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Familia Hia

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Coniecturalis domus Xia locus.

Familia Hia[1] (Mandarinice 夏; pinyin Xià) est primus domus regnans in historiographia Sinica a maioribus tradita. Secundum traditionem, domus Xia a Yu Magno, imperatore legendario, constituta est, postquam Shun, ultimus ex tribus monarchis et quinque imperatoribus, regnum ei dedit.[2] Historiographia traditionalis docet domum Shang domui Xia successisse.

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  • Allan, Sarah (1991), The Shape of the Turtle: Myth, Art, and Cosmos in Early China, State University of New York Press, ISBN 978-0-7914-0459-1 
  • Allan, Sarah (2007), "Erlitou and the Formation of Chinese Civilization: Toward a New Paradigm", The Journal of Asian Studies 66 (2): 461–96 
  • Clark, Anthony E. 2008. Ban Gu's history of early China. Amherst Novi Eboraci: Cambria Press. ISBN 9781604975611. Res contentae.
  • Keightley, David. N. "The Shang: China's first historical dynasty." In Cambridge History of China, 232–91.
  • Lee, Yun Kuen (2002), "Building the chronology of early Chinese history", Asian Perspectives 41 (1): 15–42 
  • Lewis, Mark Edward (2012), The Flood Myths of Early China, SUNY Press, ISBN 978-0-7914-8222-3 
  • Li, Feng (2013), Early China: A Social and Cultural History, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 978-0-521-89552-1 
  • Liu, Li (2009), "Academic freedom, political correctness, and early civilisation in Chinese archaeology: the debate on Xia-Erlitou relations", Antiquity 83 (321): 831–43 
  • Liu, Li; Chen, Xingcan (2012), The Archaeology of China: From the Late Paleolithic to the Early Bronze Age, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 978-0-521-64310-8 
  • Liu, Li; Xu, Hong (2007), "Rethinking Erlitou: legend, history and Chinese archaeology", Antiquity 81 (314): 886–901 
  • Mair, Victor; Brooks, E. Bruce (2013), "Was There a Xià Dynasty?", Sino-Platonic Papers 238 
  • Mungello, David E. 2009. The Great Encounter of China and the West, 1500–1800. Ed. tertia. Rowman et Littlefield. ISBN 978-0-7425-5798-7.
  • Nylan, Michael (2001), The Five "Confucian" Classics, Yale University Press, ISBN 978-0-300-08185-5 
  • Wang, Haicheng (2014), Writing and the Ancient State: Early China in Comparative Perspective, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 978-1-107-78587-8 

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