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|Other Titles:||The Functions and Authority of Tang’s Lizheng During 7th Century to 8th Century Middle Period|
National Taiwan Normal University Department of History
The purpose of this article is try to sort and clarify the office functions and authority of Tang’s Lizheng more clear by re-survey historical resources and former research. The time range of investigating is 7th century to 8th century middle period. The office function and authority of Lizheng of this period, can sort to 6 categories: census register, to be in charge of taxes and corvee, to supervise farming, surveillance illegals, medium between government and the masses, other works. Census register is the base of Lizheng’s other work; taxes and corvee are the most important things that government is concerned about, census register and supervising farming’s purposes are both mainly for taxes and corvee; surveillance illegals is for stabilizing the order of basic level society; Lizheng usually becomes the medium between government and the masses because of the special position between government and common people. There are some Lizheng’s functions that hard to sort, and Lizheng also been assigned other works and duties by higher commissioners, so the functions and authority of Lizheng is very complicated.
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