Bibliography & Photo Credits
of Dunhuang Sources


Bibliography

Photo Credits


Bibliography

Fairbank, John King. China: a New History. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1992

Gernet, Jacques. A History of Chinese Civilization. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge Unviersity Press, 1972

Hopkirk, Peter. Foreign Devils on the Silk Road. Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press, 1980

Li Guishan, transl. Frescoes and Fables. Beijing, China: New World Press, 2000

Pal, Pratapaditya, editor. The Flowering of a Foreign Faith: New Studies in Chinese Buddhist Art. Mumbai, India: Marg Publications, 1998

Robinson, Richard. The Buddhist Religion: a Historical Introduction. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing, 1982

Whitfield, Robert, Susan Whitfield and Neville Agnew. Cave Temples of Mogao: Art and History on the Silk Road. Los Angeles: The Paul Getty Trust, 2000

Whitfield, Robert and Anne Farrar. Caves of the Thousand Buddhas: Chinese Art from the Silk Road. New York: George Braziller, Inc., 1990

Wu Jian. Scenic Spots and Historical Sites on the Silk Road. Urumqi, China: Xinjiang People’sPublishing House, 1996

Yang Wei, transl. Masterpieces of Dunhuang Narrative Depiction. Lanzhou, China: Gansu Children's Publishing House, 1992

Zhang Wenbin. Dunhuang: a Centennial Commemoration of the Discovery of the Cave Library. Beijing, China: Morning Glory Publishers, 2000

Other Bibliographies

The Silk Road Foundation

http://www.silk-road.com/dunhuang/dhauthor.html

Journey of a Thousand Li

A. Dunhuang: Blazing with Faith 1.title image: created by R. Bradeen
B. Cave Art 1. title image, Musician Performing. Dunhuang.early Tang (618-755 CE). postage stamp, ChinaPost, 1992 2. method of cave art. Bodhisattva Dunhuang. cave 194. high Tang (712–755 CE). postcard, publishing info n/a 3. aspara. Cave 329. Mid Tang (755-845 CE). postcard, publishing info n/a 4. jataka. detail from "The 9-color Deer" Cave 257. N. Wei (439-534 CE) Masterpieces of Dunhuang Narrative Art 5. Zhou kings. detail from jataka story. N. Wei (439-534 CE) Masterpieces of Dunhuang Narrative Art
C. History 1. title image. "The Appointment of the Envoy to the Western Regions." Dunhuang. early Tang (618-755 CE). postage stamp, ChinaPost, 1992 2. "King of Yutian". Dunhuang. Five Dynasties (907 -960). postage stamp. ChinaPost 3. Aurel Stein. http://dspace. dial.pipex.com/ town/avenue/xha71/stein.jpg
D. Buddhist Center 1. title image. documents from Stein collection. British Musuem. (Whtifield, CTMG) 2. detail from donor portrait. Bezelik grottoes. postcard. Frescoes of the Bezelik Grottoes. Xinjiang People's Press 3. dharmaraksha. postage stamp. ChinaPost. 1994 4. Diamond Sutra. http://www2.kenyon.edu/

depts/religion/fac/adler/

Asia490/Images490/diamond-sutra-2.jpg

E. Le Zun 1 & 2. title image. detail Thousand Buddhas. Dunhuang
F. Methods of Cave Art 1. title image. method of cave art. Bodhisattva, cave 194. high Tang (712–755 CE). postcard, publishing info n/a 2. Buddha. Dunhuang. cave 259. N. Wei (439-534 CE). postcard, publishing info n/a 3. Big Buddha. Dunhuang. cave 130. High Tang (712-755 CE). postcard, publishing info n/a 4. exterior, Mogao caves. Photo by R. Bradeen, 2001 5. "Dissolving Buddha". Yungang Caves, Datong. photo by R. Bradeen, 1993
G. Aspara These images of asparas are all reproduced from a series of postcards acquired at one of the many merchants stalls outside of the grottoes. Publishing information unavailable. See page for specific image dating and location.
H. Jataka 1. title image. jataka. detail from "The 9-color Deer" Cave 257. N. Wei (439-534 CE) Masterpieces of Dunhuang Narrative Art 2. jataka stories. see image page for specific dating and location TOP