Southwest Institute for Nationalities, Southwest University for Nationalities, 610041, China
Qianlong's Archery Furnace Zhilue is a local chronicle written earlier in Sichuan Tibetan area. Most of its contents are related to Tusi. This article first compares the contents of the Toast in the "Arrows of the Arrow" and "The Yasushi House", and then analyzes the time and reason of setting up the toaster and its surrounding toast, and finally explains the "Arrows" "The main reason for recording the contents of the toast.
Qianlong's Archery Stove Zhilue Brife Local Chronicles of Tachienlu ; Yazhou Mansion Zhilu Chorography of Yazhou Prefecture; Tusi System
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