Japanese Researchers of Russian Collections from Central Asia

In 1960 the participants in the International Congress of Orientalists in Moscow were offered an excursion to Leningrad. During the trip, two Sinologists (one of them from a western country, the other from the East) visited the Leningrad Branch of the Institute of the Peoples of Asia of the USSR Academy of Sciences (now the Institute of Oriental Manuscripts of the Russian Academy of Sciences) and discovered for themselves the collection of manuscripts from Dunhuang, of which nearly nothing had been previously known abroad.

Informations connexes

  • Auteurs:
    Takata Tokio
    Ère:
    19th – 20th centuries
    Langue de l'article:
    English, Russian
    Source:

    Russian Expeditions to Central Asia at the Turn of the 20th Century. Collected articles. Edited by I. F. Popova. St Petersburg, Slavia Publishers, 2008.

    Format:
    PDF
    Pays:
    China, Japan, Russian Federation

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