- n. Plural form of gazetteer.
“Books treating of particular branches, such as gazetteers,”
“Books treating of particular branches, such as gazetteers, &c. were too confined in character; while voluminous Encyclopædias were too learned, scientific,”
“Books treating of particular branches such as gazetteers, &c. were too confined in character; while voluminous Encyclopædias were too learned, scientific,”
“Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Australian gazetteers offer up dozens of topographical features that carry the name of the common wombat (Vombatus ursinus).”
“Zhongguo Fangzhi Congshu (A series of Chinese gazetteers), No. 1426.”
“Through gazetteers, we can locate the changes of local customs through advocacy to Confucian ideology, for example, in weddings, festivals, and other ceremonies.”
“It holds almost all Chinese sources about Yunnan except for gazetteers (fangzhi).”
“Yunnan gazetteers were firstly produced in the Ming, but largely in the Qing, which coincides with the process of sinicization.”
“Yang's influence on Yunnan was long lasting, not only because he was regarded as the most knowledgeable and productive scholar in the Ming Dynasty but also because he was regarded as part of Yunnan, as most gazetteers suggest. 122”
“County gazetteers compiled in the Qing period contained many records, too. 70 In Xundian during the Ming period, for example, the ratio of military to civilian villages was 1 to 2.71 Luliang, the largest bazi in Yunnan since the establishment of Luliangwei, was swarmed with military migrants, while the indigenes had been the majority until the early Ming.”
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