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Représentation et intégration dans l'empire des populations Man du Jingzhou en Chine classique

Abstract : The traditional representation of the Chinese territory and non-Chinese people in Chinese historiography inherits from and transmits rather fixed models. In Early Medieval China, the case of the Man, and of their area of settlement around the middle Yangtze, proves useful in order to measure the evolution of their representation and integration. The sources are mainly the annals of non-legitimate rulers and the geographical treatises from the Dynastic Histories written from the 3rd to the 7th Century.
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Alexis Lycas. Représentation et intégration dans l'empire des populations Man du Jingzhou en Chine classique. Journal Asiatique, Leuven : Peeters Publishers, 2014, 302 (2), pp.485-509. ⟨10.2143/JA.302.2.3055593⟩. ⟨halshs-02308241⟩

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