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《Journal of Tangshan Teachers College》 2010-03
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The Study on the Daughters' Rights to Possess and Arrange Their Parents' Property during the Period from Tang to Song Dynasty

WU Ke-yan1,WANG Cui-gai2 (1. Department of Basic Courses Teaching,Baoding University,Baoding 071000,China;2. Office of Scientific Research,Hebei University of Economics and Business,Shijiazhuang 050000,China)  
During Tang and Song Dynasty,the girls who have brothers can not inherit and possess property directly from their families. The daughters can only receive a few trousseau and property from their parents’ home. Nevertheless,the daughters have some ways to occupy and arrange property from their parents’ home:getting trousseau,letting someone marry into and live with their parents’ family,adopting nephew or grandson as their sons,making wills,and so on. Through these ways,the daughters who married can inherit a part of their parents’ property.
【Fund】: 河北省教育厅人文社科项目(S080510)
【CateGory Index】: K242;K244
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