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Lun yu ji jie : 10 juan / He Yan ji jie
論語集解 : 十卷 / 何晏集解
Bib ID 2981708
Format BookBook
Author
Confucius
 
Uniform Title Lun yu
論語
Description [Shanghai : Shang wu yin shu guan, 1922?] 
[上海 : 商務印書館, 1922?] 
2 v. (double leaves) in case ; 20 cm. 
Series

Si bu cong kan jing bu ; [37-38]

四部叢刊經部 ; [37-38]

Notes

Ju Shanghai Han fen lou jie Changsha Ye shi Guan gu tang cang Riben Zhengping kan ben ying yin.

據上海涵芬樓借長沙葉氏觀古堂藏日本正平刊本影印.

Other authors/contributors He, Yan, -249
何晏, -249

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