The article explores the newly discovered calendrical materials from the Qin and Han eras to argue that the so-called “event calendars” were used by local authorities to monitor and control the efficiency of subordinate officials’ performance. The analysis is based on a new interpretation of the Qin record on the conduct of shrine services (tablet 8−138+8−174+8−522+8−523) and the “Statute on the checking of convicts” from the Yuelu Academy collection of Qin manuscripts.文章梳理秦漢時期簡牘資料，從對于里耶“行廟”文書（由8−138、8−174、8−522、8−523等四個殘片綴合而成）和岳麓秦簡《獄校律》(232−236號簡）的分析着手，認爲“質日”是當時官府督察、考核官吏工作效率的一種文書。
Bamboo and Silk – Brill
Published: Apr 6, 2018
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