2 edition of Chü-lu found in the catalog.
Margaret Carney Xie
in Ann Arbor, Mich
Written in English
|Statement||Margaret Carney Xie.|
|LC Classifications||NK4166 .T95X53 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 430 p. :|
|Number of Pages||430|
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On the way out I bought a book, Die Goldene Äpfel, a history of citrus fruits edited by Carsten Schirarend and Marina Heilmeyer. I discovered that books had been written about citrus fruits as far back as when the Governor of Wenchou City in China, Chü-lu book Yen-Chih, published Chü Lu.
The Kumquat is thought to have originated in central China and has been cultivated there since ancient times. Two types of kumquats are described in the oldest known book about oranges, ‘Chü lu’ ( A.D.) by Han Yen-Chih.
Today they are cultivated in China and Japan and throughout the subtropical citrus belt, including California. The oldest work dedicated to the cultivation of citrus fruits is Chü-lu book book entitled “Kiu lu” (or “Chü lu”), written by Han Y en-chih in W Chü-lu book, in It is a complete work in.
Before long, the great chief Chü-lu mo-ho, together with the Kirghiz, brought togethercavalry and attacked the Uighur fortresses, killed the khaghan, executed Chüeh-lo-wu and set fire to their royal camp . All the tribes were scattered.
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as a rootstock occurs in the oldest known book on the orange, Chü Lu (Yen-Chih ). And in China, particularly, dried fruits of trifoliate orange have many medicinal uses (Duke & Ayensu ; PFAF ).
Perhaps because of its uses in medicine and as a grafting File Size: KB. The King of Chao was besieged by the Ch'in forces at Chü-lu in central Hopei and sent to Ch'u for rescue. At that time two projects required the urgent attention of Ch'u: the raising of the siege at Chü-lu and the carrying of the war to the capital of the dynasty at Hsien-yang, in Kuan-chung.
Later he studied the Book of Odes with Fou-ch. Section 4 – The three main overland routes to the Western Regions.
Xiyu 西域 [Hsi-yü] translates literally as “the Western Regions.”This term is used sometimes to refer all the countries to the west of China, but often refers specifically to the countries of the Tarim Basin, as in this passage from the Hanshu, chap.
96A: “Communications with the Western Regions started only in. 53 Chang Han 章邯. 3rd cent. B.C. A famous general under the Ch'in B.C. he defeated Hsiang Liang in a terrible encounter at 定陶 Ting-t'ao, in which the latter was slain.
While laying siege to Chü-lu, the city was relieved by Hsiang Chi, who inflicted such serious reverses upon his army as to call forth the displeasure of the "Second Emperor," at that time completely under.
Other white wares made elsewhere during the period include those of Tz'u-chou and a variety covered with a white slip over a grayish body from Chü-lu Hsien (both in present Hopeh Province).
The celadons of Lung-ch'an are, perhaps, the most common of the classic Sung wares. HAN YEN-CHIH'S CHÜ LU (MONOGRAPH ON THE ORANGES OF WÊN-CHOU, CHEKIANG). TRANSLATED BY MICHAEL J. HAGERTY, WITII INTRODUCTION BY PAUL PELLIOT.
INTRODUCTION. Si on excepte le 1t?. Tclaou p'ou ou des ?ous, qui doit 6tre du IV" ou du Ve si6cle, et le Tclc`a Icing ou Livre dit t7ce l'édigé par Lou Yu dans la seconde moitie du VIne siecle. 36 Chang Chio 張角. 2nd cent. A.D. A native of Chü-lu in Chihli, to whom may be ascribed the ultimate fall of the Han A.D.he and a band of adherents estimated atthrew off their allegiance on one and the same day.
(pre BC), where citron and lemon are referred to as jambhila in the book, White Y ahir-venda. Tw enty seven varieties of mandarins are described in Chü lu ( AD), one of the oldest.
lection of verses was called Fa-chü-lu However, in accordance with the original meaning of the work the name Ch'u-yao (ļļjfll) is given to it." The preface mentions 33 chapters whereas in reality there are 34 chapters. The reason seems to be that two chapters of the same name are counted as one chapter The King of Chao was besieged by the Ch'in forces at Chü-lu in central Hopei and sent to Ch'u for rescue.
At that time two projects required the urgent attention of Ch'u: the raising of the siege at Chü-lu and the carrying of the war to the capital of the dynasty at Hsien-yang, in Kuan-chung.
The Book of Odes, I, xii, x, 1 (Legge, p. • Chü-lu-ts’ui-lüeh: a place where fighting and fire alternate to punish the dead for billion years. • Sang-chü-tu: a place where inhabitants vacillate between fire and crushing mountains for billion years. • Lou-ni-li: a red hot hell where people are burned or boiled for 1, billion years.
8 Michael J. Hagerty, "Han Yen-chih's Chü lu (Monograph on the oranges of Wenchou, Chekiang) ", Toung Pao, Second Series, (). 9 See Han Yanzhi, Ju lu Jingyin Wenyuange Siku quanshu M (Taipei: Taiwan Shangwu yinshuguan ), vol. yjuan shang ĶJ^y f. 3a, p.
The ancient writings secured then or at other times included some 39 chapters of the lost Book of Rites (i.e., part of the present Chou-li), and 16 chapters of the Book of History.
As a good Confucian, who esteemed everything that came from the ancient Chou period, Liu Hsin was deeply impressed, especially by the Tso-chuan.
Han Yen-Chih's Chü Lu By: Michael J. Hagerty and Paul Pelliot Pages: 63–. Lemon Tree Medicinal Uses By Liliana Usvat Blog and mandarin oranges are described in detail in China by the medieval period attested by Han Yen-chih’s Chü lu.
The lemon was also known to Rome from its plantings in Pompeii. Forests and Trees- Book for Sale (1) Forests and Water in Peru (1) Forests and Watersheds (1) Author: Liliana Usvat. Abstract. Moster introduces the etrog by describing the sights and scents of an etrog market just before the holiday of Sukkot (Tabernacles).
After relating his particular interest in the fruit, which is also known as the citron or Citrus medica, Moster explains the etrog’s importance to Jews in both the ancient and modern next outlines the contents of the book and situates his.Full text of "Mitteilungen des Seminars für Orientalische Sprachen an der Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität zu Berlin" See other formats.