The royal hunt in Eurasian history

Thomas T. Allsen

History, Asian Studies Short copy: From antiquity to the nineteenth century, the royal hunt was a vital component of the political cultures of the Middle East, India, Central Asia, and China.

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  • Preface 1. Hunting Histories -World Histories and the World of Animals -Pursuing Protein -Pursuing Profit -Pursuing Power -This Hunting History 2. Field and Stream -Who Hunted? -Where Did They Hunt? -How Often Did They Hunt? -How Did They Hunt? -On What Scale Did They Hunt? 3. Parks -The Paradise and Its Antecedents -Hunting Parks at the Core and on the Periphery -Hunting Parks in East Asia -The Purposes of Paradise 4. Partners -Animals Assistants -Dogs -Birds -Elephants -Cats 5. Administration -Hunting Establishments -Success and Safety -Careers -Costs 6. Conservation -Killing and Sparing -Game Management -Cultural Constraints -Species Endangered -Natural Attitudes 7. A Measure of Men -Hunting and Hierarchy -Princely Virtues -Courting Danger -Publicizing Prowess 8. Political Animals -Power of Animals -Power over Animals 9. Legitimation -Animals and Ideology -Threat -Animal Control Officer -State and Nature 10. Circulation -On the Road -Pursuing Pleasure -Favors -The Court Out-of-Doors 11. Intimidation -Initiating Warriors -Imitating War -Intimating War -Initiating War 12. Internationalization -Traffic in Animals -Dogs -Birds -Elephants -Cats -Traffic in Trainers 13. Conclusions -History Wide -History Deep Notes Abbreviations and Sources Modern Scholarship Index Acknowledgments

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書名 The royal hunt in Eurasian history
著作者等 Allsen, Thomas T.
シリーズ名 Encounters with Asia
出版元 University of Pennsylvania Press
刊行年月 c2006
ページ数 x, 406 p.
大きさ 25 cm
ISBN 0812239261
NCID BA7694682X
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国