A Brief Study on the Words From the Northwest China Garrison Han Dynasty Bamboo Slips

Lihua GUO, Xiancheng ZHANG

Abstract


Northwest China garrison Han Dynasty bamboo slips refer to the bamboo slips left over by Han Dynasty in the northwest China borderland. Up to now, the discovered materials include Juyan Han Dynasty bamboo slips, Juyan new bamboo slips, Ejina Han Dynasty bamboo slips, Dunhuang Han Dynasty bamboo slips, Dunhuang Xuanquan Han Dynasty bamboo slips, and Jianshui Jinguan Han Dynasty bamboo slips. These bamboo slips are mostly documentary archives, which as the sources of Han Dynasty, are very precious. Scholars have studied these archives from different perspectives. Here we will gather from the academic achievements on the words from the northwest China garrison Han Dynasty bamboo slips, and make an exploration from two aspects: papers and books.


Keywords


Documentary words; Garrison Han dynasty bamboo slips; Northwest China

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