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Title: Journal of the Tibet Society, Volume 7
Language of title: English
Editor: Elliot Sperling, 1951-
One Sentence Summary: This is the seventh issue of the Journal of the Tibet Society, published in 1987.

Description: This is the seventh issue of the Journal of the Tibet Society, published in 1987. Edited by Elliot Sperling, the issue features articles by Christopher I. Beckwith, Dan Martin, Elliot Sperling, and Alex Wayman. (Ben Deitle 2005-16-05)

Publisher Place: Bloomington
Publisher: The Tibet Society
Normalized publisher place: Bloomington, IN
Publisher country: United States
Published Date: 1987
URL: http://www.thlib.org/static/reprints/jts/JTS%2007.pdf
Classification: Tibetan and Himalayan -- Journals -- Journals Focused on Regions -- Tibet -- Journal of the Tibet Society
Cultural Coverage: Tibet
Language: English
Source: The Journal of the Tibet Society
Source Type: Journal
Source Volume: 7
Start Date: 1981
End Date: 1988
Frequency of publication: Annually

Table of Contents: Tibetan Sciences at the Court of the Great Khans / Christopher I. Beckwith -- On the Origin and the Significance of the Prayer Wheel According to Two Nineteenth-Century Tibetan Literary Sources / Dan Martin -- 'Lama to the King of Hsia' / Elliot Sperling -- A Problem of 'Synonyms' in the Tibetan Language: Bsgom Pa and Goms Pa / Alex Wayman.

ISBN/ISSN: 7351364

Means of availability: Articles are available online within the Tibetan & Himalayan Library's bibliographic database and from www.digitalhimalaya.com.

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Media type: Text
Resource Type: Journal Issue
Digital Encoding: pdf
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Date Of Record Creation: 2005-12-16 09:02:28
Date Record Checked: 2005-12-17
Date Last Modified: 2005-12-17 16:04:52
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