By Kurt Tropper, Cristina Scherrer-Schaub
Inscriptions are a slightly overlooked box inside of Tibetan reviews, simply because they can be positioned in locations that aren't simply available for either geographical and political purposes. it's hence specially welcome that of the contributions to this quantity take care of inscriptions documented on fresh box journeys to Tibet: Benjamin wooden discusses an inscription in Zha lu that relates an enigmatic clash within the historical past of the monastery, and Kurt Tropper seems to be into an epigraphic cycle at the lifetime of the Buddha in Tsaparang. additionally, Nathan Hill offers a brand new interpretation of the start of the recognized Rkong po inscription, and Kunsang Namgyal Lama surveys a number of the types of texts stumbled on on tsha tshas. an additional point of mirrored image is additional to the amount by way of Cristina Scherrer-Schaub’s methodological issues at the class and interpretation of inscriptions.
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