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Eighteen History Outlines; Juuhachi shiryaku,
Kagoshima: juuminamiuchi, 1871. 1871 Japanese Woodblock 18 Histories Outline China Song Dynasty Xianzhi Meiji 7vToday, "Eighteen History Outlines" is still the most read history book by Japanese people. (Chen Sunchen)A 19th-century Sino-Japanese woodblock printing of "Eighteen Histories Outlines" bound in the fukurotoji style. "Eighteen Histories Outlines" (Shiba shilue 十八史略) is a concise general history text created in the Yuan dynasty written by the Song Dynasty scholar Zeng Xianzhi, which achieved widespread popularity in the Ming dynasty. During the Meiji Restoration period, a demand for abbreviated histories arose in Japan leading to large-scale publications of 'Eighteen Histories Outlines' and creating "a profound impact on Japanese society, culture, and historiography, with a legacy extending into the contemporary period." This book was used as required material in primary schools and as a textbook for government officials in learning Chinese history.This 1871 edition of the Eighteen History Outlinesis written in the typical column format with minor furigana usage for Japanese readers! Item number: #12865Price: $550XIANZHI, ZengEighteen History Outlines; Juuhachi shiryaku, 十八史略 (じゅうはちしりゃく)Kagoshima: juuminamiuchi, 明治4 1871.Details: · Collation: Complete with all pages; 7 volumes · References: o Keio University, Japanese culture through rare books. o Eighteen Histories in Brief and its influence in Japan, Qiao Zhizhong o A Novel on the 18 History Outlines (小说十八史略), Chen Sunchen (是陈舜臣)· Language: Chinese, Japanese, Kanbun · Bindi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]

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