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IV. Historical Encyclopedias and Modern Chronologies


IV.A.1. Sung History

Of exceptional importance is the Sung volume of the projected thirteen-part Great Dictionary of Chinese History. Entries are arranged by stroke-count. The author of the entry is given at the end of each item. It includes short biographies, explanations of institutional terms, book titles, etc.

Ref (C) DS733.C6242 1983x vol.5
LoC: DS734.7 .C596 1983 China
Chung-kuo li-shih ta-tz'u-tien: Sung shih
(Great dictionary of Chinese history: Sung history).
Teng Kuang-ming 鄧廣銘 and Ch'eng Ying-liu 程應鏐 eds.
Shanghai: Shang-hai tz'u-shu, 1984. 71 and 543 p.

There are also volumes devoted to the preceding period and to the conquest dynasties.
  Chung-kuo li-shih ta-tz'u-tien: Sui, T'ang, Wu-tai shih
(Great dictionary of Chinese history: Sui, T'ang, and Five Dynasties history).
Shanghai: Shang-hai tz'u-shu, forthcoming.
Ref (C) DS733.C6242 1983x
Chung-kuo li-shih ta-tz'u-tien: Liao, Hsia, Chin, Yuan shih
(Great dictionary of Chinese history: Liao, Hsia, and Chin history).
Ts'ai Mei-piao 蔡美彪 ed.
Shanghai: Shang-hai tz'u-shu, 1986. 74 and 556 p.

For other works in this series see below.
For institutional terms, policies, and figures associated with the New Policies regime of Wang An-shih and his followers, see:
J4616/1131.2 Ō Anseki jiten
(Encyclopedia of Wang An-shih).
Higashi Ichio 東一夫
Tokyo: Kokusho kankōkai, 1980. 342 p.

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