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Catalogue of the Tibetan manuscripts from Tun-huang in the India Office Library.

Great Britain Office of Commonwealth Relations. India Office Library

Catalogue of the Tibetan manuscripts from Tun-huang in the India Office Library.

With an appendix on the Chinese manuscripts by Kazuo Enoki.

by Great Britain Office of Commonwealth Relations. India Office Library

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Published by Published for the Commonwealth Relations Office [by] Oxford University Press in [London] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Manuscripts, Tibetan -- Catalogs,
  • Manuscripts, Chinese -- Catalogs

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesTibetan manuscripts from Tun-huang
    ContributionsLa Vallée Poussin, Louis de, 1869-1938
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ6605 T5 G7
    The Physical Object
    Pagination299p.
    Number of Pages299
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17533588M

      This project aims to document, consolidate, catalogue and make accessible the rare Tibetan and Mongolian books in the University Library, Cambridge, the Bodleian Library, Oxford and the British Library in London, with focus on the collection acquired during the Younghusband Mission to Tibet in   La Vallee Poussin, Louis de. Catalogue of the Tibetan Manuscripts from Tun-Huang in the India Office Library. Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press. Laufer, Berthold. Loan-words in Tibetan. T'oung-pao (2e Serie) Mochizuki Shinko [phrase omitted]. Jodokyo no kenkyu [phrase omitted]. Tokyo: Kanao bunendo (reissued ).

      Hartmut Buescher is an independent scholar who has long worked in the fields of Indology, Tibetology and Buddhist studies. He is the author of two earlier volumes in the COMDC series – the Catalogue of Sanskrit Manuscripts: Early Acquisitions and the Nepal Collection () and, together with Tarab Tulku, the Catalogue of Tibetan Manuscripts and . Poussin, Louis de la Vallée:Catalogue of the Tibetan manuscripts from Tun-huang in the India Office Library, collected by A. Stein, catalougued by Louis De La Vallée Poussin, with an appendix on the Chinese Manuscripts by Kazuo Enoki, Oxford University Press,

      The two-volume set will be of use to Tibetan scholars, librarians and curators worldwide not just because of the breadth of the Royal Library's collection but also because the catalogue follows the standards established in earlier volumes of the Library's COMDC series: to augment concise descriptions of the physical appearance and contents of. Catalogue of the Tibetan Manuscripts from Tun-huang in the India Office Library by Louis de La Vallée Poussin, Kazuo Enoki. Catalogue of the Tibetan Manuscripts from Tun-huang in the India Office Library by Louis de La Vallée Poussin, Kazuo Enoki (pp. ).


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Catalogue of the Tibetan manuscripts from Tun-huang in the India Office Library by Great Britain Office of Commonwealth Relations. India Office Library Download PDF EPUB FB2

India Office Library. Catalogue of the Tibetan manuscripts from Tun-huang in the India Office Library. [London] Published for the Commonwealth Relations Office [by] Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Louis de La Vallée Poussin; India Office Library.

Introduction to a Catalogue of the Tibetan Manuscripts from Tun-Huang in the India Office Library Louis de la Vallée Poussin Even if the texts contained in our manuscripts had been complete and furnished with tolerably clear colophons, the task of arranging them in a reasonable and practical order would have been difficult.

Catalog of the Tibetan manuscripts from Dunhuang housed in the India office library Published for the commonwealth relations office by oxford university press Electronic reproduction. Cambridge, Mass.: Buddhist Digital Resource Center. Catalogue of the Tibetan manuscripts from Tun-huang in the India Office Library, by the late Louis de la ValleéPoussin, with an appendix on the Chinese manuscripts by Kazuo Enoki by India Office Library.

First published in 1 edition. The Tibetan collections contain about 2, blockprints and about manuscripts in Tibetan mostly from the southern and central regions of Tibet. The collection also includes a number of official letters and documents from various Dalai and Panchen Lamas. La Vallée Poussin, L.

de, Catalogue of the Tibetan Manuscripts from Tun-huang in the India O ce Library, London, Lalou, M., Inventaire des manuscrits tibétains de Touen.

Tibetan Books and Manuscript Library. The Tibetan books and manuscript collection holds more thantitles in the form of manuscripts, books, xylographs, documents and illuminated scriptures. The collections include centuries-old manuscripts, documents. This is the introduction to Louis de la Vallée Poussin's catalogue of the Tibetan manuscripts in the Stein collection, written during the First World War.

The introduction remains important in its own right for its palaeographical analysis of the Tibetan manuscripts. Author: Louis de la Vallée Poussin VIEW| DOWNLOAD(PDF KB). Catalogue of the Tibetan Manuscripts From Tun-Huang in the India Office Library. Oxford: Oxford University Press, Dpa’ ris sangs rgyas.

Bod yig ’bri tshul mthong ba kun smon. It was natural that the discoveries in Central Asia should have been greeted with enthusiasm, and their linguistic and archaeological interest is in fact enormous; but there is no reason why everything from Central Asia should be very interesting (Louis de la Vallée Poussin, Catalogue of the Tibetan Manuscripts from Tun-Huang in the India.

Note: You can check the availability of the book through this online catalog system by entering the name of the Author or Title of the book.; If you want to inquire about a particular book, you can provide us the Book AccNum through which we can provide you the further information, much efficiently.

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Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. A Grammar and Dictionary of the Unexplored Language of the Tibetan. Catalogue of the Tibetan Manuscripts From Tun-Huang in the India Office Library.

Oxford: Oxford University Press. Whitfield, Susan (ed.). Dunhuang Manuscript Forgeries. (The British Library Studies in Conservation Science 3. Louis de La Vallée Poussin, Catalogue of the Tibetan Manuscripts from Tun-huang in the India Office Library.

[London]: Published for the Commonwealth Relations Office [by] Oxford University Press, Lalou Marcele Lalou, Catalogue du fonds tibétain de la Bibliothèque nationale.

Quatrième partie, Les mdo-mań. Paris: Paul Geuthner. Then in a catalogue of the Tibetan Buddhist manuscripts from Dunhuang held in the India Office Library collection was published.

The catalogue was the work of Louis de la Vallée Poussin, a Belgian scholar who had taken refuge in London during the First World War.

Catalogue of the Tibetan Manuscripts from Tun-Huang in the India Office Library (entries to ). Oxford: Oxford University Press. Manuscripts from Tun-Huang in the India Office Library, ed. Louis de La Vallée Poussin (Oxford: Oxford University Press, ), The manuscript was first reported and studied in Frederick W.

Thomas and Gerald L.M. Clauson, ―A Chinese Buddhist Text in Tibetan Writing,‖ Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society (): – In view of the importance of the Tun-huang documents for the history of the eastern Iranian peoples the following manuscript catalogues may be mentioned here: L.

de la Vallée Poussin, Catalogue of the Tibetan Manuscripts from Tun-huang in the India Office Library, with an Appendix on the Chinese Manuscripts by Kazuo Enoki, Oxford, The International Dunhuang Project (IDP) is an international collaborative effort to conserve, catalogue and digitise manuscripts, printed texts, paintings, textiles and artefacts from the Mogoa caves at Dunhuang and various other archaeological sites at the eastern end of the Silk project was established by the British Library inand now includes twenty-two.

The majority of our medieval manuscripts, for example, are catalogued in the five volumes of the Catalogue of the Manuscripts preserved in the Library of the University of Cambridge and in the Summary Catalogue of Additional Medieval Manuscripts in Cambridge University Library acquired before by Jayne Ringrose.

Vol-I Foreword Mahamahopadhyaya Haraprasad Sastri’s Descriptive Catalogue, volume I, was published in It is not just a catalogue. It is a classic work, in which one would find a brilliant account of the Buddhist manuscripts preserved in the Asiatic Society.

Each of the Manuscripts has been studied by Haraprasad Sastri with admirable attention and care.The Library of Tibetan Works and Archives (LTWA) is a Tibetan library in Dharamshala, library was founded by Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama on 11 Juneand is considered one of the most important libraries and institutions of Tibetan works in the world.

The library contains sources which were relocated from Tibet during the escape, including important Tibetan .Poussin, Catalogue of the Tibetan Manuscripts from Tun-huang in the India Office Library, London, I, p.

no. 12) Cf. Marcelle Lalou, op. cit.; Marcelle Lalou, Inventaire des manuscrits tibdtains de Touen-houang conserve's a la Bibliotheque Nationale, II, Paris, I