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Zhan guo zhi du kao / Qi Sihe
戰國制度考 / 齊思和
Bib ID 1817697
Format BookBook
Author
Qi, Sihe, 1907-
齊思和, 1907-
 
Description Xianggang : Long men shu dian, [1970] 
香港 : 龍門書店, [1970] 
61 p. 26 cm. 
Notes

Reprint of article originally published in Yanjing xue bao di 24 qi (1938 nian 12 yue)

Bibliographical footnotes.

Reprint of article originally published in 燕京學報第24期(1938年12月)

Subjects China -- History -- Warring States, 403 B.C.-221 B.C.

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