capnnerefir wrote:vvill wrote:Lord_Cao_Cao wrote:I don't have a map, but in To Establish Peace, Rafe de Crespigny says that Longcou was probably located at the border of Ji and Qing Provinces around Pingyuan and Bohai commanderies. If you look at Jolt's detailed Ji Province map in the Map thread, I'd estimate it around Ge north of Pingyuan city (Rafe also mentiones a present-day De county in northern Shandong, but I only find the city of Dezhou, which would be around that area).
Thanks! I was reading about Yuan Tan and was a little surprised I couldn't find it on any maps.
The above map has Longcou on it. You're right, it's not very far from Nanpi (which is northeast of Longcou). It's also rather close to Pingyuan. If you find Jie bridge, follow the Qing River (which the bridge spans) northeast and you'll find Longcou.
plunged wrote:can anyone make one character out of these two? 革占
Edit: and perhaps also these 革瓦 and 革利?
Fornadan wrote:Are you sure it exists?
plunged wrote:Can somebody please translate this?
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