9.12 - 9.14 Name Aid

9.12 - 9.14 Name Aid - Chinese 252 Names & Terms Mon. Wed.,...

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Mon. – Wed., Sept. 12-14, 2011 I. The w bà ǔ 五五 or w bó ǔ 五五: The Five Hegemons (or overlords, or alliance-chiefs) 1. Qí Huángōng 五五五 (Lord Huán of Qí; r. 684–643) 2. Sòng Xiānggōng 五五五 (Lord Xiāng of Sòng; 650–637) 3. Jìn Wéngōng 五五五 (Lord Wén of Jìn; a.k.a. Prince Chóng’ěr 五五, “Double- ears”; r. 635–628) 4. Qín Mùgōng 五五五 (Lord Mù of Qín; r. 659–621) 5. Chŭ Zhuāngwáng 五五五 (King Zhuāng of Ch ; r. 613–591) ǔ [for chronological comparison: the dates of K ngz (Confucius) are: 551–479] ǒ ǐ Some lists consist of #1, #3 and #5 above, plus the following two figures: 6. King Hél ǘ 五五 of Wú ; r. 514–496 7. King Gōu Jiàn 五五 of Yuè ; r. 497–after 474 II. Names Pertaining to the Tale of Qí Huángōng 8. Prince Zhū’ér 五五, later known as Qí Xiānggōng 五五五 (r. 697–685) 9. Wén Jiāng 五五
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This note was uploaded on 02/13/2012 for the course CHIN 252 taught by Professor Henry during the Fall '07 term at UNC.

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9.12 - 9.14 Name Aid - Chinese 252 Names & Terms Mon. Wed.,...

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