Taoism Under the Tʼang: Religion & Empire During the Golden Age of Chinese History
Knowledge of the history of religion under the T`ang Dynasty (A.D. 618-907) has until now been limited at best. This scholarly work fills important gaps in general knowledge of Taoism ("China's own higher religion"), and its roles in China's social and political life during the T'ang Dynasty period, the golden age of Chinese history.
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