東南亞古玉器: The Art of Stone in Early Southeast Asia
Christopher J. Frape, Hong Kong Museum of Art, Oriental Ceramic Society of Hong Kong
Orchid Press, 2000 - Art - 162 pages
This is an exploration of the jade traditions of the early cultures of Southeast Asia. It ranges from the neolithic to the early years of the Common Era.
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