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English: An illustration of a two-masted Chinese junk ship, from the Tiangong Kaiwu encyclopedia of 1637, written by the Ming Dynasty encyclopedist Song Yingxing (1587-1666). The original picture is on page 173 of E-tu Zen Sun and Shiou-Chuan Sun's translation of Song Yingxing's Tiangong Kaiwu (Pennsylvania State University Press), while this picture is from the Qing Dynasty edition.
中文: 本圖顯示中國古代兩桅漕船,取自於明宋應星(西元1587-1666年)於西元1637年的著作《天公開物》清刻版。
Čeština: Dvoustěžňová čínská džunka. Ilustrace encyklopedie Tchien-kung kchaj-wu, 1637. Encyklopedii napsal čínský učenec Sung Jing-sing (1587–1666). — Obrázek byl převzat ze strany 173 překladu encyklopedie vydaného Pennsylvania State University Press, 1966, překladatelé E-tu Zen Sun a Shiou-Chuan Sun; původně pochází z čchingského vydání encyklopedie
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Source http://www.chinaknowledge.de/
Author 宋應星(Song Yingxing, 1587-1666)

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