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日本語: 「廿六年詔権量銘」の全文。度量衡の標準器に記された証明文「権量銘」の1つである。書体は秦の公式書体・小篆による。


English: Chinese characters - seal script

Seal script was popular during 500 BC. to 200 BC. and usually have some varieties. During 221 BC. Qin dynasity unified China and written styles, measures as well. This is a standard written sample engraved in a unified iron weight for balance. c.221 BC.

Copied from a old Chinese book published before the Chinese copy right law established.
Español: Ejemplo de hacia el 221 adC

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