Bulletin de l’École française d’Extrême-Orient 106 (2020)

ISBN-13 : 97828555392103

ISSN : 0336-1519

Width : 18.5 cm

Height : 27.5 cm

Weight : 1.67 kg

Number of pages : 557

Distributor : EFEO Diffusion

Geography : Indonesia, Vietnam, India, Cambodia, Laos, Asia, China, South East Asia, Japan, South Asia, East Asia

Language : Français, Anglais

Place : Paris

Support : Papier

Description :

Volume 106, 2020, 18,5 x 27,5 cm, 557 p. abstracts, illustrations, paperback

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Table of contents

IN MEMORIAM
 
Claude JACQUES (1929-2018) par Dominic GOODALL
 
ARTICLES
 
Yael SHIRI
From Royal Ideology to Religious Polemics: The Evolution of the Śākyan Tutelary Temple in South Asia
 
Charlotte SCHMID
Les « rois anciens » du pays tamoul
 
Melinda Zulejka FODOR
Connecting Ancient and Modern: A Textual Study of Ghanaśyāma’s Ānandasundarī, a Prakrit Play by an 18th-Century Marathi Poet
 
Valérie THIRION-MERLE, Armand DESBAT, Gisela THIERRIN-MICHAEL & Ranet HONG
The Kiln Sites of the “Torp Chey” Area (Cambodia): Production and Distribution
 
Nicolas MOLLARD
Économie des plantes médicinales, réseaux savants et méthodes scientifiques dans le fief de Satsuma : une lecture de la Pharmacopée en questions (Shitsumon honzō 質問本草)
 
LI Guoqiang
Dapingzi, la première chrétienté au cœur du Yunnan (1835-1925)
 
CHRONIQUES
 
Recherches sur l’histoire des paysages du Vietnam central. Le marché des sources (nguồn) et les routes de montagne du plateau d’An Khê
(Andrew HARDY, Federico BAROCCO, NGUYỄN ĐẶNG ANH MINH, NGUYỄN ĐÌNH HƯNG, NGUYỄN QUANG NGỌC, NGUYỄN TIẾN ĐÔNG & Béatrice WISNIEWSKI)
 
Études du corpus des inscriptions du Campā, X. Le haut Campā de Gia Lai-Bình Định au XVe siècle selon les stèles de Tư Lương (C. 237) et du mont Man Lăng (C. 56) (Arlo GRIFFITHS)
 
La prouesse martiale et les pieds de Śiva. Note au sujet de l’inscription préangkorienne K. 1373 du Phnom Sambok (Chloé CHOLLET & Dominic GOODALL)
 
NOTES
 
Lao Buddhism and Faith in the Revolution: The Life and Career of Maha Khamtan Thepbuali (1919–2019) in the Context of Buddhist Socialist Movements
(Patrice LADWIG & Martin RATHIE)
 
LECTURES CRITIQUES
 
Ceramics from Indonesian Underwater Sites (Pierre-Yves MANGUIN)
 
Le tsar, l’empereur et le mikado. À propos de deux ouvrages récents (François LACHAUD)
 
COMPTES RENDUS
 
Henk BODEWITZ, Vedic Cosmology and Ethics: Selected Studies (Carmen S. SPIERS)
 
Abdul Momin CHOWDHURY & Ranabir CHAKRAVARTI (éd.), History of Bangladesh: Early Bengal in Regional Perspectives (up to c. 1200 CE) (Coline LEFRANCQ)
 
Suchandra GHOSH, From the Oxus to the Indus: Political and Cultural Study c. 300 BCE to c. 100 BCE (Klaus KARTTUNEN)
 
Johannes BRONKHORST (trad. et éd.), A Śabda Reader: Language in Classical Indian Thought (Akane SAITO)
 
Jürgen HANNEDER, To Edit or Not to Edit: On textual criticism of Sanskrit works (Georges-Jean PINAULT)
 
Nina MIRNIG, Marion RASTELLI & Vincent ELTSCHINGER (éd.), Tantric Communities in Context (Andrea ACRI)
 
Ophira GAMLIEL, A Linguistic Survey of the Malayalam Language in Its Own Terms (Émilie AUSSANT)
 
Toshihiro WADA, Navya-Nyāya Philosophy of Language (Hugo DAVID)
 
Andrew OLLETT, Language of the Snakes: Prakrit, Sanskrit, and the Language Order of Premodern India (Nalini BALBIR)
 
Peter BERGER, Feeding, Sharing, and Devouring. Ritual and Society in Highland Odisha, India (Cécile GUILLAUME-PEY)
 
Tara STEIMER-HERBERT, Indonesian Megaliths. A forgotten cultural heritage (Véronique DEGROOT)
 
Claudine SALMON, Ming Loyalists in Southeast Asia As Perceived through Various Asian and European Records (Geoff WADE)
 
Merle C. RICKLEFS, Soul Catcher: Java’s Fiery Prince Mangkunagara I, 1726–95 (Peter CAREY)
 
Eugene FORD, Cold War Monks: Buddhism and America’s Secret Strategy in Southeast Asia (Gregory KOURILSKY)
 
Thomas JÜLCH, The Zhenzheng lun by Xuanyi. A Buddhist Apologetic Scripture of Tang China (Costantino MORETTI)
 
Ernst BOERSCHMANN, Pagoden in China: das unveröffentlichte Werk « Pagoden II » (Marianne BUJARD)
 
Norman SMITH (éd.), Empire and Environment in the Making of Manchuria (Alice CROWTHER)
 
James A. ANDERSON & John K. WHITMORE (éd.), China’s Encounters on the South and Southwest: Reforging the Fiery Frontier over Two Millennia
(Tansen SEN)

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