Miscellaneous Fragments

Lüders, Heinrich

In: A.F.R. Hoernle, Manuscript Remains of Buddhist Literature Found in Eastern Turkestan Vol. I, (1916), pp. 139-175

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Abstract

[THE manuscript fragments dealt with in this section belong to two consignments, marked by me Nos. 142 and 148. Both were transmitted by Sir G. Macartney, K.C.I.E., British Consul-General in Kashgar, to the Government of India, who forwarded them to me in May, 1903, and January, 1906, respectively. The fragments are stated by Sir G. Macartney to have been purchased by him from Badruddin, Aksakal of Khotan, who had himself bought them from' treasure seekers', but could give no information regarding their precise find-place. On the whole it is probable that they belong to the proceeds from the diggings by treasure seekers in the ruins of Khadalik, which are referred to on pp. 2 and 85.-R. H.]

Document type: Article
Version: Secondary publication
Date Deposited: 30 May 2018
Faculties / Institutes: Miscellaneous > Individual person
DDC-classification: General history of Asia Far East
Controlled Subjects: Südasien, Epigrafik, Geschichte
Uncontrolled Keywords: Manuskript Bruchstücke, Südasien, Geschichte / Manuscript Fragments, South Asia, History
Subject (classification): Indology
Countries/Regions: South Asia
Series: People > Schriften von Heinrich Lüders
Volume: 29