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Shiliuguo chunqiu jibu 十六國春秋輯補. [Shiliuguo chunqiu 十六國春秋]
AuthorTang Qiu 湯球, 1804-1881
Cui Hong 崔鴻, fl. 496-525
Pub. LocationBeijing 北京PublisherShangwu yinshuguan 商務印書館
Date1958Phys. Desc.3, 3, 3, 11, 38, 689 p. : table ; 19 cm.
LocationReading RoomCall NumberDS748.4.T3 1958
"... Sixteen kingdoms (Shiliuguo 十六國), conventional term for the sixteen states established over most of North China and Sichuan between 304 and 439, of which five were Xianbei 鮮卑, three Han 漢, three Xiongnu 匈奴, two Di 氐, Qiang 羌, Jie 羯, Ba-Di 巴氐. Collectively the non-Han people who ruled the North were known as the "five barbarians" (wuhu 五胡)--Cf. Wilkinson, Chinese History, a manual, p. 10. (This is the reason that the LC subject heading is China--History--Five Hu and the Sixteen Kingdoms).
Subject(s)China--History--Five Hu and the Sixteen Kingdoms, 304-439--Sources
China--History--Jin dynasty, 265-419--Sources
SeriesGuoxue jiben congshu 國學基本叢書
Rec. TypeBookLanguageChinese 中文
CollectionRicci Institute Library [F2]Rec. #12976