A Brief Catalogue of The Buddhist Texts from Dunhuang Manuscripts That Had Listed in The Traditional Compilations of Buddhist Text Collections in China
【Abstract】 Among all the Dunhuang Manuscripts in existing, those of Buddhist Texts which had been compiled into the traditional Chinese Tripitaka have enjoyed as much more greater academic value not only for the classics text proofreading but textual research as well. The great importance of the value in textual research has not been emphasized enough by the way of lack of making a systematic dig out of textual value and then to be properly adjustment. Holding the criterion of collecting and compiling the complex of The Catalogue of Buddhist Texts under the reign Period of Kai-yuan, which had catalogued in the list of Buddhist Sutra for 1076 with over 5048 fasciculi, as a standard for compilation a catalogue of Buddhist Tripi? aka, this article attempts to publishing a brief catalogue which has contained 391 Buddhist Sutras from Dunhuang Manuscripts. This catalogue has so far established on a broad academic investigation and sortation and copy all the Dunhuang Manuscripts exist for a number of 36000 scrolls in the following libraries all over the world: The National Library of China, The British Library, The National Library of France and other Collection both in private and Units.
- 【文獻出處】 敦煌研究 ,Dunhuang Research , 編輯部郵箱 ,2006年03期