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Folk Belief in Shanxi and the Great Wall Memory in Ming and Qing Dynasty——Taking Chronicle Writing on the Worship of Meng Tian and Fu Su as the Clue
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Pages: 29-35
Year: Issue:  2
Journal: Vicissitudes

Keyword:  WorshipGuoxianFu SuMeng TianChronicles WritingMemory of the Great Wall;
Abstract: In Ming and Qing Dynasties, a large number of local folk beliefs was recorded on the chronicles through temple data directory. Writing by the chronicles, folk beliefs are often combined with historical figures, results in the formation of official local culture. From the relevant chronicles records, the folk beliefs of Fu Su and Meng Tian under the regional space of the Great Wall in Shanxi Guoxian, merge the folk beliefs and famous historical figures together across time and space overlap. This process is obtained double writing by the local chronicles and the Great Wall legend memory, influence the formation and evolution of the local historical and cultural memory.
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