The greatest accomplishment of the Northern Wei dynasty was the unification of Northern China in An internal struggle resulted in a split which introduced the Eastern Wei and the Western Wei. The Eastern Wei dynasty was short lived. Established inseveral military campaigns were fought to try and reunite east and west but each failed.
These are the juan, 22, 25,89, and Juan 84 and 91 could not be fully reconstructed.
The ten first juan of treatises are lost. Unlike in most other dynastic histories the treatises are found at the end of the book, which is actually more reasonable than to interrupt the flow of biographies between the section of the imperial annals and the normal and collective biographies.
Wei Shou was an official in the historiographic bureau of the Wei dynasty and therefore had access to primary sources. Also under the Eastern Wei dynasty he continued working in the imperial archives.
Wei Shou willingly took over this task although he concurrently occupied the post of the capital magistrate. In the book was submitted to the throne. The only parts not covered with such a rich source material were the years after the division of the Wei empire in east and west.
Compared with other dynastic histories the Weishu contains an extremely low amount of literary sources, like quotations from prose writings or poetry.
The Chen dynasty is not mentioned at all because it was founded inafter the Weishu was finished. There are two weak points in the Weishu, inspite of its overall quality: It is a very one-sided source concerning the history of the years following the downfall of the Northern Wei.
As an official of the Eastern Wei, Wei Shou neglected the economically and culturally more important western part of northern China. There are, therefore, no imperial annals for the three rulers of the Western Wei.
The second problem is Wei Shou's biased attitude towards some of his collegues and contemporaries, with the result that their biographies are not written very favourable.
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There are 4, professionals named Wei Shu, who use LinkedIn to exchange information, ideas, and opportunities. Also under the Eastern Wei dynasty he continued working in the imperial archives. The next, short-lived dynasty, the Northern Qi 北齊 (), entrusted him with the compilation of the official history of the Northern Wei.
Wei Shou willingly took over this task although he concurrently occupied the post of the capital magistrate.
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