This book is a popular science book to interpret the history of the Tang Dynasty. Yu Geng Zhe, an expert on Tang history from Shaanxi Normal University, introduced the historical knowledge of the Tang Dynasty from the aspects of the nature of the Tang Dynasty, ethnic relations in the Tang Dynasty, the external world in the Tang people's eyes, foreigners' views on the Tang Dynasty, the influence of the Silk Road on the daily life of the Tang people, the elegance of many women in the Tang Dynasty, the views on marriage and chastity in the Tang Dynasty, the black science and technology in the Tang Dynasty, the imperial examination and literature in the Tang Dynasty. Analyze where the Tang Dynasty is flourishing.
Among the many theories popular on the Internet about the prosperous Tang Dynasty, some are insightful, while others are groundless rumors. In this book, the author quotes extensively, the text has rich historical knowledge; At the same time, some representative rumors on the Internet are selected to analyze, such as the rebellion of Anshi, the Battle of Talas, Wu Zetian, etc., to help everyone understand a real Tang Dynasty.
Open the book and understand where the Tang Dynasty is in the end!
About the author
Yu Geng Zhe, Ph.D., Wuhan University and postdoctoral fellow, Nankai University. He is now a professor and doctoral supervisor of the School of History and Culture of Shaanxi Normal University. He is engaged in the teaching and research of Sui and Tang history. He has published many papers in authoritative and core journals such as "Chinese Social Sciences" and "Historical Research" and won many academic awards. He chaired a late-stage project of the National Social Science Fund.
He has published a Preliminary study on the history of Diseases and Medicine in the Tang Dynasty, Women's Chancellors Shangguan Waner, Daily Life of people in the Tang Dynasty, etc. He was invited to be the keynote speaker in "Lecture Room", and continued to update the history and culture science popularization videos in Station B, which was deeply loved by readers and audiences.