Mensualia ordinum quattuor populi praecepta

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Mensualia ordinum quattuor populi praecepta (titulo Sinico 四民月令, pinyin Sìmín yuèlìng) est calendarium rerum rusticarum Sinice medio saeculo II scriptum, auctore Cui Shi (qui olim mercator vini, mox gubernator provinciarum Wuyuan et Liaodong, denuo minister imperatori Han Huandi erat). Huius operis iamdudum deperditi fragmenta in Qimin yaoshu aliisque scriptis recentioribus servantur.

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  • Francesca Bray, Science and Civilisation in China: Volume 6, Biology and Biological Technology, Part 2, Agriculture (Cantabrigiae: Cambridge University Press, 1984) pp. 47-93 (Paginae selectae apud Google Books)
  • Patricia Buckley Ebrey, "Estate and Family Management in the Later Han as seen in the Monthly Instructions for the Four Classes of People" in Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient vol. 17 (1974) pp. 173-205
  • Miao Qiyu, Simin yueling jishi [editio et explicatio] (Taipeiae: Nongye Chubanshe, 1981)
  • Moriya Mitsuo, Chūgoku kosaijiki no kenkyū [Historia calendariorum antiquorum Sinensium] (Tokii: Teikoku Shoin, 1963)
  • Shi Shenghan, Simin yueling jiaozhu [editio notis instructa] (Pechini: Zhonghua shuju, 1965)

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