Learning history through porcelains

Chinese porcelain bowl exports in the second half of the Ming Dynasty and the shift in domestic production of earthenware in Southeast Asia

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  • Supakorn Yuenyongwannchot school of anti-aging and regenerative medicine, Mae Fah Luang university

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https://doi.org/10.46475/aseanjr.2019.06

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References

Brown RM. The ming gap and shipwreck ceramics in Southeast Asia towards a chronology of Thai trade ware. Bangkok: The Siam Society under Royal Patronage; 2009.

Vainker SJ. Chinese pottery and porcelain from prehistory to the present. London: The Trustees of the Brithish Museum; 1995.

Medley M. The Chinese potter: a practical history of Chinese ceramics. London: Phaidon Press Limited; 1999.

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Published

2019-07-28

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Yuenyongwannchot S. Learning history through porcelains: Chinese porcelain bowl exports in the second half of the Ming Dynasty and the shift in domestic production of earthenware in Southeast Asia. ASEAN J Radiology [Internet]. 2019Jul.28 [cited 2020Sep.22];20(1):40-4. Available from: http://asean-journal-radiology.org/index.php/ajr/article/view/36

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