Wang Dayuan

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Wang Dayuan seu litteris Sinicis 汪大渊, qui annis 1328-1349 floruit, fuit peregrinator Sinensis et praefectus mercatuum in urbe Quanzhou provinciae hodiernae Fujian. Auctor fuit operis de geographia et ethnographia, titulo Daoyi Zhilüe.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Roderich Ptak, "From Quanzhou to the Sulu Zone and beyond: Questions Related to the Early Fourteenth Century" in Journal of Southeast Asian Studies vol. 29 (1998) pp. 269-294 JSTOR
  • W. W. Rockhill, "Notes on the Relations and Trade of China with the Eastern Archipelago and the Coasts of the Indian Ocean during the Fourteenth Century" in T'oung Pao 2a ser. vol. 14 (1913) pp. 473-476; vol. 15 (1914) pp. 419-447; vol. 16 (1915) pp. 61-159, 236-271, 374-392, 435-467, 604-626

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