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AbstractThrough an examination of documents from the Qin county of Qianling excavated from Well no. 1, Liye, Hunan Province, and looted documents held by the Yuelu Academy, Hunan University, that were rescued from the Hong Kong antiques market, this paper discusses the ways in which the...
AbstractAfter having conquered the Liye region and establishing Qianling prefecture, the Qin army departed from this newly occupied territory stepwise. According to the withdrawal, the ruling system was also gradually adjusted. In this article, the author analyzes the Liye Qin strips...
AbstractSlips 001-008 in The Qin Bamboo Slips in the Collection of Yuelu Academy (Vol. 5) contain a legal statute issued on the wuyin day of the twelfth month of the twenty-sixth year of the First Emperor of Qin. It is related to re-establishing a family by means of a woman’s remarriage. The...
AbstractLiye J1 is an archaeological site where the official documents belonging to the county court of Qianling County (遷陵縣) were discarded during the Qin dynasty. Among those unearthed slip manuscripts, some are called “Other Post Slips” 異處簡 These were meant to be delivered to other offices...
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