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King of Sichuan"s mountains.

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Published by SSi-chʼuan min tsu chʼu pan she in [SSu-chʼuan] .
Written in English


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PRIORITY 2.

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LC ClassificationsIN PROCESS
The Physical Object
Pagination82 p. ;
Number of Pages82
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL465814M
ISBN 107540904909
LC Control Number98186195
OCLC/WorldCa123410550

: Life of Ninja [VHS]: Yasuaki Kurata, Kuan Tai Chen, Yung Chih Sun, Te-shan Wang, Kang Peng, Pao Lien Yi, Chi Sang Wong, Yun Lan, Shu-erh Chin, Ching Feng Chiang, Hui San Yang, Hung Lieh Chen, Tso Nam Lee: Movies & TV/5(7). The last of the Han: being the chronicle of the years – A.D. as recorded in chapters 58–68 of the Tzu-chih t'ung-chien of Ssu-ma Kuang. Canberra: Australian National Univ. Press, [abbreviation: Last of the Han]Cited by:

Neo-Taoism -- (1) Wang Pi's Simple Exemplifications of the Principles of the Book of Changes -- (2) Wang Pi's Commentary on the Book of Changes -- (3) Wang Pi's Commentary on the Lao Tzu -- (4) Ho Yen's Treatise on Tao -- (5) Ho Yen's Treatise on the Nameless -- (6) Kui Hsaing's Commentary on the Chuang Tzu -- Seven early Buddhist schools Pages: Shan-Yü Chih-chih was the rival of Shan-Yü Hu-han-hsieh whom Emperor Hsüan had aided to establish himself in Mongolia; Chih-chih consequently fled to the west, fearing a surprise attack. There he made for himself a kingdom in the region east of Lake Balkash, and defeated the Wu-sun (in the present Ili valley), who were hereditary Chinese allies.

I have used the Wang-sani-chai ## edition; references are to that edition as reproduced in the Chi-fu ts`ung-shu ##. B. Ming edition of Shên Pien-chih ##, cut in the Yeh-chu-chai ## ## and photographically reproduced in the Ssŭ-pu ts`ung-k`an. 6 See Liu Pe-chi, Kuang-tung shu-yüan chih-tu (Taipei, ), pp. 46 - 78 which indicate in tabular form the positions of the founders of over four hun- dred shu-yüan.


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