西儒耳目資(一).pdf

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English: Part 1 of 西儒耳目資, Pinyin: Xiru Ermu Zi, English: "Aid to the Eyes and Ears of Western Literati" by Nicolas Trigault (Chinese name: 金尼閣).

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  • Author: (法)金尼閣撰
  • Subject: 中國; 古代; 小學類
  • Language: Chinese
  • Digitizing sponsor: China-America Digital Academic Library (CADAL)
  • Book contributor: 北京大學圖書館
  • Collection: universallibrary
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Source 西儒耳目資(一)
Author Nicolas Trigault (Chinese name: 金尼閣)
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