|Part 2 of Qingting san da shice quantu ji 清廷三大實測全圖集 / Wang Qianjin, Liu Quofang zhengli 汪前進, 劉若芳整理. Beijing: Waiwen chubanshe 外文出版社, 2007. |
Originally published 1929-1932.
Each case includes maps accompanied by index volume (29 x 42 cm.).
Includes bibliographical references.
"Yongzheng Atlas (99 sheets, 251 p. index) reproduced from the original work of 1728 (Library of the Chinese Academy of Science); expansion and updating of the earlier Kangxi Atlas. Map composed of 99 sheets divided into ten equal horizontal rows, hence the name Yongzheng [Period] in Ten Rows 十排圖."
Theodore N. Foss, “A Western Interpretation of China: Jesuit Cartography” in East Meets West (1988), pp. 109-251.
Endymion Wilkinson, Chinese history, a manual (2000), p. 148.
Joseph Needham, Science & civilisation in China (1954), v. 3, pp. 583-586.
N. Standaert, Handbook of Christianity in China (2001), p. 700, 759-763.
J.B. Harley and David Woodward. The history of cartography (1987), v. 2.2
Ad Dudink & Nicolas Standaert, Chinese Christian Texts Database (CCT-Database)