Nangong Shudu (1620), Poxie Ji (1640), and Western Reports on the Nanjing Persecution (1616/1617)

@article{Dudink2000NangongS,
  title={Nangong Shudu (1620), Poxie Ji (1640), and Western Reports on the Nanjing Persecution (1616/1617)},
  author={Ad Dudink},
  journal={Monumenta Serica},
  year={2000},
  volume={48},
  pages={133 - 265}
}
  • A. Dudink
  • Published 1 January 2000
  • History
  • Monumenta Serica
Introduction....................................................................................137 1. The colJection Poxie ji and the Nanjing persecution.........................138 1. Documents in Nangong shudu omitted in Poxie ji...........................140 2. Anti-Buddhist passages in Nangong shudu omitted or changed in Poxieji............................................................................152 3. Anti-Buddhist documents related to the Nanjing persecution not reproduced in… 
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