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TitleTanglü shiwen 唐律釋文
Topic1. Code and commentaries
Historical periodAntique and Medieval period
AuthorBy Cishan shiye zi (Yuan dyn.), (元朝)此山貰冶子撰; reprint by Wang Shiyuan, 王世元重編
CollectionZhongguo lüxue wenxian 中國律學文獻
Place of publicationHeilongjiang renmin chubanshe 黑龍江人民出版社
Publication typeWoodblock

A commentary on the Tang Code, with focus on the pronunciations and explanations of individual words. It was authored by Cishan shiye zi (此山貰冶子) in the Yuan. Although allegedly composed of 30 juan, it is not big in size, with only one or two pages in some juan, which corresponds to the structure in the Tang Code. Like in Lü Yinyi, its predecessor of the same sort of commentary, the pronunciation of a chosen character is indicated by fanqie and homophone, and most parts of the commentaries deal with pronunciations, while other limited parts cover meanings of words and terms. (Wang Zhiqiang)

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