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The Shaolin MonasteryHistory, Religion, and the Chinese Martial Arts$

Meir Shahar

Print publication date: 2008

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Abbreviations

  • SKQS

    Wenyuange siku quanshu

  • T

    Taishō shinshū daizōkyō

  • DZ

    Schipper, Kristofer, ed. Concordance du Tao-tsang

  • ZZ

    Dai Nihon zokuzōkyō

(Editions of the Yijin jing (Sinews Transformation Classic) are listed in the Appendix)

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