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This front matter section of the book titled Rolf Steins Tibetica Antiqua contains the table of contents, preface, acknowledgments, list of abbreviations and an introduction. The tendency towards specialization that has characterized the field of Asian studies from the second half of the past century up to the present has provided a large and varied amount of inestimable instruments. Rolf Stein focuses on Tibet in the book. Stein, a Tibetologist and Sinologist, stresses the problematic related to both fields of investigation. The Indianists and the specialists in Indo-Tibetan studies find food for thought.

Keywords: Indo-Tibetan studies; Rolf Stein



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