Archival records from Collection and preservation of Shui manuscripts from private collections in South Guizhou (EAP460)

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  • "Shui Priest manuscripts, Duyun, Guizhou [19th century-20th century]"

    Collection Ref: EAP460/1
    This collection contains ten volumes, gathered from various sources, probably Shui priests, in Duyun, Guizhou. All are bounded manuscripts written in Chinese or Shui script, on cotton papers. These manuscripts written in Chinese and/or Shui script, are use ...
  • "Shui priest manuscript, Rongjiang, Guizhou [Early 20th century]"

    Collection Ref: EAP460/2
    This collection contains one volume only and was found from a Shui priest in Rongjiang, Guizhou. It is a bound manuscript written in Chinese and Shui script on cotton paper. It was used by Shui priests in various ceremonies. ...
  • "Shui Family Volume, Duyun, Guizhou [1968]"

    Collection Ref: EAP460/3
    The manuscript is a religious text written in Chinese and Shui scripts in ink on cotton paper, obtained from a Han family in Duyun, Guizhou. Males in several generations of this family were Shui priests, and manouscripts such as the present one were used i ...
  • He Chaorong Collection [Late 20th century]

    Collection Ref: EAP460/4
    This collection contains ninteen volumes of manuscripts, which were used by the scribe He Chaorong, and possibly his family in ritual practice, mainly in selecting auspicious dates for various activities. ...
  • Meng Xuefang Collection

    Collection Ref: EAP460/5
    The manuscript is a religious text written in Chinese and Shui scripts in ink on cotton paper, obtained from Meng Xuefang, a Shui priest in Rongjiang, Guizhou. It served as a reference in prediction and divination for all purposes. It has not been recorded ...
  • Pan Guotai Collection

    Collection Ref: EAP460/6
    There are three volumes in the collection of Shui manuscripts, previously belonging to Pan Guotai, a Shui priest in Rongjiang, Guizhou. All manuscripts are used in various rituals. The collection has not been recorded before. ...
  • Pan Zaibiao Collection

    Collection Ref: EAP460/7
    This collection contains twelve volumes, previously belonging to the family of Pan Zaibiao in Rongjiang, Guizhou. All are bounded manuscripts written in Chinese or Shui script, on cotton papers. These manuscripts are used by Pan's family in various religio ...
  • Pan Decai Collection

    Collection Ref: EAP460/8
    The manuscript is a religious text written in Chinese and Shui scripts in ink on cotton paper, obtained from Pan Decai, a Shui priest in Rongjiang, Guizhou. It served as a reference in prediction and divination for all purposes. It has not been recorded or ...
  • Pan Guohui Collection

    Collection Ref: EAP460/9
    There are nine volumes in the collection previously belonging to Pan Guohui, a Shui priest in Congjiang, Guizhou. It might be partial of Mr. Pan's Shui manuscripts collection, whose size is unknown now. All manuscripts were used by Pan's family before bein ...
  • Pan Liangmin Collection

    Collection Ref: EAP460/10
    There are six volumes in the collection once belonging to Pan Lianming, a Shui priest in Congjiang, Guizhou. All are religious texts written in Chinese and Shui scripts in ink on cotton paper and used in various rituals by the Pan family. The original size ...
  • Pan Wenjun Collection

    Collection Ref: EAP460/11
    There are six volumes in the collection once belonging to Pan Wenjun, a Shui priest in Rongjiang, Guizhou. All are religious texts written in Chinese and Shui scripts in ink on cotton paper and used in various rituals by the Pan family. The original size o ...
  • Pan Jiayi Collection

    Collection Ref: EAP460/12
    This volume once belonged to Pan Jiayi, a Shui priest in Rongjiang, Guizhou. Althought the specific title and content is unknown, it is assumed to be used in areligious context. It has not been recorded or published before. ...
  • Shi Wenfeng Collection

    Collection Ref: EAP460/13
    There are four volumes in the collection once belonging to Shi Wenfeng, a Shui priest in Rongjiang, Guizhou. All are religious texts written in Chinese and Shui scripts in ink on cotton paper and used in various rituals by the Shi family. The original size ...
  • Wei Tianhui Collection

    Collection Ref: EAP460/14
    There are more than twenty volumes, some seriously damaged, in the collection of Mr. Wei Tianhui, a Shui priest in Rongjiang, Guizhou. All manuscripts are used in religious practice. None has been recorded or published before. ...
  • Wei Guizhou Collection

    Collection Ref: EAP460/15
    There are five volume in this collection, previously belonging to a Shui priest, Wei Guoshun, in Rongjiang, Guizhou. All manuscripts are written in Chinese and/or Shui script and used for ritual purpose. The entire collection has never been recorded or pub ...