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《China Historical Materials of Science and Technology》 1992-01
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WHETHER OR NOT THE TERM SHAO JIU IN DOCUMENTS OF THE TANG-SONG PERIOD MEANS DISTILLED SPIRIT

Li Bin  
On the basis of a new analysis of the meaning of Such terms as shao jiu and shao chun in documents of the Tang and Song Dynasties in the light of a newly-unearthed wine-heater of the last years of the Northern Song Dynasty,this paper concludes that these terms can not be taken as an evidence for the existence of distilled spirit in that age and that the terms huo po and ji shao were merely used to indicate a method of low temperature sterilization similar to pasteurization.
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