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Title The T'ang code. Volume II, Specific articles / translated with an introduction by Wallace Johnson.

Published Princeton, New Jersey : Princeton University Press, [1997]
©1997

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Physical description 1 online resource (620 pages).
Series Princeton library of Asian translations
Studies in East Asian law, Harvard University ; 10
Princeton library of Asian translations.
Studies in East Asian law ; 10.
Books at JSTOR Evidence Based Acquisitions
Notes Translation of T'ang lú shu i.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Cover; Contents; Preface; Addenda Et Corrigenda for Volume I; Introduction to the Specific Articles; Part Three The T'ang Code: Specific Articles, Chapters ; 2. The Imperial Guardand Prohibitions; Chapter VII; Chapter VIII; 3. Administrative Regulations; Chapter. IX; Chapter X; Chapter. XI; 4. The Household and Marriage; Chapter. XII; Chapter. XIII; Chapter. XIV; 5. The Public Stables and Warehouses; Chapter. XV; 218. Supervisory Officials Who Hire Transportation for Taxes 206; 6. Unauthorized Levies; Chapter. XVI; 7. Violence and Robbery; Chapter. XVII; Chapter. XVIII; Chapter. XIX.
Chapter. XX8. Assaults and Accusations; Chapter. XXI; Chapter. XXII; Chapter. XXIII; Chapter. XXIV; 9. Fraud and Counterfeit; Chapter. XXV; 10. Miscellaneous Articles; Chapter. XXVI; Chapter. XXVII; 11. Arrest and Flight; Chapter. XXVIII; 12. Judgment and Prison; Chapter. XXIX; Chapter. XXX.
Summary This is the second and final volume of the annotated translation of a seminal Chinese legal text. The T'ang Code, written in 653 A.D., is the most important legal text in East Asian history. Not only is it China's earliest law code to survive in its entirety, influencing all subsequent Chinese law, but it has also served as a model for codes of law in other East Asian countries, including Japan, Korea, and Vietnam. This is the only translation of the T'ang code into a Western language. The first volume of the Code, published in translation in 1979, specifies the basic principles of T'
Other author Johnson, J. W. G., translator.
JSTOR issuing body.
Subject Law -- China.
Criminal law -- China.
Electronic books.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9781400864591 (e-book)
1400864593 (e-book)
069160780X
9780691607801
9780691607801