Category:Thirteen Stele Pavilions - south row, 4th from the east
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English: The 4th pavilion, counting from the east, in the southern row of the Thirteen Stele Pavilions of the Temple of Confucius, Qufu. This pavilion houses 3 Yuan Dynasty tortoise-borne steles, all facing south. Two of them (right and left) are written in Mongol in 'Phags-pa script; the middle one, in Chinese.
- West (left): Yuan Dynasty (no separate entry in Luo's book): 大德年间古蒙文崇举颁诏碑. Dade era (1297-1307).
- Center: Yuan Dynasty, item 79, pp. 291-295: 后至元五年敕修曲阜宣圣庙碑. Year 5 of the Late Zhiyuan era (1339). The stele is 4.6 m tall, 1.88 m wide, 0.5 m thick. The turtle is 3.7 m long, 1.88 m wide, 1.15 m tall.
- East (right): Yuan Dynasty, item 40, pp. 250-251: 大德十一年加封制诏碑. (A title-granting edict). Year 11 of the Dade era (1307). The stele is 2.47 m tall, 1 m wide, 0.35 m thick. The turtle is 1.85 m long, 1.02 m wide, 0.88 m tall. It has been damaged and later repaired.
- 骆承烈 (Luo Chenglie), ed. (2001), 石头上的儒家文献－曲阜的碑文录 (Confucian writing in stone: a catalog of inscriptions on Qufu's steles), 1,2, 齐鲁书社 (Jinlu Shushe), ISBN 7-5333-0781-X. Continuous page numbering through both volumes. Table of contents is available at http://www.book110.net/book/466/0466441.htm }}
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