Inscribing a Cliff: Landscapes and Monuments in Medieval China

The sixth century in China witnessed a burst of unconventional forms of stone inscriptions, especially those carved on rocks and cliffs, which transformed natural landscapes into dramatic verbal-visual monuments.  Focusing on Epitaph for a Crane, a legendary inscriptional monument that has fascinated and puzzled viewers for more than a millennium, Prof.


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