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|Prints, Xylograph, 50х17,3 cm|
|Origin: China, Tangut State of Xi -Xia, Khara-Khoto, 13-14 century|
|Source of entry: Anthropology and Ethnography Museum, 1933|
|Exibition: Chinese Art and Culture: 2000 BC - 20th century|
The San Zi Jing (Three Character Classic), written in the 13th century, is not one of the traditional six Confucian classics, but rather is a distillation ...
|San Zi Jing,
lines 001 - 008
The "Meng" in the raw translation refers to the philosopher Meng Zi, known in the West, thanks to Jesuit missionaries, as Mencius. ...
|San Zi Jing:
The Three-Character Classic
Text of the Chinese classic for children known as the San Zi Jing or the Three-Character Classic.
三字经人之初性本善性相近习相远苟不教性乃迁教之道贵以专昔孟母择邻处子不学断机杼 窦燕山有义方教五子名俱扬养不教父之过教不严师之惰子不学非所宜幼不学老何为玉不琢 ...
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