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Unformatted text preview: Chinese 252 Names & Terms Fri. Sept. 10, 2010 Sep-october :relation between all these states Remember: the geographic location relative to each other P67, special things happened to them, the name of state I. Names of Spring and Autumn Period States 1. Zhōu h (the royal domain; loc. present-day Luòyáng h ) 2. Zhèng h (just east of Zhōu) 3. Jìn h (north of Zhōu, on opposite side of Yellow River) 4. Qín h (in the far west, capital on the Wèi h river, a big tributary of the Yellow River) 5. Qí h (an eastern state; loc. modern Shāndōng province; its rulers were descendants of Jiāng Tàigōng) 6. Lŭ h (a small but influential state loc. south of Qí; its rulers were descendants of Zhōugōng; this was to be the native state of Kǒngzǐ [Confucius]; 551-479 BCE) 7. Wèi h (loc. west of Qí and Lŭ; famous for the depravity of certain rulers) 8. Sòng h (loc. east of Zhèng and south of Lŭ; its rulers were descendants of the Shāng dynasty kings) 9. Chǔ ǐ (an enormous state loc. south of all the others, lying along the Yángzǐ River and its 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 coursepack.) II. Names of Non-Chinese Peoples 11. Róng h (in the westh ) 12. Dí h (in the northh ) 13. Yí h (in the easth ) 14. Mán h (in the southh ) III. Names of Personages (h ·h ) Ðiþ 9 ïiþ 9 ˆs n ¸ª Z Ðiþ 9 743j Kiþ 9 Ðiþ 9 h ƒ^ g —o ō ˆ s n¸ªZ p g “¸ ª Z ˆ sn ¸ªZ Fu n ¸ª Z p k þ9“ 4 F h ÿ iþ 9 ðiþ D Ì ç “ 6+ ò ”Z ¸ ª Z“ Õ ¬ Ç d 4 `i þ D 3 h h -ÄZ ¸ h à i þ9 “ Ì • iþ 9 ç“oō ” 757p g m ¸ ª Z ˆs n ¸ ª* • Fu n ¸ª Z ˆ sn ¸ ª* o • f 2 754 744h h gÄZ¸ªZ pkþ9 ˆsn¸ ª Z gÄZ¸ ª Z h ømŒ¹ ª Z Ðiþ9 ” gÄZ¸ ªZ ” 9 9 Y I ƒ ^ g— oō ƒ ^ g— oō p p þ9 þ9 15. Zhèng Wǔ-gōng ǐ (Lord Wŭ of Zhèng) Ruler of zheng. Have a consort named Wujiang. The rule of male and female’s name is different. The first name of male is the most important character. However, female’s name is the opposite. 16. Wǔ Jiāng ǐ (the name means: “the lady of the clan of Jiāng who was the consort of Zhèng Wǔ-gōng) 17. Zhèng Zhuāng-gōng h , a.k.a. Wùshēng h (“backward-born,” etc.) 18. Duàn h , a.k.a. Gōngshú Duàn h 19. Yǐng Kǎo Shú ǐ ˆ s n ¸ ªZ ˆ s n ¸ª Z 3 ˆ s n ¸ ªZ ˆ s n ¸ “Z ”Y x æ Ï º ªZ "p g m ¸ ª Z F u n ¸ª Z and Tàishú Duàn h Ì Ì 2 ç “o ō ç “o ō ” "h e e “ i i “h ” ” 2Ÿ ° á ¥ ä “o ō .) ZuoZhuan: the oldest the narrative book in china. Public events of rulers. abadon baby: center of concernh want the disaster not happen. People believe that the abnormal birth of the baby is unlucky, so abandoning baby is concerned doing good in the acient china. the reason why zhengzhuanggong allows his brother growing strong: (1)comply with “Jiang”h 2h ghost, spirit should be at his side. (3) concern about people's opinion on him and wants to people at his side. (1)“x æ Ï º ª Z 'h (2)public image: correct rutal relation with the ghost, spirit. n matters the opinion about Zuhuang Gong from other state's rulers h function of music: chanel feeling into an acceptable course. not only ...
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