Table of contents for The many canons of Tibetan Buddhism : PIATS 2000 : Tibetan studies : proceedings of the Ninth Seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies, Leiden 2000 / edited by Helmut Eimer and David Germano.


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HELMUT EIMER (Bonn)
Introductory Remarks .......................
SIGLINDE DIETZ (Gottingen)
The 'Jig rten gzhag pa in the Kanjur Manuscript
of the Newark Museum ......................
Appendix: Preliminary Basic Catalogue
of Two Volumes from the Newark Kanjur .......
FRANZ-KARL EHRHARD (Lumbini)
The Transmission of the Thig-le bcu-drug
and the Bka' gdams glegs bam  .................
HELMUT EIMER (Bonn)
On the Structure of the Tibetan Kanjur  ...........
HELMUT EIMER (Bonn)
Notes on the Mustang Tanjur ..................
Appendix: The Mustang Tanjur Dkar chag
in the Myu gu Manuscript ....................
ADELHEID HERRMANN-PFANDT (Marburg)
The Lhan kar ma as a Source
for the History of Tantric Buddhism ..............
KARtNINA KOLLMAR-PAULENZ (Berne)
The Transmission of the Mongolian Kanjur:
A Preliminary Report .......................
MICHAEL ZIMMERMANN (Hamburg)
The Tabo Fragments and the Stemma
of the Tibetan Tathdgatagarbhasitra .............



DAVID GERMANO
Introduction  ...........................................................................
RONALD M. DAVIDSON
Gsar ma Apocrypha: the Creation of Orthodoxy,
Gray Texts, and the New Revelation ....................................
DAVID GERMANO
The Seven Descents and the Early History of
Rnying  ma Transmissions .....................................................
DORJI WANGCHUK
An Eleventh-Century Defence of the Authenticity
of the Guhyagarbha Tantra...................................................
ANNE-MARIE BLONDEAU
Les ma mo: mythes cosmogoniques et th6ogoniques
dans le Rnying ma'i rgyud 'bum ............................................
GREGORY HILLIS
Khyung Texts in the Rnying ma'i rgyud 'bum .......................
DAN MARTIN
Gray Traces: Tracing the Tibetan Teaching Transmission
of the Mngon pa kun btus (Abhidharmasamuccaya)
through the Early Period of Disunity ....................................
CATHY CANTWELL
Distinctive Features of the Rig 'dzin tshe dbang nor bu
(Waddell) Edition of the Rnying ma'i rgyud 'bum ................








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