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Complementary Interpretation of the Inscriptions on Qin Dynasty Ge Collected by Mr. Su in Canada
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Pages: 12-14
Year: Issue:  5
Journal: Journal of National Museum of Chinese History

Keyword:  Ge of Qin Dynastyinscriptioncomplementary interpretationShaxian;
Abstract: In "A Study on the Inscriptions of a Bronze Spear of Qin Dynasty" (Journal of National Museum of China, Vol. 2, 2009), Liang Yun published an inscribed ge of the Qin Dynasty collected by Mr. Su in Canada and studied the inscriptions. The current author adds some points regarding the inscriptions and thinks that the name of the place carved on this ge should actually be "沙羡" (Shaxian).
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