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King David (ca. 1037–ca. 967 B.C.) and Duke Wen of Jin (ca. 697–628 B.C.): Two Paradigmatic Rules from the Hebrew Deuteronomistic and Early Chinese Confucian Historiography

In: Asian and African Studies, vol. 19, no. 1
Marián Gálik
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Rok, strany: 2010, 1 - 25
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Gálik, M. 2010. King David (ca. 1037–ca. 967 B.C.) and Duke Wen of Jin (ca. 697–628 B.C.): Two Paradigmatic Rules from the Hebrew Deuteronomistic and Early Chinese Confucian Historiography. In Asian and African Studies, vol. 19, no.1, pp. 1-25. 1335-1257.

APA:
Gálik, M. (2010). King David (ca. 1037–ca. 967 B.C.) and Duke Wen of Jin (ca. 697–628 B.C.): Two Paradigmatic Rules from the Hebrew Deuteronomistic and Early Chinese Confucian Historiography. Asian and African Studies, 19(1), 1-25. 1335-1257.