replicate the Sino Western cultural interactions and armed forces encounters then. this is often proven in pictures of armed international troops status protect at the urban partitions of Nanjing and the successful parade of the German army motorcade alongside a highway in Qingdao. In end, this publication comes in handy as a visible reference for studying the architectural evolution through the Qing Dynasty and likewise presents a clean and multi-faceted standpoint on China's political, social, cultural, and fiscal landscapes then.KEY positive factors- the most recent book from the sequence, A Pictorial checklist of the Qing Dynasty.- excessive print answer: shut exam of info on every one photo is stronger with the excessive print solution of the book.- Reader-friendly format: unmarried- or dual-picture structure on each one web page enables a quick looking event on revealed and booklet formats.- Accompanying textual content: every one photo comprises necessary annotations equivalent to, explanatory notes concerning particular architectural positive factors, assets, dates of images, and names of photographers.- bankruptcy evaluate: each one bankruptcy opens with a short ancient assessment and advent to the explicit architecture.- Quotations from Western courses: attention-grabbing feedback on Qing Dynasty structure are incorporated from books written via Western old figures, corresponding to Osvald Siren, Matteo Ricci, and Hans Christian Andersen.
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Ningxia is an ancient region and humans settled around the place 3,000 years ago. Ningxia Prefecture was set up during the Qing Dynasty, and by the end of the eighteenth century, it was the largest and most populated area for the Muslim minorities in China. This picture came from the author of the original book, who stayed in western China and engaged in exploration and research for over 40 years, making many major discoveries there. The picture shows a city gate in Ningxia during the late Qing Dynasty.
C i t y W a l l s a n d Ga t e s 113 Archers’ tower of Yongding Gate in Beijing Date: Late 19th century Photographer: Anonymous Source: George B. Smith, The Crisis in China (New York and London: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1900). Yongding Gate was located at the southern end of the central axis of Beijing. The archers’ tower was constructed with a single-eave, hip-and-gable roof, and consisted of two rows of arrowslits, seven for each row. During the Ming and Qing dynasties, both Yongding Gate and Zhengyang Gate (not shown) were the main gateways for the imperial families proceeding to the Nanyuantuanhe River.
According to the Gansu Records, “The old city, built in 1289, was 1 li 260 bu in perimeter [≈ 930 meters]. ” Today, only the ruins of the walls remain, that date back to the Ming Dynasty. A P i c t o r i a l R e c o r d o f t h e Q ing Dynas ty C i t y W a l l s a n d Ga t e s 333 City gate of Guchengzi in Gansu Date: Early 20th century Photographer: William Edgar Geil Source: William Edgar Geil, The Great Wall of China (New York: Sturgis & Walton Company, 1909). ” Gucheng had two gates—the east and the west, with not more than 100 households during the Qing Dynasty.