Erya (Q1207685)

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the oldest surviving Chinese dictionary/encyclopedia; dates from 3rd century BCE; traditionally attributed to the Duke of Zhou, Confucius, or his disciples; received text contains 2094 entries and 13113 characters in 19 sections
  • The Literary Expositor
  • The Ready Rectifier
  • Progress Towards Correctness
  • The Semantic Approximator
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Erya
the oldest surviving Chinese dictionary/encyclopedia; dates from 3rd century BCE; traditionally attributed to the Duke of Zhou, Confucius, or his disciples; received text contains 2094 entries and 13113 characters in 19 sections
  • The Literary Expositor
  • The Ready Rectifier
  • Progress Towards Correctness
  • The Semantic Approximator

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爾雅 (Literary Chinese)
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3. century BCE
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