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documentTypeBook
TitleLüyin yi 律音義
Topic1. Code and commentaries
Historical periodAntique and Medieval period
CountryChinese
AuthorBy Sun shi, 孫奭
CollectionZhongguo lüxue wenxian 中國律學文獻
Volume1
Place of publicationHeilongjiang renmin chubanshe 黑龍江人民出版社
Publication typeWoodblock
Abstract

A Commentary on the Tang Code, with focus on the pronunciations and explanations of individual words. It was authored by Sun Shi (孫奭) in the Song. The pronunciation of a chosen character is indicated by fanqie (a traditional method by grouping two widely known Chinese characters, and combining the consonant of the first one with the vowel and tune of the second) and, occasionally, homophone. With most parts dealing with pronunciations, it has only limited explanations of the meanings of words, but almost without jurisprudential commentaries. (Wang Zhiqiang)

SubjectLaw
LanguageChinese
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