Empresses and Consorts: Selections from Chen Shou's Records of the Three States With Pei Songzhi's Commentary
This is a critical overview of developments in thought and institutions affecting palace women from earliest times through to the Han, showing how attitudes changed over time. The core of the book is an annotated translation of the three fascicles of Chen Shou's Records of the Three States.
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Palace Women in the Early Empire
Women in Early Imperial History and Thought
Empresses and Consorts of the Three States
Records of the Three States
The Book of Wei
The Book of Shu
The Book of Wu
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