Category:Thirteen Stele Pavilions - south row, 7th from the east
English: The 7th pavilion, counting from the east (or the 2nd, counting from the west), in the southern row of the Thirteen Stele Pavilions of the Temple of Confucius, Qufu. This pavilion houses two tortoise-borne stelae from the early years of the Qing Dynasty: one from Year 8 of the Shunzhi era (right/east), the other from Year 7 of the Kangxi era (left/west, with a damaged nose). They are flanked by two tortoise-less tables, also from the Qing Dynasty (the Yongzheng and QIanlong era).
- 骆承烈 (Luo Chenglie), ed. (2001), 石头上的儒家文献－曲阜的碑文录 (Shitou-shang-de Rujia Wenxian - Qufu-de Bei Wen Lu, "Confucian writing in stone: a catalog of inscriptions on Qufu's steles"), vol. 2, 齐鲁书社 (Jinlu Shushe), ISBN 7-5333-0781-X.
The book's content is online at http://www.book110.net/book/466/0466441.htm
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