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Funeral and Sacrifice in 186 BC: The Luozhuang Mausoleum, Shandong
UCLA Center for Chinese Studies presents a talk by Gao Jixi on ancient Chinese burial traditions.
Gao Jixi is the Director of Archaeology at the Ji’nan Municipal Institute of Archaeology and a Visiting Scholar with the Center for Chinese Studies, 2009-10. While at UCLA, Mr. Gao is conducting research on “Unveiling the Historical Materiality of Religious Images,” which focuses on Buddhist sculptures recent unearthed in the city of Ji’nan. Mr. Gao’s visit to UCLA has been made possible by a fellowship from the Luce/ACLS Initiative on East and Southeast Asian Archaeology and Early History.