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|Title:||A New Exploration of Theory about Qin People’s Origin in the East China -From the Perspective of ＂People of Shangyan＂ in ＂Xi-Nian＂ of Qing-Hua-Jian|
Qing-Hua-Jian;Xi-Nian;People of Shangyan;Qin People;Qin People's Origin in the East China
|Issue Date:||2018-07-27 17:10:41 (UTC+8)|
Past scholars proposed two perspectives about the origin of Qin people - ＂Origin in the East China＂ and ＂Origin in the West China.＂ In recent years, new materials about Qin people’s origin in the East China have been discovered from ＂Xi-Nian＂ of Qing-Hua-Jian, and relevant issues have attracted attention again. This study also attempted to propose a new explanation about Qin people’s origin in the East China according to these new materials. Basically, this study investigated the following three questions: Firstly, what is the nature of ancestors of Qin people, ＂people of Shangyan,＂ in ＂Xi-Nian?＂ Secondly, is the ＂Origin in the East China＂ in ＂Xi-Nian＂ consistent with the past ＂Qin People’s Origin in the East China?＂ Thirdly, what is the descriptive standpoint of ＂Origin in the East A China＂ in ＂Xi-Nian?＂ This study suggested that ＂people of Shangyan＂ in ＂Xi-Nian＂ can be interpreted as ＂Dian＂ enslaved by different ethnic groups in the west and their identity was ＂slaves.＂ From the perspective of ＂feudalism＂ in the Zhou Dynasty, these ＂people of Shangyan＂ might be the group with the same last name chosen by Emperor of Zhou as a gift to Feizi. The descriptive standpoint of ＂Xi-Nian＂ only focuses on the origin of ethnic groups, which is significantly different from that of ＂Basic Annals of Qin, Records of the Grand Historian＂ where the perspective of ＂all great emperors are from the same lineage＂ is preserved.
|Relation:||淡江中文學報, No.第38期, pp.181-216|
|Appears in Collections:||[中國文學系] 期刊論文|
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