|Visual Index of Qufu Sites (Site name and description)|
Kong Lin (Confucian Forest) (5th century BC)
The historic burial ground of the Kong family for over 2000 years.
Kong Mansion (5th c. B.C., 1038, 14th c.)
The home of the Kong clan.
Kong Miao (Temple of Confucious) (5th c. B.C., now mostly 16th c.)
The oldest and grandest temple honoring the great Sage.
Images of Konglin and Kong Mansion copyright 1987, 2005 by Professor Robert D. Fiala of Concordia University, Nebraska, USA.
Images of Kong Miao copyright 2004 Professor Kerk L. Phillips of Brigham Young University, Utah, USA
Kong Demao and Ke Lan. In the Mansion of Confucius� Descendants (translated by Rosemary Roberts)
New World Press, 1984. Beijing
Liou, Caroline, et al. Lonely Planet: China. 7th ed.
Lonely Planet Publications, 2000. Melbourne
Paludan, Ann. Chronicle of the Chinese Emperors
Thames and Hudson, 1998. London
Perkins, Dorothy. Enyclopedia of China
Checkmark Books, 1999. New York
Steinhardt, Nancy S., et al. Chinese Architecture
Yale University Press, 2002. New Haven
Wood, Frances with Neil Taylor. China Blue Guide, 2nd ed.
A & C. Black, 2001. London
Xiqin, Cai. A Visit to Confucius� Hometown (translated by Rosemary Roberts)
New World Press, 1986. Beijing
Visit Kerk L. Phillips' website at www.temple.pomosa.com