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Yanling Tie, Song Dynasty, Zhang Jie Shu, Paper Book, Book Page, 1 page, 33.3 cm in length, 60 cm in transverse direction, running book, 22 lines, 157 words.
"Yanling Tie" is also called "You Following Tie". Annotations:
Ji came from Yanling and went with his son-in-law, Bogong. Every time I smell the living situation and discuss it in detail, I use it as my lieutenant. I hereby inherit If you are lonely and clumsy, you will have the opportunity to work together, and Richeng warns you. I am glad to know that I have few regrets. The first day of spring was still cold, and Fu Wei-xi was wearing the same clothes. Taihou moved to Wanfu. The days and nights are full of horror. Since then, they have been listening to the sound of cars. This is my honor before you leave. Dare to pray for protection to Hugha. A hundred hurts and faces. Rightly seated on the right desk. January Day. Right undertaker Lang, left undertaker Lang, and waiter Zhang Jiezhazi.
There is a word "cursive" in this picture.
This post is one of the Calligraphic Books of Song Dynasty. The content of this post is to congratulate the officials and so on. Yan Ling Tie is a letter from Zhang Jie to Han Yuanji. He came from Yanling and traveled with his son-in-law, Bogong, or Lu Zuqian, whose father-in-law was Han Yuanji. According to Song History, Zhang Jie was a member of the official Department of Shangshu in Qiandao for seven years, then a part-time attendant and a member of the left department, which coincided with this title. Zhang Jie was less than a year old in the Dynasty and came to know Yuanzhou the following year. Therefore, this post should be written in the first month of the eighth year of Qiandao in the Southern Song Dynasty (1172), when Zhang Jie was 40 years old.
Yan Ling Tie's calligraphy is vigorous, elegant and elegant. This post belongs to the celebrity brief article, so it does not win by books but by literary promotion group.