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The Three Kingdoms and Western Jin: a history of China in the third century AD

@article{Crespigny1991TheTK,
  title={The Three Kingdoms and Western Jin: a history of China in the third century AD},
  author={Rafe de Crespigny},
  journal={East Asian history},
  year={1991},
  pages={143-165}
}
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