Historia Han posterioris

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Initium libri manu scripti Hou Hanshu

Hòuhàn Shū vel Sinice 後漢書 (scilicet "Historia Han posterioris") est opus historicum Sinarum de regno Han (ab anno 6 usque ad 189 p.C.n.). Confectus est saeculo V a Fan Ye aliisque e fontibus anterioribus hodie maxima parte deperditis. Inter historias viginti quattuor enumeratur. In hoc opere longissimo comprehenditur "Tractatus de regionibus occidentalibus" e commentario a Ban Yong anno circiter 125 conscripto.

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  • Édouard Chavannes, "Trois généraux chinois de la dynastie des Han orientaux: Pan Tch'ao (32-102 p.C.); son fils Pan Yong; Leang K'in (112 p.C.): chapitre LXXVII du Heou Han chou" in T'oung pao vol. 7 (1906). pp. 210–269 Textus apud archive.org
  • Édouard Chavannes, "Les pays d'occident d'après le Heou Han chou" in T'oung pao vol. 8 (1907) pp. 149-244
  • John E. Hill, Through the Jade Gate to Rome: A Study of the Silk Routes during the Later Han Dynasty, First to Second Centuries CE: An annotated translation of the Chronicle on the ‘Western Regions’ from the Hou Hanshu. BookSurge, 2009. ISBN 978-1-4392-2134-1
  • Yu Taishan, A History of the Relationships between the Western and Eastern Han, Wei, Jin, Northern and Southern Dynasties and the Western Regions (Sino-Platonic Papers, 131). College Park: Dept of East Asian Languages and Civilizations, University of Pennsylvania, 2004 De hoc libro

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