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" In my country we only bow to God, never to a Prince." He was at once handed over to the tribunals as worthy of death for seeking to commit an unpardonable breach of the usages of the country, but the Emperor graciously pardoned him at the intercession... "
On the Knowledge Possessed by the Ancient Chinese of the Arabs and Arabian ... - Page 8
by E. Bretschneider - 1871 - 27 pages
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The American Historical Review

John Franklin Jameson, Henry Eldridge Bourne, Robert Livingston Schuyler - History - 1897
...country, but the Emperor graciously pardoned him at the intercession of one of his ministers, who said that a difference in the court etiquette of foreign countries ought not to be considered a crime.1 The envoys of Harun-el-rashid to the Emperor Te-tsung of the Tang, who visited China in 798,...
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The American Historical Review

John Franklin Jameson, Henry Eldridge Bourne, Robert Livingston Schuyler - History - 1897
...country, but the Emperor graciously pardoned him at the intercession of one of his ministers, who said that a difference in the court etiquette of foreign countries ought not to be considered a crime.1 The envoys of Harun-el-rashid to the Emperor Te-tsung of the T'ang, who visited China in 798,...
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The American Historical Review

John Franklin Jameson, Henry Eldridge Bourne, Robert Livingston Schuyler - History - 1897
...country, but the Emperor graciously pardoned him at the intercession of one of his ministers, who said that a difference in the court etiquette of foreign countries ought not to be considered a crime.1 The envoys of Harun-el-rashid to the Emperor Te-tsung of the T'ang, who visited China in 798,...
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Diplomatic Audiences at the Court of China

William Woodville Rockhill - Ambassadors - 1905 - 54 pages
...country, but the Emperor graciously pardoned him at the intercession of one of his ministers, who said that a difference in the court etiquette of foreign countries ought not to be considered a crime. 2 1 G. Pauthier, Ceremonial observt a la Cour lie Khoubilai-Khadn, 15, says that the kotow is...
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Diplomatic Audiences at the Court of China

William Woodville Rockhill - Ambassadors - 1905 - 54 pages
...country, but the Emperor graciously pardoned him at the intercession of one of his ministers, who said that a difference in the court etiquette of foreign countries ought not to be considered 1 G. Pauthier, Ceremonial observd a la Cour de Khoubilai-Khadn, 15, says that the kotow is a Mongol...
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Islam in China: A Neglected Problem

Marshall Broomhall - China - 1910 - 332 pages
...perform the prescribed obeisance, saying, ' In my country we only bow to God (T'ien Shen), and never to a prince.' At first they wanted to kill the envoy...etiquette of foreign countries ought not to be considered • 9f 9 a crime. • This refusal on the part of an envoy to perform the K'ot'ou is extremely interesting,...
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