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by Dongfang SHAO
Author: Dongfang SHAO
Publisher: Airiti Press (December 31, 2009)
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The Annals of the Bamboo Books", in "Prolegomena", The . Shao, Dongfang (邵東方) (2010), Zhúshū jìnián yánjiū lùngǎo 竹書紀年研究論稿 (in Chinese), Taipei: Airiti Press, ISBN 978-986-85182-9-2.
The Annals of the Bamboo Books", in "Prolegomena", The Chinese Classics, volume 3, part 1, pp. 105–188. Rpt. (1960) Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press. Nivison, David (2009). Shaughnessy, Edward L. (2011), "Of Riddles and Recoveries: The Bamboo Annals, Ancient Chronology, and the Work of David Nivison" (PDF), Journal of Chinese Studies, 52: 269–290.
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Bamboo Annals, set of Chinese court records written on bamboo slips, from the state of Wei, one of the many small states .
Bamboo Annals, set of Chinese court records written on bamboo slips, from the state of Wei, one of the many small states into which China was divided during the Dong (Eastern) Zhou dynasty (770–256 bce). The Bamboo Annals contain one of the few written records of the earliest period in Chinese history, but the originals have been lost, and the later copies that survive have been proved to contain much spurious information.
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Flag as Inappropriate. For this reason, the chronicle survived the burning of the books by Emperor Qin Shi Huang
Flag as Inappropriate. The Bamboo Annals (Chinese: 竹書紀年; pinyin: Zhúshū Jìnián), also known as the Ji Tomb Annals (Chinese: 汲冢紀年; pinyin: Jí zhǒng jìnián), is a chronicle of ancient China. It begins at the earliest legendary times (the Yellow Emperor) and extends to 299 BC, with the later centuries focusing on the history of the State of Wei in the Warring States period. For this reason, the chronicle survived the burning of the books by Emperor Qin Shi Huang. Other texts recovered from the same tomb included Guoyu, I Ching, and the Tale of King Mu.