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FREE READ Õ Accounts of Western Nations in the History of the Northern Chou Dynasty Linghu Defen ñ 9 FREE READ DOWNLOAD Accounts of Western Nations in the History of the Northern Chou Dynasty EstThe present translation of a brief section of this corpus is from the latter half of the section on foreign countries from chiüan chapter 50 of the Chou shu the History of the Northern Chou Dynasty A D 557 581 compiled by Ling hu Te fen 583 666 and others and presented to the throne in 636 The chapter begins with two long accounts of the Eastern Turks T'u chüeh and the T'u yü hun; these are not translated here There follows a systematic description of the countries to the west in the order of their distance from the Chinese capital at Ch'a. Elvásik A Veres Csillag present translation of a brief section of this corpus is from the latter half of the section on foreign countries from chiüan chapter 50 of the Chou shu the History of the Northern Chou Dynasty A D 557 581 compiled by Ling hu Te fen 583 666 and others and Mae West I'm No Angel presented to the throne in 636 The chapter begins with two long accounts of the Eastern Turks T'u chüeh and the T'u yü hun; these are not translated here There follows a systematic description of the countries to the west in the order of their distance from the Chinese capital at Ch'a.

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FREE READ Õ Accounts of Western Nations in the History of the Northern Chou Dynasty Linghu Defen ñ 9 FREE READ DOWNLOAD Accounts of Western Nations in the History of the Northern Chou Dynasty F the world was in any way typical of the Chinese during the greater part of their history The Chinese scholar to whom a foreigner was a barbarian was never amazed to find that barbarians act barbarously but he was hardly ever on this account reckless enough to presume that this allowed him the luxury of ignoring them In the sections on foreign countries in the dynastic histories traditional Chinese historiography produced what is surely the most remarkable corpus of such information that has been handed down to us from either antiuity east or w. Pale Rose of England part of their history The Chinese scholar to whom a foreigner was a barbarian was never amazed to find that barbarians act barbarously but he was hardly ever on this account reckless enough to Genetics presume that this allowed him the luxury of ignoring them In the sections on foreign countries in the dynastic histories traditional Chinese historiography Elvásik A Veres Csillag produced what is surely the most remarkable corpus of such information that has been handed down to us from either antiuity east or w.

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FREE READ Õ Accounts of Western Nations in the History of the Northern Chou Dynasty Linghu Defen ñ 9 FREE READ DOWNLOAD Accounts of Western Nations in the History of the Northern Chou Dynasty The conventional characterization of the Chinese civilization as thoroughly disdainful of foreigners and foreign countries may perhaps have its elements of truth but like all national stereotypes it obscures far than it reveals It is true that the Chinese culture like the Greek was by and large self sufficient and self satisfied both here in a good sense but it would be folly to attempt to maintain that it was not almost constantly subjected to important contacts with other civilizations or that an attitude of studied ignorance toward the rest o. Elvásik A Veres Csillag perhaps have its elements of truth but like all national stereotypes it obscures far than it reveals It is true that the Chinese culture like the Greek was by and large self sufficient and self satisfied both here in a good sense but it would be folly to attempt to maintain that it was not almost constantly subjected to important contacts with other civilizations or that an attitude of studied ignorance toward the rest o.

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