10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «P'O-YANG»
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The Grand Scribe's Records: The basic annals of pre-Han China
"This lake formed along the Yangtze, adjacent to the north end of modern Lake P
o-yang §>t* in Kiangsi (Tan Ch'i-hsiang, 1:32). "The "Three Chiang" refers to the
three mouths of what is now the Yangtze River which then marked its delta: one ...
Qian Sima, William H. Nienhauser, 1994
The Origins of Chinese Civilization
... (Shuang-miao-kou) Yang-shao (Pan-p'o) Yang-shao (Pan-p'o) Early Yang-
shao (Shuang-miao-kou) Yang-shao (Pan-p'o) Yang-shao (An-yang) Yang-shao
(Pan-p'o) Yang-shao (An-yang) Yang-shao (Miao-ti-kou) Yang-shao (Cheng-
David N. Keightley, 1983
Huang-shan- not clear 7275 ;l; 130 B.P. 7485 j; 130 B.P. ? hsi, Tzu-yang,
Szechwan 2. Pan-p'o, Yang-shao 5895 i 110 B.P. 6065 ;|; 110 B.P. 4865 i 110
B.C. Sian, Shensi 3. Pan-p'o Yang-shao 5740 i 105 B.P. 5905 i105 B.P. 4555 ;|;
105 n.c. 4.
Charles A. Reed, 1977
Robert Hart and China's Early Modernization: His Journals, ...
Kiukiang, 495 miles from Shanghai and 137 from Hankow, near the outlet of P'o-
yang Lake, commended itself as an outlet for tea exports. In point of fact, however
, it was a limited commercial facility because the P'o-yang Lake junk traffic came ...
Sir Robert Hart, Richard Joseph Smith, John King Fairbank, 1991
The Grand Scribe's Records: The memoirs of Han China, part 1
Because Pu trusted him, he followed him to go to P'o-yang ff|$H§ [Prefecture].
The men of P'o-yang killed Pu in the field-shed of a commoner in Tzu District B.M,
142 finally destroying Ch'ing Pu.143 Imperial Scion [Liu] Ch'ang was enthroned ...
Qian Sima, William H. Nienhauser, Tsai Fa Cheng, 2008
A Guide to the Wen-Yuan Pavillion Ssu-k'u Ch'uan-shu
Po wu-ching i i. v. 182 £*££&& (*)8£K P'o-yang chi. v. 1101 P'o-yang chi. v. 1133
P'o-yang wu chia chi. v. 1476 P'u chi fang. v. 747-761 P'u-chiang tz'u. v. 1488 mu.
.m (3c) MM Pu chu Tu shih. v. 1069 &Ktfcil (&) ttlta mmm&. Pu fa hsiang k'ao. v.
Branches of Heaven: A History of the Imperial Clan of Sung China
See also Su-chou po-shih (erudites), 169 P'o-yang Chao-shih hsu hsiu p'u (
Supplemental revised genealogy for the Chaos of P'o-yang), 224, 308 P'o-yang
county (Jao-chou, Chiang- nan-tung), 224 poetry, 38-39, 51-52, 251, 267, 268-69
John W. Chaffee, 1999
Powerful Relations: Kinship, Status, & the State in Sung ...
Wang' Po-yen was from Ch'i-men in southernmost Anhwei; he and his sons seem
to have settled permanently in P'o-yang, somewhat less than 150 kilometers
away in northern Kiangsi (ICC, chih ting 5:1010; chih k'uei 1 : 1 229). 64.
Beverly Jo Bossler, 1998
The Local Cultures of South and East China
Furthermore, originally the festival had nothing to do with the fifth day of the fifth
moon, despite the fact that it was celebrated on that date in P'o-yang in Kiangsi (P
'o-yang-chi in T'P' YL 66, 8b), in southwest Hunan (Liu Meng-te wen-chi 8 and ...
Wolfram Eberhard, 1969
Inscribed Landscapes: Travel Writing from Imperial China
See also P'o-yang, Lake P'eng-tsu H^ffi, 66, 444n3 P'eng Yii-lin s23E(8, 190 pi-
chi (Efd. See Miscellany Pi-chia-feng f:9gtt, 425ni5 pi-disc it, 1 6 Pi-fa chi Sate, 46
pi-fei chien-ch'tian Si^lmrR, 486n26 pi-hsieh gffll, 339, 51in8 Pi Yiian lifti, 498ni ...