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English: Strip no. 22 of Kǒngzǐ Shīlùn 《孔子詩論》, a discussion of the Shi Jing (Classic of Poetry, The Odes or Book of Odes). The text, reading downwards and from right to left (with punctuation and damaged characters added) is:




(including quotations from Odes 136: 宛丘 Wǎn Qiū, 106: 猗嗟 Yī Jiē, 152: 鴟鴞 Chī Xiāo and 235: 文王 Wén Wáng.)

A Chinese manuscript written with brush on bamboo strips, dating from the Warring States Period (475–221 BC), held by the Shanghai Museum.
中文: 《孔子詩論》簡22:“…之。《宛丘》曰:‘詢又情,而亡望’,吾善之。《於差》曰:‘四矢弁,㠯御亂’,吾憙之。《𡰥鳩》曰:‘丌義一氏,心女結也’,吾信之。《文王》[曰:‘文]王才上,於卲于天’,吾𡵂之。”
Author Shanghai Museum

This is a 2D manuscript discussed in Commons:Village_pump in October 1, 2010. Commons:Village pump/Archive/2010/10#Can I update a image of cultural relic?


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