♦ Пещерные и скальные храмы и монастыри

Брахманизация буддизма и принятие им санскрита: как, когда и почему

Аббревиатуры:

Buddhac      Asvaghosa, Buddhacarita, ed. and transl. E. H. Johnston, Calcutta 1935

Jm(H)          Aryasūra, Jatakamala, ed. A. Hanisch, Marburg 2005 (IndTib 43/1)

Jm(V)          Aryasūra, Jatakamala, ed. P. L. Vaidya, Darbhanga 1959 (BST 21)

Lal(V)          Lalitavistara, ed. P. L. Vaidya, Darbhanga 1958 (BST 1)

Mvu              Mahavastu-Avadana, ed. Émile Senart, 3 vols., Paris 1882-1897

Saund          Asvaghosa, Saundarananda, ed. and transl. E. H. Johnston, Oxford 1928-32

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