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necessary for reducing Chinese time to European reckoning; and a Chinese celestial atlas. Williams, John, 1797-1874.

Translated, with introductory remarks, and an appendix, comprising the tables necessary for reducing Chinese time to European reckoning; and a Chinese celestial atlas. Translated, with introductory remarks, and an appendix, comprising the tables necessary for reducing Chinese time to European reckoning; and a Chinese celestial atlas. by.

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Translated, With Introductory Remarks, And An Appendix, Comprising the Tables Necessary for Reducing Chinese Time to European Reckoning; And a Chinese Celestial Atlas by Williams, John, 1797-1874 in our library for absolutely free. Read various fiction books with us in our e-reader. Observations of Comets, From . Extracted From the Chinese Annals.

Chinese records of comets are the most extensive and accurate in existence from the ancient and medieval periods, and stretch back across three millennia. Records exist at least as far back as 613 BC, and records may have been kept for many centuries before this. There are continuous records all the way through to the nineteenth century, using substantially consistent methods throughout

The present work, published in 1871, presents Chinese comet observations between 611 BCE and 1640 CE, using .

The present work, published in 1871, presents Chinese comet observations between 611 BCE and 1640 CE, using the encyclopedia of Ma Duanlin and the great historical Shiji as major references. Williams provides useful context in his introductory remarks, mentioning the tests by which the accuracy of the Chinese records can be verified.

The present work, published in 1871, presents Chinese comet observations between 611 BCE and 1640 CE, using .

The present work, published in 1871, presents Chinese comet observations between 611 BCE and 1640 CE, using the encyclopaedia of Ma Duanlin and the great historical Shiji as major references.

in 1871; Subjects: Comets, Chinese Chronology, Chinese Astronomy .

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Observations of Comets, from B. C. 611 to A. D. 1640: Extracted from the Chinese Annals (1871) Hardcover – 23 May 2010. by Professor John Williams (Ph (Translator).

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