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Historical Mapping of Yangzhou

This mapping analyzes the historical infrastructures of Yangzhou City from the Jin Dynasty (317-420AD) to Qing Dynasty (1636-1912AD), which have already disappeared today. These include city walls, old temples, official institutes, canals, and Yangtze Rivers’ riverbanks. It aims to study the evolution of human-made urban contexts according to non-human natural landscapes and the relationship between the water systems and the city’s central public spaces.