The Lushi (Chinese: 路史; lit. 'Grand History') is an unofficial history of China written by Southern Song Dynasty scholar Luo Mi (罗泌; 1131–1203), with key assistance from his son Luo Ping (罗苹). As Lushi mixes historical facts with legends and folklore, its reliability has been disputed by historians. However, it is a valuable work for the study of ancient Chinese mythology. The extant version of Lushi was assembled by the later scholars based on Luo's work.
|Country||Southern Song Dynasty China|
|Subject||Chinese history and mythology|