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Kobun kōkyō / Kenzan kunten ; Senri hikkyū
古文孝經 / 兼山訓點 ; 千里必究
Bib ID 295571
Format BookBook
Author
Kong, Anguo, 2nd century B.C
孔安國, 2nd century B.C
 
Uniform Title Gu wen xiao jing. Japanese & Chinese
古文孝經. Japanese & Chinese
Description Tōkyō : Kōzanbō, Kyōhō 16 [1731] 
東京 : 嵩山房, 享保 16 [1731] 
1 v. ; 26 cm. 
Notes

Commentary by Kong Anguo. Cf. Introd.

"Dazai Jun kinjo" at the end of preface.

Colophon inserted.

On double leaves, oriental style.

Chinese original with Japanese reading marks.

"太宰純謹序" at the end of preface.

Subjects Xiao jing.
孝經.
Also Titled

Xiao jing. Japanese & Chinese.

孝經. Japanese & Chinese.

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