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Chaoli And Pinli in the Chunqiu Period
Chaoli;Pinli;Yili;Spring and Autumn Annals;Three Commentaries on the Chunqiu (Spring and Autumn Annals)
|Issue Date:||2017-11-03 11:34:15 (UTC+8)|
In Chunqiu Period, Jinli and Chaoli faded out because the emperor could not maintain his authority. Among the dukes in Chunqiu Period, Qihuan Gong still showed some respect for the emperor, but Jinwen Gong was already insolent in his manner, not to mention the other dukes. At that time, powerful leaders commanded that the dukes of the subordinate allied countries payed tributes to them. This thus formed the Chaoli among dukes, and was paralleled by Pinli, both of which became the main point of the international etiquette in the Spring and Autumn Period. This article aims to illustrate how the dukes practiced Chaoli and Pinli, so as to know more about these ancient rituals in the Chunqiu Period. This paper includes two sections. First, it will show Chaoli among dukes in Zhouli should be taken with a grain of salt. Second, it will examine and compare the rituals of Chaoli and Pinli in Yili, Spring and Autumn Annals, and Three Commentaries on the Chunqiu (Spring and Autumn Annals).
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