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Analysis of Tibetan Language Prints Produced During the Yuan Period (hor spar ma)

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This article presents newly discovered Tibetan prints that were produced at the Yuan court in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. These finds contribute substantially to a new understanding of the history of Tibetan printing and highlight the role of the Yuan imperial family – and its female members in particular – as promoters and sponsors of printing projects.

10.1163/22105018-90000067
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2013-01-01
2017-09-23

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