Category:Thirteen Stele Pavilions - south row, 3rd from the east

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English: The 3rd pavilion, counting from the east, in the southern row of the Thirteen Stele Pavilions of the Temple of Confucius, Qufu. This pavilion houses 2 tortoise-borne steles, from the Song and Jin (Jurchen) Dynasties, both facing south.
  • West (left): Song Dynasty, item 16, pp. 128-136. 太平兴国八年重修兗州文宣王庙碑. Year 8 of the Taiping Xingguo era (AD 983).
  • East (right): Jin Dynasty, item 77, pp. 196-203: 承安二年党怀英撰重修至圣文宣王庙碑. Year 2 of the Cheng'an era (1197). The stele is 3.6 m tall, 1.8 m wide. The turtle is 3.2 m long, 1.8 m wide, 1.05 m tall.


  • 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

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