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|標題:||論上博簡非楚系色彩之字形||作者:||柯佩君||關鍵字:||戰國文字;Warring States writing;上博簡;地域特徵;楚竹書;Bamboo slips in shanghai museum;Region characteristic;Bamboo slips||出版社:||臺中市：國立中興大學文學院||Project:||興大人文學報, Volume 47, Page(s) 127-151.||摘要:||
The non script characters of Chu on Chu Bamboo Slips are similar with Shuowen variant form; they also include the characters of the words, or parts of the words, in Qi, Jin, Yan, Qin. Non script Chu largely matches Qi, Jin words rather than Yan, Qin ones. In addition, some of the words on Chu Bamboo Slips combine the two types of word systems. Therefore, it is evidence that the two different systems influenced each other during the time of the Warring States. Furthermore, it reveals situations in how words were copyied, and spread as well as the frequency each country interacted with each other. Finally, due to the similarities between Chu script and other word systems, the source of the book and the origins of its creation should be taken into account.
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