Ancient History of the Manchuria
Xlibris Corporation, 2013 - 532 من الصفحات
This is literally a new voice from the eastern end of the great wall, and an eye opening essay written by a retired physician, who has deep root in the Confucian culture. Interpretation of the ancient Chinese scriptures to modern languages had been tarnished by the Chinese Imperial court, and Confucian culture. Later historian used, and moved on to the next steps without any critical thinking. With this premises, Mosol starts to explore many issues around the Eastern End of the Great wall. He tackled all the disputed issues from the origin and analyzed in depth. The eye witnessed story about the major war conducted by Emperor Wu is the starting point of his essay. Many disputed subjects were discussed, and introduced. It is a "fresh look in academic sense" for others scholars. To get his message through to the others, he inserted lots of Chinese ideograms in the text.
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ancient scriptures Baekjae Beijing Bohai border Bukbuyeo Buyeo Buyue capital China proper Chinese character clear Confucian Confucius court Crown Prince Dangun Dangun Joseon described Donghu Duke east eastern barbarian eastern end Emperor Wu Empire family name feudal fortress Gija clan Gija Joseon Goguryeo grand historian historical records ideogram interpreted Kangxi Dictionary King Wu kingdom Korean history Korean Peninsula legendary Liao Liaodong Luan Manchuria Marquess military campaign northeastern northern barbarian noun ofYan Old Joseon original Pei Creek phonetics phrase political Qin Shi Huang region ritual service River scholars Shandong Province Shang dynasty Shang refugee Shi Huang Shiji Sima Qian story Tablet Stone Mountain Tang town tribal name tribes Wall western Zhou Wiman clan Wiman Joseon word Xianbei Xiongnu 列傳 匈奴 史記 扶餘 朝鮮 東夷 東胡 浿水 漢書 箕子 遼東