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“Cutting off the nose' was one of the regular five punishments, but not 'cutting off
the ears, though mention is made of this in Bk. XXVII., p. 2. The X. E! should
probably be before the #: # # which precedes it in the text,—as in the translation.
see IV., Pt. I., xxvii. 2.). 17. H. H # #-F#-jū, 'great,' 'greatly. We may take # as in Bk.
XII., or more generally, as I have done in the translation. Ying-tä makes the
clause=# # # iß, 'they increasingly cultivated good government.' 18 19 #, # L Ji #
# Q ...
In the Chow Le, Bk. xxvii, on the duties of the fil Hi, we have a full account of the
imperial carriages, which were of five kinds—EE, £, #, iš. and ZR :-i.e., the grand
carriage ornamented with gems; the second, ornamented with metal (gold, we ...
The Chow Le, Bk. XXVII, makes mention of the # #, or 'superintendent of banners,
who had charge of all the “nine flags or banners' ( ju #). , therefore, is in that
passage used apparently as synonymous with Commonly, however, we find it
BOOK XXVII. # Jill, J' BK. XXVI. Pp. 8, 9. 587 THE CHARGE TO KEUNG.
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Traditionally historical documents from the Shang/Chou transition and beyond.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