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A fragment of an Old Uighur translation of the Śatapañcāśatka
Author Zieme, Peter
Source 創価大学国際仏教学高等研究所年報=Annual Report of the International Research Institute for Advanced Buddhology at Soka University=ソウカ ダイガク コクサイ ブッキョウガク コウトウ ケンキュウジョ ネンポウ
Volumev.22
Date2019
Pages333 - 343
Publisher創価大学・国際仏教学高等研究所
Publisher Url http://iriab.soka.ac.jp/publication/
Location八王子, 日本 [Hachioji, Japan]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Language英文=English
KeywordOld Uighur Buddhism; translation from Sanskrit into Old Uighur; Indian poet Mātṛceṭa; Śatapañcāśatka; metrical structure
AbstractAfter introducing the knowledge of the Old Central Asian Uighurs about the Buddhist poet
Mātṛceṭa, the “father of Buddhist anthem literature”, and his work Varṇārhavarṇastotra
known from bilingual fragments (Sanskrit – Old Uighur) the author edits an Old Uighur
fragment of 28 lines in Uighur script of the Serindia Collection of the Institute of Oriental
Manuscripts of the Russian Academy of Sciences in St. Petersburg. It contains parts of a
translation of Mātṛceṭa’s Śatapañcāśatka, the stanzas 12 to 21 of the second chapter
(Hetustavaḥ). It can be safely shown that the Old Uighur version was translated directly from
Sanskrit in contrast to the majority of Buddhist texts that are mostly translated from Chinese.
ISSN13438980 (P)
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Created date2021.11.19



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