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Akao E. Reexamining the Manuscript Fragments of a Prayer SI-3119/2 + SI-3119/1 // Talking about Dunhuang on the Riverside of the Neva / 涅瓦河邊談敦煌. Ed. by TAKATA Tokio / 高田時雄編. Institute for Research in Humanities Kyoto University / 京都大學人文科學研究所 2012. P. 51—57.


This paper reexamines a prayer in two fragments, which was exhibited in the 2009 special exhibition “On the Trail of Texts Along the Silk Road: The Russian Expedition's Discoveries of Manuscripts in Central Asia” at the Kyoto National Museum. This manuscript, which I previously had difficulty reading and which I previously dated to around the eighth to ninth century during the Tang dynasty, consists of two adjoining fragments: SI-3119/1, which measures 23.2 cm in height and 28.1 cm in length; and SI-3119/2, which measures 24.0 cm in height and 38.0 cm in length. The first fragment is SI-3119/2, followed by SI-3119/1, which is missing a portion at the end. For the exhibition catalogue, I wrote a descriptive entry for this work (cat. no. 54), which was displayed in the Turfan section...

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