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1. Cup in the Shape of a Lotus Leaf
(Matching tags: Sung dynasty,jades,vessel,Ming dynasty,National Palace Museum)
With the exception of the base, where the original yellowish-green color can be made out in places .....
2. Literary Collection of Liu Ping-ko
(Matching tags: Sung dynasty,rare books,National Palace Museum)
Liu Yü-hsi (style name Meng-te), is also known as Ping-k’o and came from Chung-shan. He was a poet of the T'ang dynasty (618-907) whose literary collection was compiled into 40 chüan ......
3. Six Writings by Master K'ung
(Matching tags: Sung dynasty,rare books,National Palace Museum)
Confucius is one of the most venerated figures in the history of China, and his descendants have been respected ever since. When the Northern Sung fell in 1126 and the government fled south, ......  ...
4. Literary Collection of Nan-hsüan
(Matching tags: Sung dynasty,rare books,National Palace Museum)
Nan-hsüan was the sobriquet of Chang Shih, a native of Szechwan. The famous Neo-Confucianist Chu Hsi (1130-1200) praised Chang in his eulogy for his character and erudition, ......
5. Illustrated Text of the Hsüan-ho Emissary to Korea
(Matching tags: Sung dynasty,rare books,National Palace Museum)
Geographical and travel texts have a long history in China, extending as far back as the Shang and Chou dynasties (17th-3rd c. BC), when specific officials dealt with compiling and organizing geographical ...
6. Erh-ya
(Matching tags: Sung dynasty,rare books,National Palace Museum)
The “Erh-ya” is an ancient text devoted to philology, but the identity of the author(s) still remains unclear today. As to the age of the text, the Ch'ing (1644-1911) editors of the Ssu-k'u ...
7. Literary Collection of Fan Wen-cheng
(Matching tags: Sung dynasty,rare books,National Palace Museum)
Fan Chung-yen (style name Hsi-wen), also known as Fan Wen-cheng, was a native of Wu-hsien, Kiangsu province. Left fatherless when still an infant, he went on to become a diligent student ......
8. New Imprint of the Grand and Illuminous Explication of Huai-nan-tzu
(Matching tags: Sung dynasty,rare books,National Palace Museum)
The book "Huai-nan-tzu" was written in the Western Han (206 BC-9 AD) under Liu An, a member of the imperial clan. According to the literary section of "The Book of Han", ......
9. Principal Meaning to The Book of Etiquette and Ceremony
(Matching tags: Sung dynasty,rare books,National Palace Museum)
Wei Liao-weng received his Presented Scholar (chin-shih) civil service degree in 1199 and went on to serve as an official in the Southern Sung (1127-1279). ......  ...
10. Anthology of Works by Master Hui-an
(Matching tags: Sung dynasty,rare books,National Palace Museum)
This Sung edition of the “Anthology of Works by Master Hui-an” includes the official Chekiang edition published during the reign of Emperor Ning-tsung (1195-1223) as compiled by a Mr. Ch'ü  ...
11. Memoirs of Master Chao-te's Readings in the Chün Studio
(Matching tags: Sung dynasty,rare books,National Palace Museum)
Chao Kung-wu, a native of Shantung, resided in the Chao-te ward of the capital K'ai-feng (Pien-liang)--hence his name "Mr. Chao-te" as indicated in the title of this book.  ......
12. Commentaries on the Rites of Chou
(Matching tags: Sung dynasty,rare books,National Palace Museum)
In China, woodblock editions of the traditional Classics were made as early as the Five Dynasties (907-960). They were carved into wood based on engraved stone Classics of the T'ang dynasty  ...... ...
13. New Revised Imprint of Tu Fu's Poetry with Annotations
(Matching tags: Sung dynasty,rare books,National Palace Museum)
Tu Fu (712-770) was one of the greatest poets in Chinese history. Witnessing the An Lu-shan rebellion and the restoration of imperial rule in the mid-8th century, ......
14. Exegeses on the Book of Mencius
(Matching tags: Sung dynasty,rare books,National Palace Museum)
The traditional study of the Classics is one of the fountainheads of Chinese culture. A large number of notes and commentaries has been left by many talented scholars over the ages. ......
15. Letter to Officer-Gentleman Tu
(Matching tags: Sung dynasty,National Palace Museum,calligraphy)
Ts'ai Hsiang, a native of Hsien-yu in Hsing-hua (modern Hsien-yu, Fukien), went by the style name Chün-mo. A Presented Scholar of 1030, he served in government and was renowned for his straightforward ...
16. The Cold Food Observance
(Matching tags: Sung dynasty,National Palace Museum,calligraphy)
Su Shih, a native of Szechwan, is probably best known by his sobriquet, Tung-p'o. A bold personality and direct scholar-official, he was accused of literary slander and banished from the capital. ...... ...
17. Poem
(Matching tags: Sung dynasty,National Palace Museum,calligraphy)
The common name for Emperor Hui-tsung was Chao Chi. Reigning as the eighth emperor of the Sung dynasty from 1101 to 1125, Hui-tsung was known for his extravagant lifestyle, ......  ...
18. Poem in Seven-character Verse
(Matching tags: Sung dynasty,National Palace Museum,calligraphy)
Huang T'ing-chien (style name Lu-chih; sobriquet Fu-weng) was a native of Fen-ning, Kiangsi. At the age of 23, he received his Presented Scholar (chin-shih) civil service degree.  ......
19. Immortal in Splashed Ink
(Matching tags: Sung dynasty,painting,National Palace Museum)
Liang K'ai excelled at painting figures, landscapes, Buddhist and Taoist subjects, as well as spirits and deities. He learned painting from Chia Shih-ku (fl. mid-12th c.), .......
20. Egrets on a Snowy Bank
(Matching tags: Sung dynasty,painting,National Palace Museum)
Ma Yüan (style name Ch'in-shan) was from a family native to Ho-chung, Shansi, but which later moved to Hangchow, the capital of the Southern Sung.  ......  ...
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