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Lionel Giles (29 December 1875 – 22 January 1958) was a British sinologist, writer, and philosopher. Lionel Giles served as assistant curator at the British Museum and Keeper of the Department of Oriental Manuscripts and Printed Books. He is most notable for his 1910 translation of The Art of War by Sun Tzu and The Analects of Confucius.

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[Ci dian shou gao ben] [manuscript] / [Lionel Giles]
[辭典手稿本] [manuscript] / [Lionel Giles]
by Giles, Lionel, 1875-1958
[S.l. : s.n., between 1800 and 1899]
 
 
[Zhongguo yan yu Ying yi gao ben] [manuscript] / [Lionel Giles]
[中國諺語英譯稿本] [manuscript] / [Lionel Giles]
by Giles, Lionel, 1875-1958
[China : s.n., between 1899 and 1950?]
 
 
Uniform title: Mengzi. English. Selections
by Mencius
London (England) : John Murray, [1942]
BookBook [text, volume]
 
 
Sunzi bing fa = Sunzi's art of war / Sun Wu zhuan ; [Lai'aner·Quersi yi ; Miaohua Jushi shou shu]
孙子兵法 = Sunzi's art of war / 孫武撰 ; [赖安尔·瞿尔斯译 ; 妙華居士手书]
by Sun, Wu, active 505, B.C
孫武, active 505, B.C
Beijing : Wai wen chu ban she, 2008
北京 : 外文出版社, 2008
 
by Roxby, P. M. (Percy Maude), 1880-1947
[London?] : Naval Intelligence Division, 1944-1945
BookBook, OnlineOnline
 
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