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A Study on the Location of the Juyan Post in the Han Dynasty-Focusing on E.P.T 59:582

GAO Qi'an;SHEN Weixian;Lanzhou University of Finance and Economics;Jingtai County Museum;  
The "Juyan post" mentioned in E.P.T59:582,a bamboo slip about the boundary of Juyan,is considered to be near Sangdaochong or Baicishui of Sitan Village in Jingtai County.However,another Han dynasty site "Laopozishui" is situated on a large east-west thoroughfare.Both Laopozishui and Baicishui are at a similar distance from the site of Han dynasty Aowei city and at the same distance from another Han dynasty site.Therefore,this should be the exact place of "Juyan post." People who wanted to cross the Wulan River would pass by the Baidunzi Salt Lake,a lake that in the Han dynasty might have been called Juyan Lake.When Han dynasty general He Qubing went west to "help Juyan" in the second year of the Yuanshou era,he should have traveled to Juyan by crossing the Wulan River so as to carry out a long-distance raid.
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