2 edition of description of the Mongolian manuscripts and xylographs in Washington, D.C. found in the catalog.
description of the Mongolian manuscripts and xylographs in Washington, D.C.
David M. Farquhar
|Other titles||Central Asiatic Journal.|
|Statement||by David M. Farquhar.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. -218 ;|
|Number of Pages||218|
Some manuscripts of other siltras are also assembled in this bundle, including thirty-three folios of the Mahaparinirv&;asiltra. As shown below in table 1, out of eleven manuscripts, seven (T , T , T , T , T , UMA, UMB) contain 9 lines on both sides of each folio, whereas three manuscripts have 10 lines (T , T and T ).5/5(3). Then, again, the shape of the eye, as modelled by the lids, shows a striking peculiarity. For whereas the open eye is almost invariably horizontal in the European, it is often oblique in the Japanese on account of the higher level of the upper corner. " But even apart from obliqueness, the shape of the corners is peculiar in the Mongolian eye.
A. Róna-Tas: The Mongolian Version of the Thar-pa chen-po in Budapest. In: Mongolian Studies (ed. Louis Ligeti). Budapest - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. Thar-pa chen-po sutra buddhism research philology mongolian tibeatan studies Hungary Róna-Tas András Szeged Budapest MTA Ligeti Lajos Louis. This title is also available as an e-book. ISBN X Contact your Thomson Gale representative for ordering information. Printed in the United States of America 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 E D I T O R S A N D C O N S U LTA N T S.
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These 80 works have been analyzed and indexed in an article by David M. Farquhar, “A Description of the Mongolian Manuscripts and Xylographs in Washington, D.C.” Central Asiatic Journal, Vol. 1, No.
3, Included are 27 canonical works, 19 works on Buddhist ritual and prayer, 11 works on biography and history, 5 on medicine, 2 on. A DESCRIPTION OF THE MONGOLIAN MANUSCRIPTS AND XYLOGRAPHS IN WASHINGTON, D.C. by DAVID M. FARQUHAR Seattle INTRODUCTION GENERAL The Mongolian manuscripts and xylographs in Washington, D.
C., number eighty-one items. One xylograph (No. 8), the gift of the late W. Rockhill, is deposited in the Freer Gallery of Art ; the remain.
scription of the Mongolian manuscripts and xylographs in Washington D.C. In the next years W. Heissig launched a new program for the cataloging of the Mongo lian collections in the most important European Acta Orient.
Hung. 58, libraries. In Heissig published the descrip tion of the Mongolian collection kept in the Uni. Written and Printed Sources for the Study of Mongolian Medicine • A Description of the MongOlian Manuscripts and Xylographs in Washington. D.C: Central As • A Description of the Author: Charles Bawden.
Mongolian and Tibetan equivalents, and with indices in the latter languages. @BULLET A Description of the MongOlian Manuscripts and Xylographs in Washington. D.C: Central AsAuthor: Namgyal Institute of Tibetology.
Of these, particular emphasis was given to the Mongols, and by the first courses in Mongolian Studies were offered. In that same year, Professor Schwarz went on the first of many study trips to China where he collected books which he then donated to the Western Washington University Libraries, a practice he has continued to this day.
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This book lists the Manchu manuscripts, xylographs, and publications in various languages from the Qing dynasty (), including one hundred catalogues, housed in the State Public Library. The Royal Library originally possessed three Manchu and thirty-two Chinese printed books during the period from to Full text of "Religion collections in libraries and archives: a guide to resources in Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia" See other formats.
Since the early 18th century, the Buriyad-Mongols of the Transbaikal regions moved between two worlds: they were part of the Russian Empire and at the same time part of the greater Tibetan Buddhist world.
As a consequence, Buriyad-Mongolian intellectual culture developed and thrived in a multi-lingual and multi-cultural setting, simultaneously drawing on Tibetan, Mongolian and Russian : Karénina Kollmar-Paulenz.
The Low-Cost Mongolian Round House. LEN CHARNEY. The yurt is sturdy, well-designed and organically beautiful. That is why it has been used by nomadic Mongolian herdsmen as an ideal structure for centuries.
You only need a few hundred dollars to build it. Full text of "Poole's index to periodical literature" See other formats. Ramstedt's Career as a Scholar (), Handbook of Oriental Collections in Finland: Manuscripts, xylographs,inscriptions, and Russian minority literature (). Also compiler of bibliographies of Pentti Aalto and Jussi Aro and of Mongolian studies in Finland, [-] King, Ross.
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In the botanist/scholar Joseph F. Rock () acquired a complete set of the Choné Co ne Kangyur Bka’ ’gyur and Tengyur Bstan ’gyur for the Library of Congress (LC) in Washington, D.C. This set is considered one of the rarest treasures of the Tibetan rare book collection at the LC.
An exhaustive description of jade will be found in a sumptuous work, entitled Investigations and Studies in Jade (New York, ).
This work, edited by Dr G. Kunz, was prepared in illustration of the famous jade collection made by Heber Reginald Bishop, and presented by him to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The work, which is. the black hat eccentric a r t i s t i c v i s i o n s o f t h e t e n t h k a r m a pa.
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We may now suppose Grandsir Dolliver to have finished his. - Preface to the Catalogue of Mongolian Manuscripts and Xylographs in the Institute of Oriental Studies of the SCAIFE, WALTER B.
- Geographical Latitude. SCARBOROUGH, WILLIAM. - ^ A COLLECTION OF CHINESE PROVERBS. Translated and Arranged. With Introduction, Notes, and Copious Index. ^.H e even had several Tibetan xylographs for sale, prominent among which was the life story or namthar of Je-tsun Milarepa, Tibet's great ascetic and poet of the eleventh century A.D.
Wandering through the streets of Leh, one feels the beating pulse of the great Asia that lies hidden behind the veil of 5/5(1)."Cheng yu da ci dian" bian wei hui. (٢٠٠٤). Cheng yu da ci dian. download Report.