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Manuscript remains of Buddhist literature found in Eastern Turkestan

A. F. Rudolf Hoernle

Manuscript remains of Buddhist literature found in Eastern Turkestan

facsimiles of manuscripts in Sanskrit, Khotanese, Kuchean, Tibetan and Chinese, with transcripts, translations and notes

by A. F. Rudolf Hoernle

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Published by Ad Orientem, Philo Press in St. Leonards, Amsterdam .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Buddhist literature.

  • Edition Notes

    Reprint of 1916 edition.

    Other titlesBuddhist literature found in Eastern Turkestan.
    Statementedited in conjunction with other scholars, with critical introductions and vocabularies [by] A.F. Rudolf Hoernle.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16593419M

    Manuscript Remains of Buddhist Literature Found in Eastern Turkestan - - by A. F. Rudolf Hoernle - Second Edition JetsamAndJuniper 5 out of 5 stars (2,) $ Favorite. 'Vajracchedikä in the Original Sanskrit', in A. F. R. Hoernle, Manuscript Remains of Buddhist Literature Found in Eastern Turkestan (Oxford: , repr. Amsterdam. Hoernle (): Manuscript Remains of Buddhist Literature Found in Eastern Turkestan: Facimilies with Transcripts Translations and Notes Edited in Conjunctions with other Scholars by A. F. Rudolf Hoernle. First Edition Oxford Second Edition Sri Satguru Publications, New Delhi. Holmgren (): Annals of Tai. making publication Manuscript Remains of Buddhist Literature Found in Eastern Turkestan (). The book under review publishes—in most cases for the first time—Sanskrit and Tocharian fragments from Hoernle’s collection (now part of the British Library’s Asia, Pacific and Africa Collections) that were not included in Manuscript Remains.

      The Old Khotanese version together with the Sanskrit text and the Tibetan translation ”, in Manuscript Remains of Buddhist Literature Found in Eastern Turkestan. Facsimiles with Transcripts, Translations, and by: 3. Manuscript Remains of Buddhist Literature Found in Eastern Turkestan, Oxford, ; repr., St. Leonards and Amsterdam, “An Ancient Medical Manuscript from Eastern Turkestan,” in Commemorative Essays Presented to Sir Ramkrishna Gopal Bhandarkar, Poona, , pp. ; repr. as R. G. Bhandarkar Commemoration Volume, Delhi and. Manuscript remains of Buddhist Literature found in Eastern Turkestan. Edited in conjunction with other scholars by A. F. Rudolf Hoernle. Vol. I, parts I and II. Oxford, Clarendon Press, A Repo rt on the British collection of Antiquities from Central Asia. By. A. F. Rudolf Hoernle, C.I.E., Ph.D. Part x. (Extra-Number to the Journal of. Khotanese synonyms, Khotanese pronunciation, Khotanese translation, English dictionary definition of Khotanese. n. A Middle Iranian language preserved in Buddhist and secular documents from eastern Chinese Turkistan that date from about the fifth through the tenth.

    Manuscript remains of [Buddhist literature] found in Eastern Turkestan: facsimiles with transcripts, translations and notes / edited in conjunctions [sic] with other scholars by A.F. Rudolf Hoernle Hoernle, A. F. Rudolf (August Friedrich Rudolf), [ Book: ]. Manuscript Remains of Buddhist Literature Found in Eastern Turkestan by A.F. Rud Manuscript Remains of - $ Remains Buddhist of Manuscript A.F. Rud Literature by Eastern in Found Turkestan Turkestan Found in Remains Literature by Rud Buddhist Eastern Manuscript of A.F. Tocharian languages synonyms, Tocharian languages pronunciation, Tocharian languages translation, English dictionary definition of Tocharian languages. Hoernle continued to receive and study manuscript consignments from Central Asia, as he prepared his epoch-making publication Manuscript Remains of Buddhist Literature Found in Eastern. Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit Dictionary [= BHSD] (New Haven, ), 5 S. Konow, 'The Aparimitâyuh Sütra, The Old Khotanese Version together with the Sanskrit Text and the Tibetan Translation', in A. F. R. Hoernle, Manuscript Remains of Buddhist Literature Found in Eastern Turkestan (Oxford, ; reprint ), ; M. Walleser.


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Oxford, Clarendon Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: A F Rudolf Hoernle. eleven slokas were published in Rudolf Hoemle's Manuscript Remains of Buddhist Literature found in Eastern Turkestan (); a few others may be found in Sieg and Siegling' Tocharisches Sprachreste, accompanied by frag-ments of a Tocharian version.

The poem does not seem to have found its way into Chinese, in spite of I-tsing's admiration. After his retirement to Oxford inHoernle continued to receive and study manuscript consignments from Central Asia, as he prepared his epoch-making publication Manuscript Remains of Buddhist Literature Found in Eastern Turkestan ().

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The characters belong to the upright Gupta of the calligraphic type. The peculiar features of this alphabet have been carefully noted by Professor Luders in his introduction to the fragment of Saddharmma- Pundarika included in Hoernle’s Manuscript Remains of Buddhist literature found in. After his retirement to Oxford inHoernle continued to receive and study manuscript consignments from Central Asia, as he prepared his epoch-making publication Manuscript Remains of Buddhist Literature Found in Eastern Turkestan ().Author: Stefan Baums.

A. F. Pdf. Hoernle, Manuscript Remains of Buddhist Literature Found in Eastern Turkestan, Oxford, Y. Itō, “A Few Problems Concerning the Khotanese Vajracchedikā Prajñāpāramitā Sūtra,” Indogaku Bukkyōgaku Kenkyū 2/2,pp. ().Hoernle's Manuscript Remains of Buddhist Literature found in Eastern Turkestan ().

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Hoernle, Manuscript Remains of Buddhist Literature Found in Eastern Turkestan, Oxfordpp. —; F. E. Pargiter, Vajracchedikä in the Original Sanskrit. It is the earliest manuscript of the work, diseovered by Sir Aurel Stein during his first expédition to Chinese Turkestan.