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Unformatted text preview: 05/06/2006 14:24:00 ← Chinese 252 Names & Terms ← Fri., Sept. 24, 2010 ← ← Names of States ← 1. Chén  : a small state loc. south of Sòng and north of Ch ; its rulers bore the surname ǔ Guī  ; they were said to descended from Shùn  ← 2. Shēn  : a tiny state loc. at a militarily strategic place near the conjunction of the borders of Zhōu, Zhèng and Ch . Its rulers were originally surnamed Jiāng ǔ ǔ [cf. W Jiāng in the story about ǔ Zhèng Zhuāng-gōng; she came from there] but the state was later absorbed and administered by Ch . Its ǔ Ch administrators were called “dukes,” gōng. ǔ ← 3. Wú  : a coastal state loc. in what is now southern Jiāngsū province; it was supposedly a Jī  surname state, the rulers of which were descended from the elder sons of the pre-dynastic Zhōu chieftain G gōng D nfù. The rulers of Wú, like those of Ch , were technically viscounts, chieftain G gōng D nfù....
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This note was uploaded on 12/17/2010 for the course CHIN 252 taught by Professor Henry during the Fall '07 term at UNC.
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