CHANT Chinese Ancient Texts
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CHANT (Chinese Ancient Texts) database compiled by the Chinese University of Hong Kong. The database contains a large number of texts from earliest times (bone and bronze inscriptions) up to the 6th century AD. CHANT is divided into several parts:
- (1) Oracular Inscriptions on Tortoise Shells and Bones
- (2) Bronze Inscriptions
- (3) Excavated Wood/Bamboo and Silk Scripts
- (4) Entire Body of Extant Han and Pre-Han (pre-220AD) Traditional Chinese Texts
- (5) Traditional Chinese Texts of Weijin and the Northern and Southern Dynasties (220-589AD)
- (6) Encyclopedias (Leishu)
- Ancient times to sixth century AD
- Citations? No
- Abstracts? No
- Full Text? Yes
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