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Author王嘉
DynastyEastern Jin
Base text《漢魏叢書》本《神異經、別過洞冥記、述異記、王子年拾遺記》
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Shi Yi Ji (《拾遺記》 Shíyí Jì) is a Chinese mythological / historical treatise compiled by the Taoist scholar Wang Jia (died 390). The title of the work has been variously translated into English as Record of Heretofore Lost Works, Researches into Lost Records,

Record of Gleanings,

or Forgotten Tales.

The verb shiyi (拾遺) is translated by modern dictionaries as "to appropriate lost property", or, when used in book titles, "to make up for omissions". Accordingly, the work is based on "apocryphal" versions of early (legendary) Chinese history, which must have been produced during the Eastern Han Dynasty. For example, Shi Yi Ji's version of the story of Yu the Great has a yellow dragon and a black turtle helping Yu to create the geographical features of China, and to name them - details not found in the Classic of Mountains and Seas.

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拾遺記卷一
  春皇庖犧
  炎帝神農
  錄曰一
  軒轅黃帝
  少昊
  顓頊
  高辛
  唐堯
  虞舜
  錄曰二
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拾遺記卷二
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拾遺記卷三
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拾遺記卷五
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拾遺記卷六
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拾遺記卷十
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URN: ctp:wb917450

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