Excavation of a West Han dynasty site at Yen-tzŭ Ko-ta, Wan Ch\üan Hsien, southwestern Shansi, conducted jointly in the autumn of 1930 by the Freer gallery of art of Washington, D.C., and the Shansi provincial library of T\ai-yüan, Shansi.
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A West Han dynasty site.
Shan-hsi shêng li t\u shu kuan, T\ai-yüan, China.
China -- Antiquities.
China -- Religion.
Excavations (Archaeology) -- China -- Shansi Province.
3 p. l., 44 p., 1 l.,  p. illus., XXI pl. on 11 l., maps (1 fold.) fold. plan. 27 cm.
Title-page, cover-title, and articles by Mr. Chang and Mr. Tung also in Chinese.
Introduction, by Ko Huang.--Prefatory note on the worship of earth in ancient China, by C. W. Bishop.--Topography and geology of the district of Wan Ch\üan, Shansi province, by W. J. Chang.--Excavation of a west Han site in the district of Wan Ch\üan, Shansi, by K. Z. Tung.--Description of objects found.--Remarks on tables of finds.--Table of finds.
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