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by Jens Braarvig,Paul Harrison,Jens-Uwe Hartmann,et. al.,56 facsimile pages (colour)

eBook Buddhist Manuscripts II download ISBN: 8280340033
Author: Jens Braarvig,Paul Harrison,Jens-Uwe Hartmann,et. al.,56 facsimile pages (colour)
Publisher: Hermes Academic Publishing; Manuscr. in the Schøyen Collection III edition (July 1, 2002)
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Jens Braarvig (e., Buddhist Manuscripts, Volume I by Mark Allon, Jens Braarvig, Torkel Brekke, Paul Harrison, Jens-Uwe Hartmann, Seishi Karashima, Kazunobu Matsuda, Richard Salomon, Lore Sander, Nicholas Sims-Williams, Klaus Wille.

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Buddhist Manuscripts Ii book. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Buddhist Manuscripts Ii. by. Jens Braarvig.

A Fragment of a Play, Jens-Uwe Hartmann 12. A Copper Scroll Inscription from the Time ofthe Alchon Huns, Gudrun Melzer, in collaboration with Lore Sander 13.

Hermes publishing · oslo. A Fragment of a Play, Jens-Uwe Hartmann 12. Radiocarbon Dating ofKharo~thi Fragments from the Sch0yen and Senior Manuscript Collections, Mark Allon, Richard Salomon, Geraldine Jacobsen, Ugo Zoppi 14.

Buddhist Manuscripts from the Schøyen Collection Hermes, Oslo 2016, pp. xxii + 456 + 45 facsimile pages.

Paul Harrison, Department Chair. Tibetan Religion and the Senses.

Publications by authors named "Jens-Uwe Hartmann". Are you Jens-Uwe Hartmann? Register this Author. MicroRNA-143 targets ERK5 in granulopoiesis and predicts outcome of patients with acute myeloid leukemia., Buddhist Manuscripts, Volume I by Mark Allon, Jens Braarvig, Torkel Brekke, Paul Harrison, Jens-Uwe Hartmann, Seishi Karashima . Publication Date: 01 Jan 2002.

1 II. Exploration of Sanskrit Buddhist Canon Nepal, Central Asia, Gilgit . Exploration of Sanskrit Buddhist Canon Nepal, Central Asia, Gilgit, Beijing-China, Tibetan Autonomous regions, Japan, UK/USA, will be dealt with. I. Nepal has the largest repository of Buddhist Sanskrit literature dealing with different aspects of Mahayana creeds and practices. The existence of these Sanskrit Buddhist Manuscripts before his time was unknown, and his discovery entirely revolutionized the history of Buddhism, as Europeans knew it in the early part of this century

Editors / translators of the manuscript remains include: J. U. Hartmann (Cangisutra); K. Wille (Mahaparinirvanasutra); S. Dietz (Andhasutra); L. Sander (Astasahasrika Prajnaparamita); P. Harrison/J. U. Hartmann (Ajatasatrukaukrtyavinodanasutra); J. Braarvig/ P. Harrison (Candrottaradarikavyakarana); Hirofumi Toda (Saddharmapundarikasutra); A. Skilton (Samadhirajasutra); P. Harrison et. al. (Larger Sukhavativyuhasutra); Seishi Karashima (Pratimoksa-Vibhanga); Jin-il Chung (Karmavacana); Kazunobu Matsuda (Sariputra Abdhidharma); L. Schmithausen et. al. (Early Commentary); R. Salomon (fragment of a Buddhist legend); S. Baums (Jyotiskavadana); J. U. Hartmann et. al. (poetical texts)