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Translation and Annotation of Fascicle Three of Inscriptions from the Yin Ruins(≪殷虛文字丙編≫) 005-011

Kim, Hyeok 1

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ABSTRACT

In this thesis, by witnessing and examining real objects, 005-011 of Fascicle Three of Inscriptions from the Yin Ruins(≪殷虛文字丙編≫), with the Binzubuci(賓組卜辭) of YH127 in Yin Ruins, are arranged as completely as possible for the use of scholars to study and review. Fascicle Three(≪丙編≫)005 is that the Zhi(旨) from the west can expect the king’s work without worries. Fascicle Three(≪丙編≫)006 on the back of the Fascicle Three(≪丙編≫)005 indicates that the king had predicted the victory of the war by seeing a divinatory sign, so Zhi(旨) would have been involved in a war in the west. Fascicle Three(≪丙編≫)007 is a ritual in which people use Qiang(羌) as a sacrifice, whether to beat them with a club or cut their throats by catching them on a specific day. The method of killing the sacrifice at the time was also an important decision from Fascicle Three(≪丙編≫)007. Fascicle Three(≪丙編≫)008 is the prediction of whether Shang(商) dynasty long farming will turn out to be a good harvest. On the back of the Fascicle Three(≪丙編≫)009, the king saw a sign and concluded that the result would be a good harvest. Ten was the prediction of whether or not the farming in the 亞 region would perform a good harvest.

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