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8.10: Sources

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    1 Wright, The Sui Dynasty, 55-7, 80-1, 91

    2 Holcombe, A History of East Asia, 111.

    3 Jeon, “The Constitution of the Ruling Elite in Middle and Late Silla,” 29.

    4 Jeon, “The Constitution of the Ruling Elite in Middle and Late Silla,” 42.

    5 Adshead, T’ang China, 43-4.

    6 Wang Zhenping, “T’ang Maritime Trade Administration.”

    7 Olivia Milburn, “Featherwork in Early and Medieval China,” 564.

    8 Ebrey, The aristocratic families of early Imperial China.

    9 Skaff, “A Slave Road? Sogdian Merchants and Foreign Slaves at Turfan.”

    10 von Glahn, The Economic History of China, 186-87.

    11 Wang Zhenping, “T’ang Maritime Trade Administration,” 37.

    12 Amino Yoshihiko, Rethinking Japanese History.

    13 Yin Shoufu, “Why Sharing Atrocious Dreams? Literary Episteme, Identity Building and Social Changes of Tenth-Century China and Beyond.”

    14 Bol, Neo-Confucianism in History, 59.

    15 Peter Bol, This Culture of Ours.

    16 Ha Il Sik contrasts this purposely narrow policy of incorporation with the way Rome created more citizens as it expanded from a city-state to hold more and more territory. Ha, “Dynastic Crisis and the Ruling Strata in Silla,” p. 157.

    17 McBride, “Introduction” in State and Society in Middle and Late Silla.

    18 Yoon, “Village Society and the System of Local Governance,” 67. Image p. 60.

    19 Yoon, “Village Society,” 59.

    20 Yoon, “Village Society,” 62-63, translation emended to incorporate Yoon’s definitions for smoother reading.

    21 McBride, “Introduction,” State and Society in Middle and Late Silla, 8. Jeon “The Constitution of the Ruling Elite in Middle and Late Silla,” 44.

    22 Jeon, “The Constitution of the Ruling Elite in Middle and Late Silla,” 41.

    23 Jeon, “The Constitution of the Ruling Elite in Middle and Late Silla,” 44.

    24 Jeon, “The Constitution of the Ruling Elite in Middle and Late Silla,” 27, 24-25.

    25 Jeon “The Constitution of the Ruling Elite in Middle and Late Silla,” 27.

    26 According to a Japanese historical source. Jeon, “The Constitution of the Ruling Elite,” 51.

    27 Lee SeungJae, “A Deciphering of Two Silla Poetry Fragments Inscribed on Wooden Tablets.”

    28 Lee SeungJae, “A Deciphering of Two Silla Poetry Fragments,” 139.

    29 Lee SeungJae, “A Deciphering of Two Silla Poetry Fragments,” 140.

    30 Yin Shoufu, “Why Sharing Atrocious Dreams?”

    31 Ebrey, Chinese Civilization: A Sourcebook, pp. 98-104.

    32 Mitchell, “Borrowing from the Buddha.”

    33 Von Glahn, The Sinister Way, 68.

    34 Cahill, “Performers and Female Taoist Adepts: Hsi Wang Mu as the Patron Deity of Women,” 156.

    35 H.S. Sum Cheuk Shing, “Eliminating Hunger and Thirst with Medicine: Buddhist and Daoist Recipes from Medieval China,” 2021 AAS Presentation, cited by permission.

    36 Cahill, “Performers and Female Taoist Adepts,” 160. Section based on Cahill, Transcendence and Divine Passion: The Queen Mother of the West in Medieval China.

    37 Tackett, The Destruction of the Medieval Chinese Aristocracy.


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