The language of the Kharoṣṭhi documents from Chinese Turkestan
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The language of the Kharoṣṭhi documents from Chinese Turkestan by T. Burrow

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Published by The University Press in Cambridge [Eng.] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Prakrit languages -- Grammar

Book details:

Edition Notes

Half-title: Kharoṣṭhi documents.

Statementby T. Burrow.
SeriesKharoṣṭhi documents.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPK1207 .B8
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 134 p.
Number of Pages134
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6363463M
LC Control Number37038837
OCLC/WorldCa3211443

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Khotanese manuscripts from Chinese Turkestan in the British Library: A complete catalogue with texts and contributions by Ursula Sims-Williams (Corpus inscriptionum Iranicarum, pt. 2: Inscriptions of the Seleucid and Parthian periods and of Eastern . Several of my students found Skjaervo's translations particularly helpful in seeing how family structure and slavery had changed between the third and fourth centuries, the time of the Kharosthi documents translated by T. Burrow (A Translation of the Kharosthi Documents from Chinese Turkestan [London: Royal Asiatic Society, ]), and the. Thomas, F. W. , Tibetan literary texts and documents concerning Chinese Turkestan / selected and translated by F.W. Thomas Royal Asiatic Society London Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.   The language has been the subject of study since , when Augustus Frederic Rudolf Hoernle published the first documents in Khotanese. Explorers from Europe found documents dating to the eighth century in various sites near Khotan (but curiously never in the oasis itself) and dating to the tenth century in the library cave in Dunhuang, Gansu.