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Sen G- Ho Dei

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Seng-houei a traduit en Chinois vers le milieu du troisième siècle de notre ère deux recueils de contes bouddhiques 1) et il est un de ceux qui, les premiers, ont répandu en Extrême-Orient le folklore de l'Inde. Il mérite d'être mieux connu que par la brève notice de Bunyiu Nanjio (Catalogue ..., Appendix II, n° 21); je publie donc intégralement ci-dessous la biographie de Seng-houei telle qu'on la trouve dans le Kao seng tchouan rédigé en 519 par Houei-kiao (Tripitaka de Tôkyô, vol. XXXV, fasc. 2, p. 3 r° - v°)2).


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