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1587, a year of no significance : the Ming dynasty in decline / Ray Huang
Bib ID 1354830
Format BookBook
Author
Huang, Ray
 
Uniform Title Wan li shih wu nien
Description New Haven : Yale University Press, c1981 
xiii, 278 p., [8] leaves of plates : ill. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0300025181
0300028849 (paperback)
Full contents Includes index. 
Notes

Published in China under title Wan-li shih-wu nien (The fifteenth year of Wan-li) by Chung-hua shu-chu, Peking.

Bibliography: p. 261-265.

Subjects China -- History -- Ming dynasty, 1368-1644.

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