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Book of Northern Qi

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Traditional Chinese  北齊書
Hanyu Pinyin  Běi Qí Shū
Date written  636 AD
Followed by  Book of Zhou
Simplified Chinese  北齐书
Author  Li Baiyao
Preceded by  Book of Chen
Hokkien POJ  Pak Chê-su (col.) Pok Chê-su (lit.)
Similar  Book of the Later Han, Gyuwon Sahwa, Book of Han, Records of the Grand Historian, Records of the Three Kingdoms

The Book of Northern Qi (Chinese: 北齊書, pinyin Běi Qí Shū), was the official history of the Chinese dynasty Northern Qi. It was written by the Tang Dynasty historian Li Baiyao (李百藥) and was completed in 636. It is listed among the official Twenty-Four Histories of China. The original book contained 50 chapters but it was found during the Song Dynasty that only 17 chapters were intact. The rest are lost.

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