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The Resource Problems of Han Administration : Ancestral Rites, Weights and Measures, and the Means of Protest

Problems of Han Administration : Ancestral Rites, Weights and Measures, and the Means of Protest

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Problems of Han Administration : Ancestral Rites, Weights and Measures, and the Means of Protest
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Problems of Han Administration
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Ancestral Rites, Weights and Measures, and the Means of Protest
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Problems of Han Administration : Ancestral Rites, Weights and Measures, and the Means of Protest
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Problems of Han Administration : Ancestral Rites, Weights and Measures, and the Means of Protest
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  • Contents -- List of Figures and Tables -- List of Abbreviations -- Part 1 -- The Concept of zhaomu and Its Place in the Services to Imperial Ancestors from Chunqiu Times to Qing -- Introduction to Part 1 -- Chapter 1 -- The Concept and Application of zhaomu -- Origins of the Term -- Invocations of zhaomu -- An Emperor's Ritual Tasks -- Services at the Imperial Shrines and Their Problems -- Practical Difficulties -- The Situation and Retention or Destruction of Imperial Tombs and Shrines -- Chapter 2 -- The Two Series of Imperial Cults -- a Practice in Western Han -- Services to Supra-Human Powers -- Services to Earlier Emperors -- b Practice in Eastern Han -- Services to Western Han Emperors at Chang'an -- The Gao miao and Services to Gaozu in Luoyang -- The zong si 宗祀 in Eastern Han -- Incidents in Zhangdi's Reign -- Services to the liu zong -- Jiao si 祀 and zong si 宗祀 -- Gao ci 告祠 -- Xia 祫 and di 禘 -- The jiu bin -- Seasonal Sacrifices: zheng 烝, ci 祠, yue 礿 and chang 嘗 -- Superior Powers and Earthly Sovereigns: Partnership -- Chapter 3 -- Zhaomu from Pre-Imperial Times to Eastern Han -- a Zhaomu in Pre-Imperial Times -- b Zhaomu in Western Han -- c The Shrines Set up by Wang Mang -- d Zhaomu in Eastern Han -- Chapter 4 -- Zhaomu from the Three Kingdoms to the Close of Qing -- a The Three Kingdoms -- b Western and Eastern Jin -- c Northern Wei and Liu-Song -- d The Sui and Tang Dynasties -- e The Five Dynasties -- f Northern and Southern Song -- g The Jin and Yuan Dynasties -- h The Ming and Qing Dynasties -- Summary -- Chapter 5 -- The Sites for Imperial Tombs -- a Spatial Relationships -- b Emperors of Western Han -- c Emperors of Eastern Han -- Chapter 6 -- The Ming tang -- Appendix to Part 1 -- a Passages from Primary Sources -- b A Passage Cited in Han shu 73, p.{u202F}3118, Han shu bu zhu 73.12a -- c Dynastic Lines of Descent
  • i The Descendants of Huangdi, and the Five Sovereigns* -- ii The Ancestry Claimed by Wang Mang -- iii Guangwudi's Line of Descent -- iv Yuandi's Descendants -- v The Emperors of Western and Eastern Jin 晉 and Their Ancestors -- vi The Emperors of Northern Wei and Their Ancestors -- vii Ancestry of the Tang Emperors -- viii The Jin Emperors* -- List of Works Cited Part 1 -- Part 2 -- The Standardisation of Weights and Measures -- Inscriptions on Bronze Vessels of the Han Dynasty and the Jia liang hu Made for Wang Mang -- Introduction to Part 2 -- Chapter 1 -- Sources of Information -- a Literary Sources -- i The Standard Histories -- ii A Mathematical Treatise -- iii Records of Practice -- b Material Evidence -- Chapter 2 -- The Standardisation of Weights and Measures -- Chapter 3 -- The Evidence of Han shu 21 -- Chapter 4 -- Inscriptions of the Zhan guo, Qin and Han Periods -- a Inscriptions and Their Purposes -- b Inscriptions of the Kingdom and Emperors of Qin -- c Statutory Provisions -- d Weights -- e Footrules -- f Descriptive Inscriptions -- i Office or Place of Manufacture -- ii Artisans -- iii Numbers -- iv Specifications of Size -- v Ownership, Place of Assignment -- vi Special Items -- vii Cases of Doubtful Authenticity -- viii Multiple Inscriptions -- g Messages of Goodwill -- Chapter 5 -- The Jia liang hu 嘉 斛 -- a History of the Vessel -- b Inscriptions on the Jia liang hu -- c The Principal Inscription -- d The Five Minor Inscriptions -- Chapter 6 -- The Wei dou Vessel -- Conclusion -- Conclusion -- Appendix Part 2 -- Appendix to Part 2 -- a The Identification of Zheng shi 氏 -- b The Twelve Pitch-Pipes -- c The Writings of Liu Xin 劉歆 (46 BCE to 23 CE) -- d Scales and Systems -- e The Use of shi 石 and hu 斛 as Units of Capacity, and the Pronunciation of 石 -- List of Works Cited Part 2 -- Part 3 -- Protest and Criticism in the Han Empire
  • Introduction to Part 3 -- 1 Occasions for Criticism -- 2 Types of Argument and the Means of Taking Action -- i Refusal to Serve -- ii A Function of the Rhapsody (fu ) -- iii A Function of the Essay (lun ) -- iv Li Gu and Chen Fan -- v Public Action -- 3 Criticism of an Emperor -- 4 Criticism of Officials -- 5 Themes and Incidents of Criticism -- Particular Incidents -- 6 The Results of Protest -- 7 Conclusion -- List of Works Cited Part 3 -- Index
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