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Fan Shengzhi shu ji shi / Wan Guoding ji shi
氾勝之書輯釋 / 萬國鼎輯釋
Bib ID 610417
Format BookBook
Author
Wan, Guoding, 1897-
萬國鼎, 1897-
 
Edition Di 2 ban. 
第2版. 
Description Beijing : Nong ye chu ban she, 1980 
北京 : 农业出版社, 1980 
172 pages : illustrations ; 18 cm. 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Fan, Shengzhi, active 32 B.C.-7 B.C. Fan Shengzhi shu.  |  Agriculture -- Early works to 1800.  |  Agriculture -- China -- Early works to 1800.
氾勝之, active 32 B.C.-7 B.C. 氾勝之書.
Other authors/contributors Fan, Shengzhi, active 32 B.C.-7 B.C. Fan Shengzhi shu
氾勝之, active 32 B.C.-7 B.C. 氾勝之書

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