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廣地南部永元五年至七年官兵釜磑月言及四時簿
廣地南部永元五年至七年官兵釜磑月言及四時簿
廣地南部永元五年至七年官兵釜磑月言及四時簿
廣地南部永元五年至七年官兵釜磑月言及四時簿
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Monthly and Seasonal Records of Military Supplies from the Kuang-ti South Platoon in the Yung-yüan Era

This is the best-preserved and most complete wooden slip text extant, with the wooden pieces, strings, and ink all mostly intact. The slips are made with four lengths of strings and seventy-seven wooden slips. Other than two blank slips, the rest of the slips show five monthly and seasonal reports about the number and condition of the pots, mortars, crossbows, arrows, and other equipment of the two beacon stations --the P'o-hu and Ch'ien-shang beacon stations-- belonging to the Kuang-ti South Platoon. This set of wooden slips not only allows us to understand how the Han made wooden texts, but also what kind of equipment was available at the border and how it was regularly checked.


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Item No.
128.1
Dimensions
Length 23.8 cm, width 91.0 cm
Excavated/Findspot
Site: A27 Tsakhortei, Edsen-gol, Inner Mongolia
Materials
Materials: Wood
Notes
國家寶藏館

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