Historical Atlas of China (1982)

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Historical Atlas of China
The Historical Atlas of China.png
The Historical Atlas of China, printed in 1996
Country China
Language Chinese
Genre Atlas, History
Publisher China Cartographic Publishing House
Publication date
Media type Print

The Historical Atlas of China (Chinese: 中国歷史地圖集; pinyin: Zhōngguó lìshǐ dìtú jí) is an 8-volume work published in Beijing between 1982 and 1988, edited by Tan Qixiang. It contains 304 maps and 70,000 placenames in total, and consists of 8 volumes:

  1. Archaeological findings, Xia, Shang dynasties and Zhou dynasty (Western Zhou, Spring and Autumn period and Warring States period)
  2. Qin dynasty, Western and Eastern Han dynasties
  3. Three Kingdoms and Western Jin dynasty
  4. Eastern Jin dynasty, Sixteen Kingdoms and Southern and Northern Dynasties
  5. Sui dynasty, Tang dynasty and Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period
  6. Song dynasty, Liao dynasty and Jin Empire
  7. Yuan dynasty and Ming dynasty
  8. Qing dynasty

The Concise Historical Atlas of China (Chinese: 简明中国歷史地图集; pinyin: Jiǎnmíng Zhōngguó lìshǐ dìtú jí) was published in 1991.

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These Wikipedia maps are drawn after The Historical Atlas of China (1982).

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