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  • Author:
    Henry Wiencek
  • ISBN:
    0867060468
  • ISBN13:
    978-0867060461
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  • Publisher:
    Stonehenge (1982)
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    176 pages
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Treasures of the World - Heritage of Mankind

Treasures of the World - Heritage of Mankind. Send us your feedback. Print Print this page. Treasures of the World – explore unique natural and cultural sites the world over. The TV documentary series Treasures of the World presents fascinating places, legendary cities and extraordinary natural landscapes that UNESCO has declared part of the Heritage of Mankind. Many natural phenomena and human cultural achievements are one of a kind and have become part of our heritage. They must not be destroyed or abandoned to decay.

After furnishing the reader with an overview of the spiritual landscape of the Japan during the time of its incorporation of Zen, Heinrich Dumoulin examines the lives and teachings of the major figures associated with the transmission of Zen from China. Dumoulin then traces the developments of the two major sects of Zen Buddhism as they developed and competed for recognition and authority. While many of the details fail to acknowledge recent scholarship, Dumoulin's work still manages to provide readers with a general overview of these schools.

Treasures of the World promotes masterworks of art and nature tells of some of the most engaging stories of. .

Treasures of the World promotes masterworks of art and nature tells of some of the most engaging stories of history. Highlighting treasures cherished beyond value, the television series traces the historical background and growing fame of these cultural icons as they coincide with the events and personalities of their time: tales of misfortune and madness, insight and intrigue, adoration and.

Wiencek has come to be particularly associated with his work on Washington and slavery as a result of his most recent book, "An Imperfect God: George Washington, His Slaves, and the Creation of America", which earned him the Los Angeles Times Book Award for history .

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