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Li Xijun
- Qin Shi Bu #74
李棲筠 1
琴史補 #74 2

Li Xijun This entry largely consists of a long quote from the Record of a Qin Gathering (Qin Hui Ji) by 柳識 Liu Shi (7th/8th c.).3

The original biography in Qin Shi Bu is as follows.

Li Xijun, style name 貞一 Zhenyi, was said to be from 趙 Zhao. He attained the rank of 御史大夫 Censor-in-Chief, with responsibility for 贊皇縣 Zanhuang district (western Hebei). He enjoyed encouraging expertise and took pleasure in people's skills, so within a short time all the gentlemen admired him and did not dare receive his criticism. They called him 贊皇公 Lord of Zanhuang.

"In 771 (this begins a long quote from Qin Hui Ji)...."

Based on what he said, 柳識 Liu Shi of 襄州 Xiangzhou wrote his 琴會記 Qin Hui Ji.3

Further details in preparation.

 
Footnotes (Shorthand references are explained on a separate page)

1 Sources
14819.962; sources given in QSB are 唐書 Tang Shu and 唐文粹 Tang Wencui. Qinshu Daquan, at the end of its quote, adds 雲谷記中語 (43170.133, a Song dynasty Yun'gu Zaji.
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3 柳識 Liu Shi, Bio/1709; 15002.236 . (Return)

 

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