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LA BIBLIOTHÈQUE TOURNANTE EN CHINE: QUELQUES REMARQUES SUR SON RÔLE ET SON ÉVOLUTION 1

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"Shi Zhifu du monastère de Changlu à Zhenzhou fit ériger dans une haute salle un grand pivot et deux roues; entre les roues il abrita les boîtiers du canon en 5048 chapitres. La somme d'argent réunie se montait à 3 millions de pièces; l'ornementation d'argile et de bois laqués, de jade et d'or, est sublime. Les paroles restent impuissantes à la louer, ce n'est que par le regard qu'il est possible de l'appréhender."2

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