5 edition of Sino-Iranica found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 114 p. :|
|Number of Pages||54|
|2||Publication (Field Museum of Natural History : 1909) -- v. 15, no. 3.|
|3||Publication (Field Museum of Natural History : 1909) -- 201.|
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Very little writings have survived from ancient Iran.
Beckwith, The Tibetan Empire in Central Asia: Sino-Iranica History of the Struggle for Great Power among Tibetans, Turks, Arabs and Chinese during the Early Middle Ages Princeton University Press, 1987.
Rosenthal, A History of Muslim Historiography, 2nd ed. For that reason, the early naturalist Charles Bonnet considered asbestos to be the missing link between lifeless rock and living matter.
In spite of the condition; a Rare find Sino-Iranica Seminal work, both through its association with Bedford-Jones, and its subject matter - the transfer of culture, ideas, plants and products between China and Persia ancient Iran. In 1930 Laufer was elected to the in recognition of his research. Bedford-Jones, stamped in gilt on lower right front cover.
He continued his studies in 1893—1895 and completed his doctorate degree at the in 1897. Sino-Iranica, founded by Mani, born to Iranian parents of the Arsacid nobility but Sino-Iranica father had joined an Aramaeophone faith communitymanaged to expand in both the Roman Empire and in Central Asia and China both Turfan and the coastby claiming in the West that Mani was the truest apostle of Christianity, whereas in such eastern lands where Buddhism was strong, they claimed that the Manichaean understanding of Buddha was the truest.
Hartmut Walravens and Lokesh Chandra, eds.
In addition to his studies in Chinese culture as such, Laufer used his knowledge of ancient Chinese writings to shed light on ancient Iran. When Benjamin Franklin found himself broke in London, he paid his bills by Sino-Iranica an asbestos purse Sino-Iranica a curiosity-collector. 1922 Written in German [ ]• If possible, verify the text with references provided in the foreign-language article.
As for Islam in Tibet, e. 19mentioned three kinds of qerfa lit. to understand usage via Google Analytics• Includes Sino-Iranica Introduction; lists of plants and history; also products - textiles, metals, precious stones.
After his guests had eaten their fill, the king would pluck the tablecloth off the table and fling it into the hearth.
in The Medieval History of Iran, Afghanistan and Central Asia, London, 1977, art.
There is something extremely eerie about asbestos in the wild.
Field Museum of Natural History: Chicago, 1919.