Unformatted text preview: ǐ tributaries. It posed a military threat to the central states, and was disdained by those states as being not fully civilized.) 10. Chén h (a small state wedged between Zhèng and Sòng to the north and Chŭ to the south) (for the locations of these states, and the non-Chinese peoples noted below, please consult the map on p. 67 of the coursepak.) II. Names of Non-Chinese Peoples 11. Róng h (in the west) 13. Yí h (in the east) 12. Dí h (in the north) 14. Mán h (in the south) III. Names of Personages 15. Zhèng W -gōng ǔ ǐ (Lord Wŭ of Zhèng) 16. W Jiāng ǔ ǐ (the name means: “the lady of the clan of Jiāng who was the consort of Zhèng W -gōng) ǔ 17. Zhèng Zhuāng-gōng h , a.k.a. Wùshēng h (“backward-born,” etc.) 18. Duàn h, a.k.a. Gōngshú Duàn h and Tàishú Duàn h 19. Y ng K o Shú ǐ ǎ ǐ...
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- Chinese, Southern United States, History of China, Yellow River, Spring and Autumn Period, loc. present-day Luòyáng, Autumn Period States