Ouyang Wenzhong Gong Ji (Collected Works of Ouyang Xiu), 153 juan, with 5 juan of supplements
Written by Ouyang Xiu; recompiled and engraved by Zhou Bida. Jizhou Edition in the 2nd year of Qingyuan Period (1196), Southern Song Dynasty.
Ouyang Xiu (1007-1072) was one of the leading cultural figures of the Northern Song Dynasty. He undertook to compile his own writings shortly before his death. In 1191 Zhou Bida and other scholars started to compile and engrave the 153-juan Ouyang Wenzhong Gong Ji, which became the best edition of the book and provided a sound basis for subsequent versions thereafter.
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