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Monks of Kûblâi Khân, Emperor of China
|Statement||Translated from the Syriac by E. A. Wallis Budge. With 16 plates and 6 illus. in the text.|
|Contributions||Budge, E. A. Wallis Sir, 1857-1934 tr.|
|LC Classifications||DS752 .Y55|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 335 p.|
|Number of Pages||335|
|LC Control Number||29010247|
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Until its modern renaissance, the golden age of the monastery has been said to be during the Tang Dynasty ( AD). At the beginning of the seventh century, a tiny army. Emperor of China (Chinese: 皇帝; realized as Huáng dì in Standard Chinese) is the title given the monarch of China during the imperial period of Chinese history.
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He lived in a turbulent time (at the end of the Yuan dynasty) and people i. The Book Club: The Shaolin Monastery by Meir Shahar, Chapters Monastic Violence in the Ming Dynasty. Front gates of the Shaolin Temple prior to the destruction. This photo was part of a Republic of China era survey of the temple grounds.During his reign as emperor of China, Emperor Wu of Liang (r.
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