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Often particular deities in a multi-deity large village temple are associated with specific lineages or surname groups (including multiple surname groups). These groups take responsibility for the celebration of the god’s birthdays, or carry the god’s sedan chair in processions. Thus in the survey below the reader will often find that particular lineages take specific gods (or the same god on different days) on a procession around their neighborhoods or to neighborhood shrines or ancestral halls, even if 16 The first usage of the term qijing is found in the Chongkan Xinghua fuzhi, originally printed in 1503: juan 9 (p.
24 Patterns that emerge from the GIS mapping of survey data can be used to test historical hypotheses. As the historical introduction below as well as satellite images taken in 2005 with more precise resolution by ICONOS and QUICKBIRD. Using digital elevation data from the USGS, we created a 3D image of the Putian bay over which the LANDSAT satellite image was draped, allowing the viewer to get a better sense of the lay of the land. As information became more complex, and greater querying capacities were needed to discover the correlations between different kinds of information, it became necessary to switch from a system connecting EXCEL files to MAPINFO software to a system connecting an ACCESS database to ARCGIS 9 mapping software.
This approach enables one to outline the contours and distribution of a local pantheon, distinct from that of other regions of China, and to present hypotheses on the evolution of this local pantheon over time. This emphasis on the importance of spatial location also leads to a new way of approaching local documents, including the writings of local literati, which should have important consequences for the field of Chinese studies. The essay by Zheng Zhenman translated in Part Two is an example of this approach to locally situated texts.