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Journal of Inner Asian Art and Archaeology 2008

J. Lerner, L. Russell-Smith (eds.)
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231 p., 198 b/w ill. + 111 colour ill., 215 x 280 mm, 2009
ISBN: 978-2-503-52804-5
Languages: English
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Table of Contents:

Philip Denwood, The Tibetans in the West, Part I - Géza Fehérvári, The Lions of Ghazni - Imre Galambos, The Third Otani Expedition at Dunhuang. Acquisition of the Japanese Collection of Dunhuang Manuscripts - Sascha Priewe, The ‘Stein Loan Collection’: Ceramics and Buddhist Art from the Silk Roads in the Victoria and Albert Museum - Elizabeth Rosen Stone, Some Begram Ivories and the South Indian Narrative Tradition: New Evidence

The Kingdom of Khotan to AD 1000: A Meeting of Cultures

Ursula Sims-Williams, Introduction

Duan Qing, Bisa- and Halaa- in a New Chinese-Khotanese Bilingual Document – Hiroshi Kumamoto, A St. Petersburg Bilingual Document and Problems of the Chronology of Khotan - Mauro Maggi and Anna Filigenzi, Pelliot tibétain 2222: a Dunhuang Painting with a Khotanese Inscription - Giuliana Martini, Tracing the sources of the Bookf of Zambasta: the Case of the Yaksa Painter Smile and the Ratnakuta - Rong Xinjiang and Wen Xin, Newly Discovered Chinese-Khotanese Bilingual Tallies - Prods Oktor Skjærvø, The End of Eighth-Century Khotan in Its Texts - Tsuguhito Takeuchi, Tshar, srang, and tshan: Administrative Units in Tibetan-ruled  Khotan - Zhang Guangda and Rong Xinjiang, On the Dating of Khotanese Documents from the Area of Khotan - Zhang Yuzhong, Qu Tao and Liu Guorui, A Newly Discovered Buddhist Temple and Wall Paintings at Dandan-Uiliq in Xinjiang - Zhao Feng and Wang Le, Textiles and Clothing Excavated from the Tombs of Buzak in Khotan


Elena E. Kuz’mina, The Origin of the Indo-Iranians and E. E. Kuzmina, The Prehistory of the Silk Road (Burzine Waghmar)

Prudence O. Harper, In Search of a Cultural Identity: Monuments and Artifacts of the Sasanian Near East, 3rd to 7th Century A.D. (St. John Simpson)


Interest Classification:
Classics, Ancient History, Oriental Studies
Fine Arts & Performing Arts
Art History (general)
Oriental art history

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