Women and the Family in Chinese History

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References

Abbreviations

CSJC

Congshu jicheng. Shanghai: Commercial Press, 1935–1937.

GXJBCS

Guoxue jiben congshu. Shanghai: Commercial Press, 1929–1941.

SBCK

Sibu congkan. Shanghai: Commercial Press, 1919–1936.

SKQS

Siku quanshu. Taibei: Commercial Press, 1983.

SYDFZCS

SongYuan difang zhi congshu. Taibei: Guotai wenhua shiye, 1980.

ZHSJ

Beijing: Zhonghua shuju.


PRIMARY SOURCES

AYJ Anyang ji, by Han Qi (1008–1075). SKQS ed.

BQS BeiQi shu, by Li Delin (530–590) and Li Boyao (565–648). ZHSJ ed.

BQSMZ [Baoqing] Siming zhi, ed. Luo Jun et al. SYDFZCS ed.

BS Bei shi, by Li Yanshou. ZHSJ ed.

BSXJ Beishan xiaoji, by Cheng Ju (1078–1144). SBCK ed.

CB Xu zizhi tongjian changbian, by Li Tao (1115–1184). ZHSJ, 1985.

CBZLG Chunbai zhai leigao, by Hu Zhu. CSJC ed.

CGL Chuogeng lu, by Tao Zongyi (fl. 1360–1368). CSJC ed.

CJL Chuijian lu, by Yu Wenbao (fl. 1240), in Songren daji ba zhong . Taipei, Shijie shuju ed.

CLJ Chen Liang ji, by Chen Liang (1143–1194). ZHSJ, 1974.

CLSXS Culai Shi xiansheng wenji, by Shi Jie (1005–1045). ZHSJ, 1984.

DDSL Dongdu shilue, by Wang Cheng (twelfth century). Songshi ziliao cuibian ed. Taibei: Wenhai, 1967.

DHBZ Dunhuang baozang, ed. Huang Yongwu Taibei: Xinwenfeng, 1981.

DJMHL Dongjing menghua lu (1147), attrib. to Meng Yuanlao (fl. 1126–1147). In Dongjing menghua lu wai si zhong. Shanghai: ZHSJ, 1962.

DMLJJFL Da Ming lü jijie fuli. Mingdai shiji huikan ed.

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