9.16 Name Aid

9.16 Name Aid - Chinese 252 Names Terms Fri Sept 16 2011 1...

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Fri., Sept. 16, 2011 1 . gōng duke (highest) hóu - marquis - count z ǐ - viscount nán - baron eg: [state] + [last name, first] = Lord [name] of [state] Song Xiang-gong = Lord Xiang of Song 2. Sòng Xiāng-gōng 公公公 (Lord Xiāng of Sòng; a.k.a. Prince Z ǐ Fù 公公) 2 nd hegemon – 650-637 BC Least successful of the hegemons – remembered only for his mistakes Conference on banks of river Huai (SE China) o Ceng came late, got sacrificed to East Yi’s river god to bring them to ‘brotherhood’ didn’t work Rulers of North think he’s crazy 2 nd conference o Abducted and held hostage by Chu ransomed back Forces of Chu invaded Song, = 6. battle of Hóng Shu ǐ 公公 (battle by the Hóng River) o Song tried to observe ancient rules of chivalry 3. Gōngz Mù-yí ǐ 公公公公 (Prince Mù Yí; a.k.a. Gōngz ǐ Yú 公公公 Urged Song to attack who wouldn’t bc of chivalry Why include him as a hegemon? o Present at creation of hegemony
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o Tried very hard to be a hegemon, ways he failed to gain stature, helped clarify nature of institution
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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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9.16 Name Aid - Chinese 252 Names Terms Fri Sept 16 2011 1...

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