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Research on Tibetan Buddhist Merit Dedication Prayers from Dunhuang Manuscripts and Its Grammar

Author: ZhouXianJia
Tutor: GaCangTuoMei
School: Northwest University for Nationalities
Course: Chinese Ethnic Language and Literature
Keywords: Dunhuang Ancient Tibetan Tibet Back to text Grammatical features
CLC: K870.6
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2011
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Abstract


Dunhuang back to the ancient Tibetan written in the Tubo period to teach the masses in the kinds of religious occasions subjective willing to recognize the most really expose also save unprinted part of the of Dunhuang ancient Tibetan manuscripts , one , it studies the Tubo period religious Yang , the evolution of the ancient Tibetan text and syntax provides a valuable first-hand information , and considerable research value . The information in this paper comes mainly from China National Digital Library the Dunhuang treasures database and 2006 North University for Nationalities editor of the book , \points, will have a different back to the development of the relationship between text and write this and Tibetan grammar evolved into the main content to explore . In addition to the preamble and conclusion of this thesis , a total of three chapters . The first chapter expounds ancient Dunhuang Tibetan back to write this written in the background as well as combination of traditional text data back to the text of the definition of exposition , this chapter of Dunhuang ancient Tibetan back to text classification method of writing types characteristics and other aspects are briefly elaborated . In the second chapter , mainly through the introduction of Dunhuang ancient Tibetan back to the text write this font characteristics , exploration Tibetan grammar theory involved in anti - vowel (?) And heavy top character ( ?) Use in the ancient Tibetan characteristics and sub- sub- word point (?) , wedge-shaped sign ( ?) spelling of the word , and the ancient Tibetan acronyms (? ), written characteristics are discussed . The third chapter describes the ancient Dunhuang Tibetan back to written in the grammatical features . Combination of traditional Tibetan grammar theory , gender with the ancient Tibetan ( ? ) , Virtual grammatical features discussed .

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