The Grand Scribe's Records: The memoirs of Han China (pt. 2)
This project will result in the first complete translation of the Shih chi (The Grand Scribe s Records), one of the most important narratives in traditional China. Ssu-ma Ch ien (145-c.86 B.C.), who compiled the work, is known as the Herodotus of China. -- Publisher.
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Herodotus and Ssuma Chien A Preliminary Study of Styles and Sources in Their Early Chapters
On Using This Book
Weights and Measures Lu Zongli
List of Abbreviations
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