2 edition of The Sacred Books of China Part I found in the catalog.
The Sacred Books of China Part I
March 2001 by Routledge/Curzon .
Written in English
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28 The Sacred Books of China vol. 5 Scanned atOctober-November Lî Kî Part II Title Page and Contents The Sacred Books of China Part I book. Yü Zâo or The Jade-Bead Pendants of the Royal Cap XII. Ming Thang Wei or The Places in the Hall of. Chapter III.
On The Chronology of China, And The Principal Eras In The Shû. The Use of the Chart Part I: The Book of Thang The Canon of Yâo Part II: The Books of Yü Book I. The Canon of Shun Book II. The Counsels of the Great Yü Book III. The Counsels of Kâo-yâo Book IV.
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