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|Title:||《全宋文》所收碑銘之宋初內臣史料初考 = A preliminary study of the source materials of the early Northern Sung eunuchs from the stone inscriptions compiled in the Complete Sung Prose|
|Authors:||Ho, Koon-wan (何冠環)|
|Subjects:||Complete Sung Prose|
Emperor Sung T'ai-tsung
Emperor Sung Chen-tsung
Emperor Sung Jen-tsung
|Publisher:||東吳大學 = Soochow University|
|Source:||東吳歷史學報 = Soochow journal of history, June 2004, no. 11, p. 29-58.|
This article provides with scholars of Song studies the supplementary source materials on early Northern Sung eunuchs. These source materials are basically extracted from the stone inscription that have been recently compiled in the canonical work Complete Sung Prose (vol.1 to 8). In this article, the accounts of twenty-six eunuchs prevailed in early Northern Sung Dynasty were examined. Some of the eunuchs mentioned in the article were high-ranking and possessed great influence in court politics, some were merely struggling at the bottom of the hierarchy and never know by historians. The article would undoubtedly enrich our understandings of the Northern Sung eunuchs at all aspects.
|Rights:||©東吳歷史學報 2004, 出版社授權使用|
|Appears in Collections:||CC Journal/Magazine Articles|
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