Marco Polo's Sinjumatu

Marco Polo's Sinjumatu MARCO POLO'S SINJUMATU BY A. C. MOULE. In the third edition of Yule's Marco Polo (II, p. 139) the note that "Murray and Pauthier seem to be right" in identifying Sinjumatu with Chi-ning is left unaltered as if the identification were still a matter of conjecture. In the ninth section of the Clt'ien-t'ang i slaila in a book compiled in the Yüan 7G dynasty, we find what seems to be the diary of one of those who went with the Imperial prisoners from Lin-an to Cambaluc and Shang-tu A.D. 1276; and there we read as follows: "18th day (3 April, 1276): to P'ei hsien jm Jí, which is in Lu @ . Kao tsu [of the Han dynasty] was a native of Feng f§ ; P'ei is twenty Li from F6ng. When the people of P'ei heard that Ministers of state and other officials of the Sung dynasty had arrived they burnt incense at the door of every house to greet us. About 5 p,m. ( FJl gfll f§ ) passed Chi-ming t'ai , In the evening reached Yii-t'ang hsien Chou ho k'ou This is the place of "seeing the fishermen at T'ang" in the old days of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png T'oung Pao Brill

Marco Polo's Sinjumatu

T'oung Pao , Volume 13 (1): 431 – Jan 1, 1912

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BRILL
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© 1912 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
ISSN
0082-5433
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1568-5322
D.O.I.
10.1163/156853212X00223
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Abstract

MARCO POLO'S SINJUMATU BY A. C. MOULE. In the third edition of Yule's Marco Polo (II, p. 139) the note that "Murray and Pauthier seem to be right" in identifying Sinjumatu with Chi-ning is left unaltered as if the identification were still a matter of conjecture. In the ninth section of the Clt'ien-t'ang i slaila in a book compiled in the Yüan 7G dynasty, we find what seems to be the diary of one of those who went with the Imperial prisoners from Lin-an to Cambaluc and Shang-tu A.D. 1276; and there we read as follows: "18th day (3 April, 1276): to P'ei hsien jm Jí, which is in Lu @ . Kao tsu [of the Han dynasty] was a native of Feng f§ ; P'ei is twenty Li from F6ng. When the people of P'ei heard that Ministers of state and other officials of the Sung dynasty had arrived they burnt incense at the door of every house to greet us. About 5 p,m. ( FJl gfll f§ ) passed Chi-ming t'ai , In the evening reached Yii-t'ang hsien Chou ho k'ou This is the place of "seeing the fishermen at T'ang" in the old days of

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