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Bulletin of the Asia Institute 25
October 2015



Mani’s Cosmology





200 pp.
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Y. Kiel and P. O. Skjærvø, "The Sabbath was Made for Humankind": A Rabbinic and Christian Principle in Its Iranian Context

S. W. Jamison, Avestan xšuuīd: A Relic of Indo-Iranian Ritual Vocabulary

D. Weber, Testing Food and Garment for the Ōstāndār: Two Unpublished Documents from the Pahlavi Archive in Berkeley, CA

N. Sims-Williams with an Appendix by É. de la Vaissière, A Bactrian Document from Southern Afghanistan

Z. Gulácsi and J. BeDuhn, Picturing Mani's Cosmology: An Analysis of Doctrinal Iconography on a Manichaean Hanging Scroll from 13th/14th c. Southern China

C. Jullien, La révolte des chrétiens au Hūzestān (551): modèles narraratifs d’un historiographie

M. Minardi and G. Khozhaniyazov, The Central Monument of Akchakhan-kala: Fire Temple, Image Shrine or Neither? Report on the 2014 Field Season

H. Falk, A Bronze Tub with a Brāhmī Inscription from Swat

P. Skilling, Stūpas, Aśoka and Buddhist Nuns

A. King, Eastern Islamic Rulers and the Trade with Eastern and Inner Asia in the 10th-11th Centuries