Timothy Wai Keung CHAN

Literary Gathering; painted by Han Huang during the Tang dynasty. Ink and color on silk, 8 Century.

Compiled in 1705–06, the Quan Tangshi is the most complete collection of poetry of the Tang dynasty (618–907 CE) and Five Dynasties period (907–960 CE). It contains the works of more than two thousand writers.

The Quan Tangshi (???, Complete Tang Poems) is the most complete collection of Tang dynasty (618–907 CE)

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By |2014-12-16T16:54:27-05:00January 22nd, 2012|Berkshire Encyclopedia of China, History, Arts, and Culture, Poetry|Comments Off on Complete Tang Poems (Quán Tángshī 全唐詩)|Quán Tángshī 全唐詩 (Complete Tang Poems)

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