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The Bhaikṣukī Manuscript of the Candrālaṃkāra

Study, Script Tables, and Facsimile Edition

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$25.00 • £20.95 • €22.50

ISBN 9780674051386

Publication Date: 10/31/2010

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210 pages

6-7/8 x 10 inches

46 color illustrations, 55 halftones, 1 map

Harvard University Department of South Asian Studies > Harvard Oriental Series

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  • List of Illustrations
  • Abbreviations
  • Acknowledgements
  • 1. Introduction
    • 1.1 The Discovery of the Bhaikṣukī script
    • 1.2 The Sindhura Script
    • 1.3 Preliminary Analysis of the Candrālaṃkāra Manuscript
    • 1.4 Inscriptions in the Bhaikṣukī Script
    • 1.5 Manuscripts in the Bhaikṣukī Script
  • 2. The Candrālaṃkāra and Its Manuscript
    • 2.1 The Candrālaṃkāra
    • 2.2 Further Traces of the Bhaikṣukī Script in Tibet
    • 2.3 Letter-Numerals in the Bhaikṣukī Script
    • 2.4 The Order of the Folios of the Candrālaṃkāra Manuscript
  • 3. Script Tables
    • 3.1 Tables of the Bhaikṣukī Script
    • 3.2 Palaeographic Peculiarities
    • 3.3 Conclusion
  • Appendix: Facsimile Edition of the Candrālaṃkāra Manuscript
  • Bibliogrpahy
  • Index

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