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An Early Chinese Calendar Chart: Kuan-Tzu, Iii, 8 (Yu Kuan ? ?) 1)

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The Kuan-tzu is a collection of essays dating roughly from the fourth to the second century B.C. They were edited in their present form by Liu Hsiang about 26 B.C. This essay is composed of a seasonal calendar coupled with a treatise on military strategy. The arrangement of the text indicates it once formed the content of an early calendar chart.

Affiliations: 1: University of Pennsylvania


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