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2.9: Sources

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    As well as those cited in the footnotes, this chapter draws on de Bary, Sources of Chinese Tradition, second edition, volume 1; and di Cosmo, Ancient China and its Enemies.

    1 Nivison, “The Dates of Western Chou.” For charts of eclipses visible about this time in Anyang, see F.R. Stephenson and M.A. Houlden, Atlas of Historical Eclipse Maps: East Asia 1500 BC – AD 1900 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1986), pp. 53-56.

    2 Rawson, “Western Zhou Archaeology,” 434. Li Feng, Early China, 152-53.

    3 Sena, “Arraying the Ancestors in Ancient China,” 80.

    4 Von Glahn, The Economic History of China, 88-90.

    5 http://kaogu.net.cn/en/News/New_discoveries/2018/0206/61045.html

    6 archaeologynewsnetwork.blogspot.com/2018/07/136-ancient-tombs-discovered-in-shandong.html

    7 von Glahn, The Economic History of China, chapter 1.

    8 Shim, “A New Understanding of Kija Chosŏn as a Historical Anachronism.”

    9 Shim, “A New Understanding of Kija Chosŏn as a Historical Anachronism.”

    10 Shim, “A New Understanding of Kija Chosŏn as a Historical Anachronism,” 297.

    11 Excavated tombs show how much the Rong and Di shared with Zhou, including spectacular burials of horses and chariots. http://www.kaogu.cn/en/Special_Events/Archaeology_Forum_2017/2018/0129/60889.html

    12 Li Feng, Early China, 164-167.

    13 Shaughnessy, “Western Zhou,” 331-8; von Falkenhausen, Chinese Society in the Age of Confucius, 295

    14 Eno, “The Background of the Kong Family and the Origins of Ruism,” Early China 28 (2003):1-41.

    15 Nylan and Wilson, Lives of Confucius.

    16 Barbieri-Low, “Copyists, Compilers, and Commentators,” 33.

    17 DU Heng, “Caring for Qu Yuan’s Corpse and Corpus: The Paratextual Layers in Chuci zhangju.”

    18 Indracolo, “The Ruler/Minister Dichotomy as Rhetorical Trope in Early China.”

    19 Von Glahn, The Economic History of China, 88.

    20 Von Glahn, The Economic History of China, 95.


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