New Year's message 2009
Dear Friends and Colleagues, let me make good use of this brandnew global platform to introduce to you a website devoted to the vexing topic of the nomad people called 月氏 in the Chinese sources. These two Chinese characters are commonly rendered “Yue-zhi” in Western texts. But as early as the 10th century CE, the Chinese themselves made it clear that the correct reading of this Chinese...
Link to: Minar-i Chakari →
CHINESE SOURCES, VOLUME I
To download the 7 PDF-files of the compilation, click the following links. You may either click the button “DOWNLOAD” and then open the file with ADOBE ACROBAT / ACROBAT READER. Or you may prefer to click the button “OPEN” and then scroll through the pages of the chapter by using your scroll bar. When you have QUESTIONS or SUGGESTIONS, please feel free to contact me...
Link to : 01title_contents.pdf →
Link to : 02preface.pdf →
Link to : 03introductionA(Shiji).pdf →
Link to : 04introductionB(Xiongnu).pdf →
Link to : 05maintext.pdf →
Link to : 06annotations.pdf →
Link to : 07bibliography.pdf →