See also: An-lu
Alternative forms edit
Proper noun edit
- A county-level city in Xiaogan, Hubei, China.
- 1916, George A. Clayton, “Wesleyan Methodist Missionary Society (1852)”, in China Mission Year Book 1916, volume 7th, Shanghai: Christian Literature Society for China, →OCLC, page 119:
- In Hupeh District it is at work in fifteen counties :[...]Anlu,[...]So far as the foreign staff is concerned there were no men added in 1915 and only three ladies: Miss Weaver for evangelistic work in Wuchang, Miss Stephenson for the Anlu Hospital, and Miss McCord for evangelistic work at Anlu.
- 1982, Edward L. Dreyer, “The Rise of the Ming Empire, 1352-1368”, in Early Ming China: A Political History, 1355-1435, Stanford, Cali.: Stanford University Press, →ISBN, →LCCN, →OCLC, page 55:
- Chu conferred with Hsü Ta and Ch’ang Yü-ch’un at Nanking on 23 April. The only ex-Han territories still free from Ming control were the cities of the Han River valley, of which Hsiangyang and Anlu were the most important.
- 2016, Hing Ming Hung, “Zhu Yuan Zhang Founds The Ming Dynasty”, in From the Mongols to the Ming Dynasty: How a Begging Monk Became Emperor of China, Zhu Yuan Zhang, New York: Algora Publishing, →ISBN, →LCCN, →OCLC, page 170:
- On 16 February Emperor Zhu Yuan Zhang ordered General Deng Yu to take the troops in Xiangyang (now Xiangyang, Hubei Province) and Anlu (now Anlu, Hubei Province) northward to conquer Henan Province.
- 2020 February 12, “Xiaogan makeshift hospital under construction”, in State Council of the People's Republic of China, archived from the original on 27 June 2022:
- Workers work at the construction site of a makeshift hospital in Anlu city, which is under the administration of Xiaogan city, in Central China's Hubei province, Feb 11, 2020.
- For more quotations using this term, see Citations:Anlu.
county-level city in western China
Further reading edit
- Saul B. Cohen, editor (2008), “Anlu”, in The Columbia Gazetteer of the World, volume 1, 2nd edition, New York: Columbia University Press, →ISBN, →LCCN, →OCLC, page 141, column 1