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Chow was the name of the city where king Tae fixed the central seat of his House
;—see page 281, on the name of this part of the Shoo. It became the appanage of
Wan's 4th son, Tan (H), and hence, he is known as the “duke of Chow.
It formed the appanage of Séen, the third of Wän's sons. I suppose that % was
originally merely indicative of Séen's place in the line of his brothers (see on Con.
Ana., XVIII., xi.); but it has come to be joined with , so that Kwánshuh is now in ...
When it is said that Woo restored him to his former office, I understand that he
confirmed him in his appanage of Wei, so that he continued to be “the viscount of
Wei,' up to the date of this Charge, when he was appointed to be the duke of
... Fung's appanage, somewhere within the imperial domain. Ma Yung and Wang
Suh expressly affirm this. The only ancient scholar who expressed a different
opinion was K'angshing, who thought that K'ang was the honorary posthumous
It was the appanage of Shih (#). one of the ablest of the men who lent their aid to
the establishment of the dynasty of Chow. He appears here as the 'Greatguardian
' (#) of king Ching; and we have met with him before in 'The Hounds of Leu,” ...
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Traditionally historical documents from the Shang/Chou transition and beyond. Later interpreted as embodying Confucian principles (rule by good example etc.), though Shaughnessy feels originally the transition was more violent than these texts indicate. קרא סקירה מלאה