|Gujin jiaoshi kao 古今交食考. [Jap-Sin II, 41.3]|
|Full bibliographic citation see: Ad Dudink & Nicolas Standaert, Chinese Christian Texts Database (CCT-Database).|
JapSin II, 41.3
Gujin jiaoshi kao 古今交食考.
By Tang Ruowang 湯若望 (Johann Adam Schall von Bell).
One juan. Chinese bamboo paper in one volume. No date or place of publication.
The cover bears a label with the title and a Latin inscription: “Examen veterarum et | modernorum Eclipsium | a p. Adamo Schall | S.J.”Folio 1r mentions the title of the book, the chief compiler of the collection: Li Tianjing 李天經, the author, the reviser: Iacomo Rho 羅雅谷, and the proofreaders: Wang Yinglin, Sun Youben, Zhu Tingshu, Bao Yingqi, Wu Mingzhu, and Liu Yunde 王應遴，孫有本，朱廷樞，鮑英齊，鄔明著，劉蘊德.
There are thirty-four folios in the whole book. There are nine columns in each half folio with twenty-two characters in the first column of each paragraph and twenty-one characters in the rest of the paragraph. Annotations are given in double lines and in smaller characters. The upper middle of each folio bears the title of the book with the number of the folio below.
Cf. Väth, p. 364, no. 11; Courant 4963–II.
Source: Albert Chan, S.J., Chinese Books and Documents in the Jesuit Archives in Rome, pp. 338-339.