9.9 Name Aid

9.9 Name Aid - tributaries. It posed a military threat to...

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Fri. Sept. 9, 2011 I. Names of Spring and Autumn Period States 1. Zhōu (the royal domain; loc. present-day Luòyáng 周周 ) 2. Zhèng (just east of Zhōu) 3. Jìn (north of Zhōu, on opposite side of Yellow River) 4. Qín (in the far west, capital on the Wèi river, a big tributary of the Yellow River) 5. Qí (an eastern state; loc. modern Shāndōng province; its rulers were descendants of Jiāng Tàigōng) 6. Lŭ (a small but influential state loc. south of Qí; its rulers were descendants of Zhōugōng; this was to be the native state of K ngz [Confucius]; 551-479 BCE) ǒ ǐ 7. Wèi (loc. west of Qí and Lŭ; famous for the depravity of certain rulers) 8. Sòng (loc. east of Zhèng and south of Lŭ; its rulers were descendants of the Shāng dynasty kings) 9. Ch ǔ (an enormous state loc. south of all the others, lying along the Yángz River and its
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Unformatted text preview: tributaries. It posed a military threat to the central states, and was disdained by those states as being not fully civilized.) 10. Chn (a small state wedged between Zhng and Sng to the north and Ch 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. Rng (in the west) 13. Y (in the east) 12. D (in the north) 14. Mn (in the south) III. Names of Personages 15. Zhng W -gng (Lord W of Zhng) 16. W Jing (the name means: the lady of the clan of Jing who was the consort of Zhng W -gng) 17. Zhng Zhung-gng , a.k.a. Wshng (backward-born, etc.) 18. Dun , a.k.a. Gngsh Dun and Tish Dun 19. Y ng K o Sh...
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