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AbstractThe *Si gao 四告 (Four Proclamations) manuscript, published in the tenth volume of the Qinghua daxue cang Zhanguo zhujian 清華大學藏戰國竹簡 (Warring States Bamboo Slips in Collection of Tsinghua University), consists of four texts of prayers of Zhou Gong Dan 周公旦 (Dan, the Duke of Zhou), Zengsun...
AbstractBy rejoining several fragmentary slips in the Shanghai Museum *Shi Liu wen yu Fuzi manuscript, this article seeks to adjust the order of the existing bamboo slips as well as to clarify the meaning of the text. On this basis, and through a comparison with transmitted texts, the identities...
AbstractIn the Geling 葛陵 Chu 楚 manuscripts, there are a number of characters usually transcribed as yan 延 in published transcriptions. This essay suggests a tentative interpretation of these characters. The first section examines four types of direct transcriptions and their interpretive...
AbstractIn light of recent advances made in research on the Yuelu Academy Qin Wei li zhi guan ji qianshou manuscript, the present article reconsiders issues surrounding the manuscript’s slip order and the reading of its text. A new arrangement is given, with two missing slips restored to the...
AbstractThis paper attempts to rearrange the slip sequence in the Wang Ji 妄稽 manuscript, and makes the following suggestions: slips 75–76 should be placed immediately after slips 47, 48, and 49; slips 77–81 should be placed between slips 75–76 and slips 43–46; since the meaning of the text on...
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