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Niaochongshu tongkao 40. CaoJinyanNA, examinationof bird(A comprehensive script),%A f (Shanghai:Shanghai shuhuachubanshe,1999),if. On Xu Shen's epiloguesee MarcWinter," . undCangJie EinHandbuchfiirden erfanddieSchrift": desShuoWenlie Zi (Bern:Peter Gebrauch Lang,1997),557-80. "MaGuoquan, "Niaochongshu lungao,"141;CaoJinyan, Niaochongshu tongkao,2. 42. It is widelydebatedwhetherinsectwriting andbirdwritingweretwo differentstyles,or whetherthe termniaochongsimplyreferred to "feathered anddesignatedone creature" andthe samestylewith a morespecificterm.
E tet. etr. c m T . 52 By means of verbal rebuses,the baihe lily means"hundredtogether," a phrasedescribingmultipleoverlappinglayersof the lilybulb;baihealso standsfor baiheT , "hundred harmonies"or "completeharmony";and further, the baiof baiheis a homophonefor"cypress" (f)' the evergreentreeof long life. Rosesmaybe takenas z 51 to men who reachedthe advancedageof seventy. 54Thewild goose is a yang symbolbecauseit followsthe sun in its annualmigrations and thus is also an emblemof longevity;because geesefly in pairsand arebelievedto matefor life,they embodymaritalfidelity.
Il 135MMURIEV,a, Wenwu,1993,8:1-ii. :PeterLang,1997), 287. 27:2, 27:5. 74. Wenwu, 1963,2:13-24, pls. 9,1so. Seenote 49 above. "FuyangShuanggudui mu fajuebaogao"(Excavationreportof the tombof the WesternHanmarquisof Ruyin in FuyangShanggudui) l Wenwu, 1978, 8:12-31. Foradditionalcomparativeexamplesof animalornamentin southerncontexts,see Jenny So in Fong, GreatBronzeAge of China, 331. Wang Zhongshu, Han Civilization, loi. ;WangZhongshu, Han Civilization, iol. Forlatefourth-century Chubronzevessels with inlay,presumablyproducedin the Chu capital,see the examplesfoundin Chutomb 2 at Wangshan, Jiangling,Hubei(Wenwu, 1966,5:33-55),andin Baoshan,Jingmen, Hubei (Yang, GoldenAge of Chinese Archaeology,no.
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