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A Study On Julu Chapter Of Zhangjiashan Bamboo Slips Of Han Dynasty

Posted on:2005-09-12Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:W Y TanFull Text:PDF
GTID:2155360125956485Subject:History of Ancient China
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This thesis, based on Julu chapter of Two-year Laws and Decrees in Zhangjiashan Bamboo Slips of Han Dynasty, combined with studies on records from other bamboo slips and relating historical texts, gives a detailed study on Julu of Han dynasty and some related questions. It contains following four parts:First, this part sorts out the records on connotations of the name, evolutions and contents of Julu from historical texts and clears up some points of view. Second, this part gives detailed notes and commentary on Julu chapter of Zhangjiashan bamboo slips of Han Dynasty and divides it into four sections: articles of penalty prerogatives, articles of criminal punishment, articles of judicial responsibility and articles of judicial procedure according its contents. Third, based on records in the Julu chapter from Zhangjiashan bamboo slips this part discusses how noble ranking system worked in legal practices in the early Han Dynasty, and it further investigates how the system came into being, with more evidence from Qin laws. The last, the records from bamboo slips and the traditional literature make it clear that there were two types of punishment redeeming: redeeming by law and redeeming by precedent in the west Han Dynasty. They had many differences in application, ways and so on but they all defended the imperial power and hierarchic rank.
Keywords/Search Tags:Julu chapter of Zhangjiashan bamboo slips, noble ranking system, punishment redeeming
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