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Open Access Considerations on the dating of the Barabudur stūpa: introduction to the problem

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Considerations on the dating of the Barabudur stūpa: introduction to the problem

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Given its prominence as one of the largest and certainly the most elaborately decorated Buddhist stūpas in the world, it is regrettable that a foundation inscription giving a firm date, name, or patron for the Barabudur monument has never been found. In the absence of a foundation inscription, a number of scholars have proposed and examined a variety of dating indicators. This article assesses past efforts to attempt a dating of the Barabu∂ur monument, and offers a new hypothesis on the dating and founder.

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