GENEALOGICAL STELES in NORTH China during the JIN and YUAN DYNASTIES

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Using both long forgotten and newly available steles from North China, this article looks at these ancient monuments to explore the rise and evolution of an epigraphic practice under Jurchen and Mongol rules (1127-1368). In particular it looks at steles erected to record genealogical information (called xianyingbei in general) in north China during the twelfth to fourteenth centuries, which was a new usage for the stele in the area. The article's main aim is to demonstrate how cultural integration among different social strata was triggered by the invasions of the Jurchen and Mongol conquerors, which in turn led to the formation of a new and legitimate way to compile family genealogies in north China.

元の言語English
ページ(範囲)151-196
ページ数46
ジャーナルInternational Journal of Asian Studies
13
発行部数2
DOI
出版物ステータスPublished - 2016 7 1

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China
cultural integration
fourteenth century
social stratum
invasion
genealogy
monument
Mongols
Stelae
Genealogy
Ancient Monuments
Rise
Invasion
Conquerors

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