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    Title: 從禮儀、文書與華夷觀點論烏思藏與明朝關係
    On the Relationship between Dbus Gtsang and the Ming Dynasty from the Perspectives of Etiquette, Documents and Hua-Yi (華夷) of View
    Authors: 林祐安
    Lin, Yu-an
    Contributors: 政大史粹
    Keywords: 西藏;烏思藏;明朝;對外關係;封貢關係;屬國
    Tibet;Dbus Gtsang;Ming Dynasty;Foreign relations;Feng-gong relations;Vassal states
    Date: 2023-09
    Issue Date: 2024-04-30 12:00:03 (UTC+8)
    Relation: 政大史粹, 38, 1-34
    Data Type: article
    Appears in Collections:[政大史粹] 期刊論文

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