New Information from an Old Tomb: Reading the Guodian Bamboo Slips

Contemporary Chinese Thought 32 (1):43-49 (2000)
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In October 1993, a cache of bamboo slips written in the Chu script was excavated from a Warring States period tomb in the village of Guodian in the city of Jingmen in the province of Hubei. After separation and arrangement by experts, the photo plates of the Chu slips and their annotations were published this May by Wenwu Press in the book called Guodian Chu mu zhujian.



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