Table of contents for Buddhism under the T'ang / Stanley Weinstein.


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Part I. The Buddhist Church During the First Half of the T'ang (618-762): Introduction; 1. Reign of Kao-tsu (618-626); 2. Reign of T'ai-tsung (626-649); 3. Reign of Kao-tsung (649-683); 4. Interregnum of Empress Wu (684-705); 5. Reign of Chung-tsung (705-710); 6. Reign of Jui-tsung (710-712); 7. Reign of Hsüan-tsung (712-756); 8. Reign of Su-tsung (756-762); 9. The Effects of the An Lu-shan; 10. Rebellion on the Buddhist Church; 11. The Growth of Pure Land Buddhism; Part II. The Buddhist Church During the Second Half of the T'ang (762-907): 12. Reign of Tai-tsung (762-779); 13. Reign of Te-tsung (779-805); 14. Reigns of Shun-tsung (805) and Hsien-tsung (805-820); 15. Reigns of Mu-tsung (820-824) and Ching-tsung (824-826); 16. Reign of Wen-tsung (826-840); 17. The Suppression of Buddhism Under the Reign of Wu-tsung (840-846); 18. The Restoration of Buddhism Under the Reign of Hsven-tsung (846-859); 19. Buddhism in the Declining Years of the T'ang Dynasty.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Buddhism -- China -- History -- 581-960.