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Ma Chengyuan 馬承源(1927–2004)

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  26 March 2015

Edward L. Shaughnessy*
Dept. of East Asian Languages and Civilizations, The University of Chicago, 1050 E. 59th Street, Chicago, IL 60637, USA
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1. For details regarding Ma Chengyuan's life and especially his early career, I am much indebted to Jay Xu, who shared with me the draft of an obituary he has written for Artihus Asiae, to which the reader is directed for further information.

2. Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.) (Fong, Wen ed.), The Great Bronze Age of China: Treasures from the Bronze Age of China: An Exhibition from the People's Republic of China (New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art and Ballantine Books, 1980)Google Scholar.

3. Shanghai: Shanghai Guji, 2002.

4. Shanghai: Shanghai Renmin meishu, 1964.

5. Shanghai: Shanghai Renmin, 1982.

6. Hong Kong and New York: Oxford University Press, 1986.

7. Beijing: Wenwu, 1984.

8. 4 vols. Beijing: Wenwu, 1986–90.

9. Shanghai: Shanghai Guji, 1988.

10. Beijing: Wenwu, 1993–98.

11. He zun mingwen chushi” 何尊銘文初釋, Wenwu 1976.1, 64–65, 93 Google Scholar.

12. Shang Zhou qingtong shuangyin zhong” 商周青銅雙音鐘, Kaogu xuebao 1981.1, 131–46Google Scholar.

13. Jin Hou Su bianzhong” 晉侯穌編鐘, Shanghai bowuguan jikan 7 (1996), 117 Google Scholar.

14. Five volumes have been published to date: Shanghai: Shanghai Guji, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005.