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By Hans Bielenstein

This can be a accomplished and entirely documented examine of chinese language forms in the course of the Han interval, whilst some of the easy traces of chinese language govt perform have been laid down. it's also extra specific and wider in scope than related works on different classes of chinese language heritage. The ebook covers the time from 202 BC to advert nine and from advert 25 to 189, analysing and describing the significant and native administrations, the military, reliable salaries, civil provider recruitment and tool in govt. Professor Bielenstein interprets all chinese language reputable titles and comprises alphabetical lists of those titles with their English and chinese language equivalents. therefore his e-book will serve either as an outline for the names of workplaces at each point of presidency. The publication could be of curiosity to all students of chinese language historical past, in addition to to specialists in different fields of institutional heritage, govt and political technological know-how.

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C . 142 four Referees (p'ing) at 600 shih each. C . , most cer­ tainly also with the officials of the kingdoms) in adjusting law cases. C. ordered the appointment of higher-ranking Referees (HS 8:9b; 23 : 16a). ) onward, there existed in Ch'ang-an 26 Prisons for Officials at the Capital (tu-kuan yii), each under a Prefect (ling or chang) (HHS chih 25 : 1 0b) . t44 One of these ought to have been the above-mentioned Imperial Prison. How many of the others, if any , belonged to the ministry of the Commandant of Justice cannot be ascertained.

The other two units were manned by ordinary imperial bodyguards. C . It enrolled the Attendants at the Gates (ch'i-men), under a Supervisor of the A ttendants at the Gates (ch'i-men p'u-yeh) who ranked Equivalent to 1000 shih. At most, this contingent numbered 1000 men during Former Han. D. 97 At that time Wang Mang was in power , so that the change of nomenclature must have been due to him. The Gentlemen Rapid as Tigers were cavalrymen (Hall chiu-yi A :5 b). Nothing is known about their ranks.

They commanded Warriors with Swords and Lances (chien-{;hi shih) and were responsible for patrolling within the palace compounds and for carrying out imperial arrests and interrogations (BBS chih 25 :8b, 9a). It is conceivable that the duties of the former Prefect of the Emergency Cohort had been similar. The Captain at The central administration 34 the Capital of the Left controlled 28 lesser officers and 383 Guards (wei-sh ih), while the Captain at the Capital of the Right controlled 22 lesser of ficers and 4 1 6 Guards (wei-shih) (Han-kuan 3b).

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