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《Southeast Culture》 2016-01
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An Analysis on the State Origin and Dating of the No.5 Tomb at Xianrentai Cemetery in Changqing,shandong

ZHANG Zhi-peng;School of History of Wuhan University;  
The occupant of the No.5 tomb of Chiangqing's Xianrentian cemetery is believed to be a lady called Jiangshou,daughter of Official Dian of the city of Shi under the Qi State in the late Spring and Autumn period. Jiangshou was expelled from her husband's family and was buried in her parents' family cemetery after death. It is argued that the Shi of Changqing was not the one that was overthrown by the Lu State;the dating of the Xianrentai cemetery shall not be distracted by the event of the Luoverthrowing the Shi that took place in 560 BC.
【Fund】: 国家社科基金重大项目“商周金文字词集注与释译”(13&ZD130) 国家社科基金重大项目“周代汉淮地区列国青铜器和历史、地理综合整理与研究”(15ZDB032);; 河南省哲学社会科学规划项目“淮河流域商周古国有铭铜器整理与研究”(2015BLS012)阶段性成果
【CateGory Index】: K878.8
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