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Iakerson Sh. [Review:] David Stern. The Jewish Bible. A Material History. Seattle and London: University of Washington Press, 2017. 303 pp. // Manuuscripta Orientalia. Vol. 26 No. 2 December 2020. P. 88—90.

Korosteleva K. SI 4904: Сonservation as a Base for New Discoveries // Written Monuments of the Orient. Vol. 6, No. 2(12), 2020. P. 114—119.

Lushchenko A. Japanese Didactic Gunsho Commentaries in the Edo Period: A Study of a 17th c. Commentary on the Heike Monogatari // Written Monuments of the Orient. Vol. 6, No. 2(12), 2020. P. 93—113.

Hamanaka S., Sizova A. Imperial Postscript to the Tangut, Chinese and Tibetan Editions of the Dhāraṇī-sūtras in the Collection of the IOM, RAS // Written Monuments of the Orient. Vol. 6, No. 2(12), 2020. P. 65—92.

Lundysheva O., Turanskaya A. Old Uyghur Fragments in the Serindia Collection: Provenance, Acquisition and Processing // Written Monuments of the Orient. Vol. 6, No. 2(12), 2020. P. 43—64.

Mesheznikov A., Shomakhmadov S. The Updated Data on Sanskrit Manuscripts of the Serindia Collection (IOM, RAS): Perspectives of the Study // Written Monuments of the Orient. Vol. 6, No. 2(12), 2020. P. 22—42.

Zavidovskaia E., Rud P. Popular Religion in Early Republican China Based on Vasilii Alekseev’s Materials from to the Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography RAS (fund No. 2054) // Written Monuments of the Orient. Vol. 6, No. 2(12), 2020. P. 3—21.

Mongolica. Vol. XXIII, 2020, No. 2. Dedicated to the 300th anniversary of the discovery of the Turkic runic writing / Ed. by I.V.Kulganek (editor-in-chief), D. A. Nosov (secretary), M. A. Kozintcev (deputy secretary) et al. St Petersburg, 2020. 110 p. ISSN 2311-5939.

Shchepkin V. V., Kartashov K. M. Ritual and Law: Reception of Adam Laxman’s expedition in Japan // Russian Japanology Review. Vol. 1. Moscow: «AIRO-XXI», 2018. P. 149–158.

Shchepkin V. V. Creating a minority: the views of Japanese intellectuals and Japan’s policy towards Ainu in the 18th and 19th centuries // Russian Japanology Review, 2019. Vol. 2 (No. 1). P. 128–140.

Zorin A. On a “Golden” Khara-Khoto Manuscript Preserved in the Institute of Oriental Manuscripts, RAS // Revue d’Etudes Tibétaines, No. 56, 2020. P. 161—169.

Desnitskaya E. Nonagonistic Discourse in the Early History of Indian Philosophical Debates: From Brahmodyas to the Mahābhāṣya // Framing Intellectual and Lived Spaces in Early South Asia Sources and Boundaries / Ed. by L. den Boer and E. A. Cecil. Berlin; Boston: Walter de Gruyter GmbH, 2020. P. 145—171.

Walravens H. Letters by J.P.A. Rémusat to Schilling von Canstadt (1817–1829) in the Orientalists Archives of the Institute of Oriental Manuscripts, Russian Academy of Sciences // Written Monuments of the Orient. No. 1(11), 2020. P. 117—143.

Iwao K., Zorin A. Secular Fragments of Tibetan Texts Found at the Main Dunhuang Collection Kept at the IOM, RAS // Written Monuments of the Orient. No. 1(11), 2020. P. 103—116.

Turanskaya A. Newly Discovered Dunhuang Fragments of "Śatasāhasrikā Prajnāpāramitā" in the Collection of the IOM, RAS // Written Monuments of the Orient. No. 1(11), 2020. P. 88—102.

Gu Songjie. An Analysis of "Manhan huangyu shanhe diming kao" 滿漢皇輿山河地名考 — A Bilingual Manchu and Chinese Study of Mountain and River Toponyms of the Imperial Territories // Written Monuments of the Orient. No. 1(11), 2020. P. 71—87.

Lundysheva O. A fragment of a Tocharian B text concerning the conversion of "Uruvilvā-Kāśyapa" // Written Monuments of the Orient. No. 1(11), 2020. P. 56—70.

Zieme P. The first leaf of an Old Uyghur 觀無量壽經 "Guanwuliangshoujing" translation // Written Monuments of the Orient. No. 1(11), 2020. P. 47—55.

Du Jianlu. A Document from Tangut Regarding the Lease of a Bakery // Written Monuments of the Orient. No. 1(11), 2020. P. 39—46.

Nie Hongyin. A Unique Tangut Primary Reader "Brief Collection by Taizong" kept in the IOM RAS // Written Monuments of the Orient. No. 1(11), 2020. P. 3—38.

Desnitskaya E. Language and Extra-linguistic Reality in Bhartṛhari’s Vākyapadīya // Sophia, 2018. Vol. 57 (4). P. 643–659.

Desnitskaya E. Paśyantī, Pratibhā, Sphoṭa and Jāti: Ontology and Epistemology in the Vākyapadīya // Journal of Indian Philosophy. 2016, Volume 44, Issue 2. P. 325–335.

Desnitskaya E. A. Antinomy of one and many in Bhartṛhari’s Vākyapadīya // Acta Orientalia Vilnensia 2006. Vol. 7, Issues 1–2. Vilnius, 2007. P. 209–221.

Mongolica. Vol. XXIII, 2020, No. 1 / Ed. by I.V.Kulganek (editor-in-chief), D. A. Nosov (secretary), M. A. Kozintcev (deputy secretary) et al. St Petersburg, 2020. 104 p. ISSN 2311-5939.

Uspensky V. Keynote: Tibetan Studies in Saint Petersburg: Past and Present // Revue d’Etudes Tibétaines. New Currents on the Neva River: Proceedings of the Fifth International Seminar of Young Tibetologists. Number 55, Juillet 2020. P. 1–14.

Uspensky V. Józef Kowalewski’s Studies on the History of Catholicism in China // Rocznik orientalistyczny, T. LXXII, Z. 2, 2019. P. 134–151.

Valeyev R. M., Zhukov V. Y., Kulganek I. V., Martynov D. E., Polyanskaya O. N. Biography and Academic Legacy of Orientalist Józef Kowalewski (Based on Materials from Archives and Manuscript Collections). Ed. by R. M. Valeyev, I. V. Kulganek. Saint Petersburg — Kazan: St. Petersburg Centre for Oriental Studies Publishers 2020. 440 p.: ill. ISBN 978-5-85803-537-4

Sizova A. Tibetan Manuscript on Birchbark from the Collection of the Institute of Oriental Manuscripts RAS // Revue d’Etudes Tibétaines. New Currents on the Neva River: Proceedings of the Fifth International Seminar of Young Tibetologists. Number 55, Juillet 2020. P. 462–474.

Kara G. On a Lost Mongol Book and Its Uigur Version // Sprache, Geschichte und Kultur der Altaischen Völker. Protokollband der XII. Tagung der Permanent International Altaistic Conference 1969 in Berlin / Hrsgb. von G. Hazai und P. Zieme. Berlin: Akademie-Verlag, 1974. (Schriften zur Geschichte und Kultur des Alten Orients, 5). P. 287—289.

Radloff W. Uigurische Sprachdenkmäler. Materialien nach dem Tode des Verfassers mit Ergänzungen von S. Malov herausgegeben. Redaktion von W. Barthold. Leningrad: Verlag der Akademie der Wissenschaften der USSR, 1928.

Yampolskaya N. A Rare Tibetan Version of the Aṣṭasāhasrikā Prajñāpāramitā in Mongolia // Rocznik Orientalistyczny. T. LXXII, Z. 2, 2019. P. 165‒182.

Walravens H. Schilling von Canstadt and His Correspondence with Julius Klaproth in the IOM // Written Monuments of the Orient. No. 1(9), 2019. P. 105—143.

Kolesnikov A. The Miniatures and Texts in the Е 28 Album from the IOM, RAS // Written Monuments of the Orient. No. 1(9), 2019. P. 79—104.

Lundysheva O. Tocharian B Manuscripts in the Berezovsky Collection (2): Five More Fragments // Written Monuments of the Orient. No. 1(9), 2019. P. 49—78.

Zieme Z. The Layman İndu and an Old Uighur Poem // Written Monuments of the Orient. No. 1(9), 2019. P. 39—48.

Turanskaya A., Cengiz A. K. Old Uyghur Blockprint of Sitātapatrā Dhāraṇī in the Serindia Collection of the IOM, RAS // Written Monuments of the Orient. No. 1(9), 2019. P. 19—38.

Zorin A., Sizova A. On the History of the Formation and Processing of the Collection of the Tibetan Texts from Khara-Khoto Kept at the IOM, RAS // Written Monuments of the Orient. No. 1(9), 2019. P. 3—18.

Uspensky V. Old Tibetan and Mongolian Collections in the Libraries of St. Petersburg // Asian Research Trends: A Humanities and Social Science Review. No. 6. The Centre for East Asian Cultural Studies for Unesco; The Toyo Bunko. P. 173‒184.

The Lotus Sutra and Its World: Buddhist Manuscripts of the Great Silk Road. Manuscripts and block prints from the collection of the St. Petersburg Branch of the Institute of Oriental Studies = 『法華経とシルクロード』展: 東洋学研究所 (サンクトペテルブルク)所蔵の仏教文献遺産; Venue: Soka Gakkai Josei Toda International Center, Tokyo; Period: November 10–30, 1998 = 開催期間: 1998 年 11 月 10 日~30 日; 会場: 戸田記念国際会館(東京都) / Supervisors: Evgenij I. Kychanov, Daisaku Ikeda = 監修: 池田大作, エヴゲーニ I. クチャー ノフ. [St. Petersburg]: St. Petersburg Branch of the Institute of Oriental Studies; [Tokyo]: Institute of Oriental Philosophy, [1998]. [2], 42 p.

Shomakhmadov S. [Review:] S.L. Burmistrov. Rukopisi shkoly Vedanta v sobraniiakh Instituta vostochnykh rukopisei RAN: annotirovannyi katalog [Manuscripts of Vedānta School in the collections of the Institute of Oriental Manuscripts of RAS: annotated catalogue]. Moscow: Nauka–Vostochnaia Literatura, 2018. — 479 pp. (Pis’mennye pamiatniki Vostoka. CLII) // Written Monuments of the Orient, 1(9) 2019. P. 99—102.

Raschmann S.-Ch. [Review:] The State Hermitage Museum (ed.): Brush and Qalam: 200 years of the collection of the Institute of Oriental manuscripts. Exhibition catalogue. St. Petersburg: The State Hermitage Publishers, 2018. — 320 pp. // Written Monuments of the Orient, 1(9) 2019. P. 94—98.

Popov A. Two Mongolian Official Papers Dated by the 19th c. // Written Monuments of the Orient, 1(9) 2019. P. 77—93.

Zhuangsheng. The Development of Sibe Ethnic Awareness: With Special Consideration of the Sibe People of the Ili River Basin // Written Monuments of the Orient, 1(9) 2019. P. 50—76.

Alekseev K., Yampolskaya N. On the Fragment of the Naran-u Gerel Catalogue Preserved in IOM, RAS // Written Monuments of the Orient, 1(9) 2019. P. 37—49.

Shomakhmadov S. Vyākaraṇa as a Method of Rational Cognition in the Buddhist Written Sources // Written Monuments of the Orient, 1(9) 2019. P. 24—36.

Lundysheva O., Turanskaya А. Brāhmī glosses of the Uygur blockprint of Sitātapatrā dhāraṇī kept in the IOM, RAS // Written Monuments of the Orient, 1(9) 2019. P. 12—23.

Zieme P. Notes on a Manichaean Turkic Prayer Cycle // Written Monuments of the Orient, 1(9) 2019. P. 3—11.

Dandamayev M. The Dynasty of the Achaemenids in the Early Period // Acta Antiqua Academiae Scientiarum Hungricae. Tomus XXV. Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó, 1977. P. 39—42.

Mongolica. Vol. XXII, 2019, No. 2. Dedicated to the 70-anniversary of Russian mongolist, D. S. (Philology), Irina Vladimirovna Kulganek / Ed. by I.V.Kulganek (editor-in-chief), D. A. Nosov (secretary) et al. St Petersburg, 2019. 104 p. ISSN 2311-5939.

Medvevskaya I. N. The History of the Median Kingdom, 7th to 6th century BCE [История Мидийского царства: VII‒VI вв. до н. э.]. St. Petersburg: Evraziya, 2018. 322 p. ISBN 978-5-8071-0374-1


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