Yun Meng Qin Jian
Yun meng qin jian, also known as "bamboo slips of shui hu di qin tomb” and “Shui Hu Di Qian Jian," refers to bamboo slips unearthed in the Shui Di Hu Qin Tomb in December 1975. The tomb is in Yunmeng County, Hubei Province. The bamboo slips have inked inscriptions inside and come from the late Warring States period as well as the period of the emperor of Shihuang. The inscriptions reflect transitions from seal characters to official script. There’s a focus on the legal system, administrative documents, medical works, and divination books of the Qing Dynasty. The bamboo slips are of great academic value and they provide detailed accounts in the study of Chinese calligraphy in regards to the development of politics, laws, economy, culture, and medicine of the Qing Dynasty.