The official script of the Eastern Han Dynasty. This stele is two steles carved in one stone. Also known as "the monument before and after the dawn of history", "the monument before the dawn of history", and "the monument after the dawn of history". In the second year of Jianning, the Emperor Ling of the Eastern Han Dynasty (169) was established. Official script. The front and back are divided by the front and the shadow of the stele. The stele is engraved with the full name "Lu Xiangshi Chensi Confucius's Recording Inscription", it is called "Shichen Pre-Stele", commonly known as "Zou Ming". The full name of the inscription on the stele is the Stele of the Confucius Temple of Lu Xiangshi's Morning Food, and it is called the Stele of the Back of Shichen. The front stele was carved in March in the second year of Jianning in the Eastern Han Dynasty (166). Line 17 with 36 words in line. The back stele was inscribed in April of the first year of Jianning (165 years). Line 14 with 36 words in line. The existing Confucian Temple in Qufu, Shandong. The content is to record the facts of Confucian worship and worship activities. Because the project of replenishing the wall and channeling the ditch, establishing the city’s affairs, and keeping the local officials is a secondary and non-temporary activity, there is a big difference between the three characters in the "Houbei" and the last characters. The two tablets are written by one person. This stele is also known as the three famous steles of the Confucian Temple along with "Ritual Instruments" and "Yiying". In the book "Fen Li Ou Cun", the Qing Wan Jing commented on the calligraphy of this stele as "closely repaired and elegant", "its character should be in the "Shi Shi" (Yiying Stele) and "Han Chi" (Ritual Vessel Stele) ) Right.” Fang Shuo commented that “calligraphy is grand and profound, deep in ancient times, and full of structure and meaning. It is the product of temples, eight-point authentic.” The inscription is almost a thousand words, the weather and the Mu, It is one of the famous monuments of the Han Dynasty. Kang Youwei commented that this stele is a kind of imaginary harmony. It has a delicate and elegant style in the Han stele of the Fen Li script. The strokes can be divided into two or three strokes. The pen is rounded and soft and moist. It is the standard rule for later generations to follow. There are many rubbings of this stele, from the early Ming to the middle of the Qing Dynasty, there are not more than a hundred copies. It can be seen that there is no way to call it a Han stele.
The monument of Han Dynasty takes the ancient meaning first. This stele is thicker in ancient times than in Fenli, so natural and implicitly borrowed, it requires both "fa" and "meaning". The modern calligraphy critic Yang Shoujing commented on this stele in "Ping stele": "If people say that Han Li is not good at all, and a kind of ancient and thick atmosphere is out of reach, this is also true." This monument has a large number of characters and strict rules. It is one of the most masterpieces in Han Li, and it is regarded as an introductory model for learning to write official scripts.