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Social History of Goguryeo and Baekje Migrants in Tang Society

Perspective from Excavated Tomb Eulogies

Social History of Goguryeo and Baekje Migrants in Tang Society

Pexels. (Chinese Characters).

This talk will be held by Professor Chen Chaoyun from Zhengzhou University's School of History.


Tuesday, April 23, 2019
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Fowler Museum
Room A222 (Basement Level)
UCLA

According to archaeological discoveries, immigrants from Koguryo and Baekje in the Tang dynasty clustered at Chang’an and Luoyang. The epitaphs of those immigrants recorded their life, which have revealed how they interacted with the Han culture in the Central Plains. Their inter-marriages with the Han people can also be learnt from the epitaphs. This talk will summarize the general information revealed in the epitaph first, and then focus on how the funerary rituals and virtue system of the immigrants were impacted and transformed in the Tang dynasty.

Please note that this talk will be held in Chinese with English translations.

Chaoyuan Chen is Professor in archaeology of Zhengzhou University, China. She has been awarded the Distinguished Scholar in Humanities, Henan. She is specialized in funerary rituals of the Song dynasty, porcelain production and epitaph research. She has directed multiple excavations. Her published books include The Mausoleum of the Northern and Southern Song Dynasties, The Guanzhuang Site, The Porcelain Production of the Song Dynasty, A Collection of Epitaphs of the Han and Tang Periods and so on.


Hyung-Wook Kim
hyung-wook.kim@international.ucla.edu

Sponsor(s): , Cotsen Institute of Archaeology

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