Although the writing of tomb epitaphs had a tradition of hiding evil and promoting good, precious information can still be extracted from it through appropriate historical methods (counting the number of words, classification of topics, six questions in history). With epitaphs and other historical sources, we discover that although the military men of the Five Dynasties put great emphasis on military skills, they did not look down literary training and civil abilities. Furthermore, the literati of the Five Dynasties did not take light of military skills, either, and the exchanges between civil and military men were quite far-reaching.
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- Learning both literary and military skills
- serving both civil and military posts
- achievements in both civil and military affairs
- class mobility
- rank mobility
- financial administration
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