By Ssu-ma Ch'ien Edited by William H. Nienhauser, Jr.
Comprises biographies of people in pre-Han China. This name introduces the reader to the foremost supporters and competitors of the founders of the Han Dynasty: the generals, advisors, strategists, and ministers who helped to form the rules of the 1st sustained empire in chinese language background.
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Life and Letters o f Fenton John Anthony Hort. (London: Macmillan， 1896)， p. 211. 1) and to Lao Tzu 老 子 （Lao Tzu) by section. When comments in a m odem critical edition are relevant, however, we cite it. All dynastic history references are to the modem punctuated editions from Chung-hua Shu-chii 中 華書局. For many other citations we have referred to the S su -p u pei-yao 四 爺 備 要 or ts ， “ng-kan 四部叢刊 E ditions to allow the reader to more easily locate the passage. Other abbreviated titles can be found in the L ist of A bbreviations.
The H an shu parallel reads T ’eng ling 滕 令 for Teng kung — 公 . 21)，kung 公 is the Ch’u equivalent for “magistrate” which Pan Ku ‘^translated’，into Han official terminology as ling 令 . 5). The Chung-hua Shih chi reads: “ [Kuan Ying] personally captured one cavalry commander. He attacked Fu-yang . 傅 陽 ，身虜騎 將 一 人 。攻 傅 备 . … Most early H an shu editions read 虜騎 將 入 攻 博 陽 here (cf. 13b and the commentary). The Chung-hua editors have revised the text (changing j u 入 to y i je n — 人 and P o 博 to Fu 傅 ）to read identically with the Shih chi (see their collational notes on H an shu, 41:2091).
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The Grand Scribe's Records - Volume VIII The Memoirs of Han China, Part I by Ssu-ma Ch'ien Edited by William H. Nienhauser, Jr.