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Li ji ji shuo / [Chen Hao ji shuo]
禮記集說 / [陳澔集說]
Bib ID 1682655
Format BookBook
Author
Chen, Hao, 1261-1341
陳澔, 1261-1341
 
Description [China] : Wu ben shu ju, Guangxu 16 [1890] 
[China] : 務本書局, 光緖16 [1890] 
2 v.; 24 cm. 
Notes

On double leaves, oriental style.

Subjects Etiquette -- China.  |  Rites and ceremonies -- China.  |  China -- Social life and customs.
Also Titled

Li ji.

Li ji. 1890.

禮記.

禮記. 1890.

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