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Historians of Europe traditionally associate this epoch with the great migration of peoples. However, in the 3rd century events much like those which unfolded on the outskirts of the Roman Empire began in East Asia. In those times spectacular migrations radically changed the ethnic map of China forming prerequisites for major changes in the ancient Chinese ethnos itself.

In contrast to the situation which typified the Chinese ethnos of the Chin-Han epoch, when, despite a trend toward combining the ethnic boundaries with the political borders, the latter for a long time circumscribed the former, the 3rd6th centuries re versed the ratio of ethnic and political entities. Achieving a high level of consolidation during the centralized Chin and Han empi res, the Chinese found themselves divided by the political borders of the states which had emerged on the ruins of the Han Empire.

The 3rd6th centuries brought the entirely new problem of ethnic development of the Chinese. It was due to the spread of Buddhism one of the world religions which had taken shape outside the ethnic territory of the ancient Chinese. This barbarie

religion promoted the erosion of the ethnocentric stereotype which had developed in the Han epoch. The disparity of ethnic and con fessional boundaries which came into being in the 3rd6th cen turies largely caused the transformation of the ethnic conciosness of the ancient Chinese.

Like the previous monograph, which encompassed the ethnic history of the Chinese in the 3rd century . C. 3rd century A. D., the present monograph is an attempt to make a wide-ran ging analysis of all aspects of the development of the Chinese ethnos in the period in question. The work is composed of an in troduction, six chapters and a conclusion. Chapter One is de voted to the political and social factors which exercised an effect on the evolution of the ancient Chinese ethnos the formation of political borders, the character of social differentiation and the level of social mobility. Chapter Two surveys the demographic and ethnocultural processes of the epoch. In particular, the a u t hors disclose the barrenness of the widely held view that Chinas population sustained a catastrophic decline during the Southern and Northern dynasties and analyze the course and consequences of migrations of various ethnic groups on Chinese territory. Chap ter Three represents an experiment in characterizing substantial aspects of Chinese material culture in the 3rd6th centuries the town, home, clothes, food, means of transportation, games, etc.

Chapter Four centres on spiritual changes in ancient China. Cha per Five offers an analysis of the language, writing and philologi cal tradition. Finally, Chanter Six summarizes the data which shed light on the changes that took place in the selfconsciousness of the ancient Chinese ethnos.

The concrete data dealt with, in the present monograph permit to pose several general theoretical problems.

Soviet ethnographers have suggested that the integrating mechanism of an ethnos s pra ng from the functioning of endogamy pointing to the significance of various factors, both natural and social, which set the boundaries to endogamy. It appears that a special place among these factors is held by ethnic consciousness.

Indeed, natural barriers, language, state political borders;

re ligion nothing can isolate integral ethnic complexes from the various territorially adjacent but not completely coincidental com munities. Nor can this isolation result from the action of con crete elements of culture, everyday life, rituals or customs: their areas also far from always coincided with those of ethnoses. The refore it is above all ethnic consciousness, which revealed the cru cial signs of the ethnos and concentrated the value orientations of its members, that could intensely uphold the closed character of marriage ties and the survival of ethnically homogeneous fami lies. While endogamy can be viewed as the key integrating me chanism of the ethnos ethnic consciousness must have ranked among the key ethno-stabilizing factors.


But the qualitative definiteness of ethnic consciousness and the degree of its distinctness in turn depended on various exter nal factors, which in some cases reinforced ethnic consciousness while in others, on the contrary led to its stagnation.

The ethnic history of the Chinese in the 3rd6th centuries makes it obvious that the spread of world religions with the resul ting emergence of confessional supraethnic communities which revealed their own distinct self-consciousness as a whole milita ted against ethnic consolidation. The existence of such confessio nal communities frequently furthered the piercing of ethnically conditioned endogamous barriers, which, at least in the future, facilitated the watering down of the ethnos boundaries.

Ethnic consciousness could be variously influenced by the s t a 21* te-political borders which, in one way or another, were correlated to the ethnos territory. In some cases, when the political borders coincided with the ethnic boundaries, they constituted a potent ethno-stabilizing factor. But then, such coincidences both in the ancient times and in the Middle Ages were an exception rather than a rule. After the fall of the Ha n dynasty the ethnic entity of the Chinese became divided by the state borders. The unity of the Middle State, which had appeared to be unbreakable shortly before, was lost. The stereotype of ethnic consciousness which had evolved in the Han period recorded substantial changes. Two ter ritorial groups of the Chinese ethnos the southerners and the northerners came into existence in the course of contacts with neighbouring peoples.

Finally, the ethnic development of the Chinese in the early centuries of our era revealed the impact of social factors, which in some instances stimulated the consolidation of an ethnic while in others hindered this process.

The coincidence of heterogeneous external factors in the 3rd 6th centuries formed a prerequisite for a change in the quali tative characteristics of the ethnos of the ancient Chinese.

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