Ars Orientalis 33 (2003) by Smithsonian Institution

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1,11. 84-86. GopalSukhu,"Monkeys, Emperors,andPoets:The ChuciandImages of Chuduringthe HanDynasty," in Defining Chu: Image and Reality in Ancient China, ed. ConstanceA. CookandJohnS. Major (Honolulu:Universityof Hawai'iPress, 1999), 145-63. t:o IIZ 86. Kern, Stele Inscriptions of Ch'in Shih-huang, 27. Ledderose, Die Siegelschrift(Chuan-shu) in derCh'ing-Zeit, 27-28. Sukhu,"Monkeys, Shamans,Emperors,and Poets,"152-57; Kern,"Ritual,Text, and the Formationof the Canon,"66-68. Seenote 4 above. rb11 ...

If transcribedasfu t: (following ZhangZhenlinandMaGuoquan),the last characterof this line maybe understoodas referringdirectlyto the writtendecoration ratherthanto the registersof decoration. SeeXuShen com9VA, Shuowenjiezizhu = mentedby DuanYucaifWR (Shanghai: Shanghai guji chubanshe, 1981),758. More specifically,fumaybe understoodas an engraved,auspicioussaying,an invocation. T. ,Hanyuda cidian(suoyinben) X g>kCyL (X 1[4) (The GreatLexiconof the ChineseLanguage)(Shanghai:Hanyu da cidianchubanshe,1997),5202.

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