Traders and Raiders on China's Northern Frontier

@inproceedings{So1995TradersAR,
  title={Traders and Raiders on China's Northern Frontier},
  author={Jenny F. So and Emma C. Bunker},
  year={1995}
}
An important, original study of the (previously denied) cultural contribution of the barbarians to China, and of the trade northward. Focuses on the Han period. The artifacts, abundantly and well- illustrated (200 illus., 40 in color), document the goods and support the argument. Published by the 
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