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Barend Jan Terwiel (Comp.)

Shan Manuscripts

Part 1

1. Auflage 2003.
250 S., 5 s/w Abb., 10 farb. Abb.
ISBN 978-3-515-07973-0


Shan people can be found in a belt stretching from Assam (Northeastern India) over Myanmar (Burma) to the Chinese province Yunnan. In this volume Shan manuscripts from collections in Berlin, Munich and Hamburg are described. In this catalogue a total of 335 manuscripts and inscribed pieces of cloth are introduced. For each document there is mentioned its title, the date, the author, its appearance as well as a summary of the contents.
In the introduction many topics are raised, such as a short history of the Shan, the Shan script, famous authors, material writing culture, a typology of written documents, and the principles of prosody.

"In compiling this catalogue of Shan manuscript, Terwiel and Chaichuen have done valuable work which will be appreciated by everyone who is doing research on Shan or Tai culture or cultural history and related themes by using original indigenous sources. […] The completion of this work marks a new milestone in Shan studies and Tai studies as a whole." Tai culture


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