Mention should be made of the series of volumes in the 歷 代 中 醫 名 著 文
庫, published by 華 夏 出 版 社 in Beijing, which began publishing circa
1995. This project, organized by Ren Yingqiu, Ma Jixingg, and others,
provides first-rate critical eds. of ancient texts (unfortunately in
simplified chars.), with detailed critical notes and substantial,
usually innovative, scholarly essays on the text. Some are detailed
of individual texts; so far there is the 醫 心 方 and 證 類 本 草. Other
volumes are collections
of texts of a given type. The one on acupuncture, entitled 針 灸 名 著 集 成,
contains about a dozen important works, some extremely rare, and all in
superior critical editions. For instance, the illustrations in two
well-known works, 銅 人 俞 穴 針 灸 圖 經 (1026) and 針 灸 大 成 (1601) are far
superior to those previously published; both, for instance, show
skeletons as part of acupuncture figures.
See also Chinese Medical Classics 中 國 醫 學 古 典 Text Series: Click Nihon Naikyo Igakkai. Prof. Kobayashi Kenji is the supervising editor of the series, which is maintained by Mugitani Kunio, at the Institute for Humanistic Studies, Kyoto University. After downloading a file, a utility program that decompresses the LHZ format is required. Includes the: 1. Su wen 素 問 (209Kb); 2. Ling shu 靈 樞 (168 Kb); 3. Nan jing 難 經 (31 Kb); 4. Shang han lun 傷 寒 論 (180 Kb), 5. Jin gui yao lue 金 匱 要 略 (81 Kb); 6. Shennong ben cao jing 神 農 本 草 經 (36 Kb); 7. Bian Que - Cang gong lie zhuan 扁 鵲 倉 公 列 伝 (from the Shi ji) (20 Kb). All texts are encoded in Japanese. The required fonts can be found at a separate website address. With consent of its editor, the whole series is also available Here converted into Chinese traditional characters (Big5) by Fabrizio Pregadio, University of Venice.