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Qufu bei jie kao [4 juan] / [Kong Xianglin ji]
曲阜碑碣考 [4卷] / [孔祥霖輯]
Bib ID 5739811
Format BookBook
Edition Chu ban. 
初版. 
Description Taibei : Xin wen feng chu ban gong si, 1979 
臺北 : 新文豐出版公司, 1979 
1 v. ; 27 cm. 
Series

Shi ke shi liao xin bian. Di 2 ji. Wei di fang lei ; 13.

石刻史料新編. 第2輯. 為地方類 ; 13.

Notes

"Ben shu cheng Zhong yang yan jiu yuan shi yu suo Fu Sinian tu shu guan ben jie yong ying yin".

"本書承中央硏究院史語所傅斯年圖書館借用影印".

Other authors/contributors Kong, Xianglin
孔祥霖

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