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中国古代建筑与艺术(日)关野贞著;胡稹,于姗姗译, 中国古代建筑与艺术 (北京: 中國畫報出版社, 2017).
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中国建筑史《中国建筑史》编写组, 中国建筑史, 第一版 (北京: 中国建筑工业出版社, 1982), http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/17099940.
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Digital Dictionary of BuddhismA. Charles Muller, William Edward Soothill, and et al., Digital Dictionary of Buddhism, n.d., http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/70999980.
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Scripture on the Original Vows of the Medicine TathāgataA. Charles Muller and William Edward Soothill, Scripture on the Original Vows of the Medicine Tathāgata, in Digital Dictionary of Buddhism, n.d., http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/70999980.
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The Symbolism of the StupaAdrian Snodgrass, The Symbolism of the Stupa, Studies on Southeast Asia (Ithaca, N.Y: Southeast Asia Program, Cornell University, 1985).
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“SASHIHIJIKI” OF THE JUSIMPO STYLE ARCHITECTURE IN THE GORYEO ERAAkira Nakanishi, ‘SASHIHIJIKI’ OF THE JUSIMPO STYLE ARCHITECTURE IN THE GORYEO ERA, Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ) 86, no. 779 (2021): 277–83, https://doi.org/10.3130/aija.86.277.
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The "Dome of Heaven" in AsiaAlexander Coburn Soper, The ‘Dome of Heaven’ in Asia, The Art Bulletin 29, no. 4 (1947): 225–48, https://doi.org/10.2307/3047142.
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Notes of a Journey from Ching-Too to HankowAlexander Wylie, Notes of a Journey from Ching-Too to Hankow, Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society of London Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society of London 14, no. 2 (1869): 168, https://doi.org/10.2307/1799562.
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The Paradox of the Angled Bracket-arm and the Unorthodox “Speech Patterns” of Shanxi Regional ArchitectureAlexandra Harrer, The Paradox of the Angled Bracket-Arm and the Unorthodox ‘Speech Patterns’ of Shanxi Regional Architecture, 2018, 45.
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Fan-Shaped Bracket Sets and Their Application in Religious Timber Architecture of Shanxi ProvinceAlexandra Harrer, Fan-Shaped Bracket Sets and Their Application in Religious Timber Architecture of Shanxi Province (University of Pennsylvania, 2010).
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Emperor Wen's 'Baling' Mountain Tomb: Innovation in Political Rhetoric and Necropolis Design in Early ChinaALLISON R. Miller, Emperor Wen’s ‘Baling’ Mountain Tomb: Innovation in Political Rhetoric and Necropolis Design in Early China, Asia Major 28, no. 2 (2015): 1–37, http://www.jstor.org.proxy.library.vanderbilt.edu/stable/44743318.
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Language of the Snakes: Prakrit, Sanskrit, and the Language Order of Premodern IndiaAndrew Ollett, Language of the Snakes: Prakrit, Sanskrit, and the Language Order of Premodern India, 1st ed. (Oakland: University of California Press, 2017).
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The Stūpa: its Religious, Historical and Architectural SignificanceAnna Libera Dallapiccola and Stephanie Zingel-Avé Lallemant, eds., The Stūpa: Its Religious, Historical and Architectural Significance (Wiesbaden: Steiner, 1980), http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/470682242.
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Saltpetre in Early and Medieval Chinese MedicineAnthony Butler and John Moffett, Saltpetre in Early and Medieval Chinese Medicine, Asian Medicine 5, no. 1 (2009): 173–85, https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1163/157342109X568982.
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Mingtang and Buddhist utopias in the history of the astronomical clock: the tower, statue, and armillary sphere constructed by Empress WuAntonino Forte, Mingtang and Buddhist Utopias in the History of the Astronomical Clock: The Tower, Statue, and Armillary Sphere Constructed by Empress Wu (Roma; Paris: Istituto italiano per il Medio ed Estremo Oriente ; Ecole fran??aise d’Extr??me-Orient, 1988).
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记忆中的建筑:宋代笔记所反映的开封开宝寺塔与天清寺塔Ari Daniel Levine, 记忆中的建筑:宋代笔记所反映的开封开宝寺塔与天清寺塔, trans. 卢康华, 新宋学, 2019, 85–103.
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Walls and Gates, Windows and Mirrors: Urban Defences, Cultural Memory, and Security Theatre in Song KaifengAri Daniel Levine, Walls and Gates, Windows and Mirrors: Urban Defences, Cultural Memory, and Security Theatre in Song Kaifeng, East Asian Science, Technology, and Medicine, no. 39 (2014): 55–118, http://www.jstor.org.proxy.library.vanderbilt.edu/stable/eastasiascietech.39.55.
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What the emperor built : architecture and empire in the early MingAurelia. Campbell, What the Emperor Built : Architecture and Empire in the Early Ming, 2020.
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Inscribed “Mahabodhi Temple” Plaque from KumraharB. N. Mukherjee, Inscribed ‘Mahabodhi Temple’ Plaque from Kumrahar, Journal of the Indian Society of Oriental Art 14 (1985 1984): 43–46.
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Xuanzang: China's Legendary Pilgrim and TranslatorBenjamin Brose, Xuanzang: China’s Legendary Pilgrim and Translator, First edition, Lives of the Masters (Boulder, Colorado: Shambhala Publications, Inc., 2021).