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Book Review: A Collection of Bronze Inscriptions from Shandong Province
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Pages: 119-129
Year: Issue:  5
Journal: Journal of National Museum of Chinese History

Keyword:  A Collection of Bronze Inscriptions from Shandong Provinceexisting problemsinterpretationnaming;
Abstract: The recently-published Shan Dong Jin Wen Ji Cheng (A Collection of Bronze Inscriptions from Shandong Province) is a comprehensive work on bronze inscriptions from Shandong that facilitates researches of the field. Nevertheless, this book is problematic in terms of inscription interpretation, naming, sequence arrangement of objects, and descriptions. This article points out examples of misinterpretation, missed explanation, improper determination of characters, inconsistent use of scripts, disordered interpretation, confusion of punctuation marks, improper naming, different names for objects with the same inscription, missed inscription, and distortion of scripts that are found in this book.
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