Very Good Condition in Good jacket. 337 pages. Name inside; pages toned; tight square binding. The jacket has some wear and tear; discoloring. "Against the background of Buddhist art at its greatest, he portrays the leading men of the period-the founders of Chinese imperialism and the T'ang dynasty, the philosophers and poets whose speculations attained a kind of human pinnacle, the warriors, khans, and pilgrims-in a beautifully written and authoritative study of the greatness of the Buddhist Middle Ages." Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 Pounds. Category: History; Inventory No: 141025.
B & W Photographs. Near Fine in Good + (in mylar) jacket. Hard Cover. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Translated from the French by J. A. Underwood. Textblock and binding sound, DJ has creases and wear, is price-clipped and the front flap rumpled. Pink line on fore edge. 337 pp., including an index.
Photographs. Fine in Fine jacket. Octavo. Translated by J. A> Underwood. A beautifully writing, well-researched authoritative study of the Buddha by one of France's great scholars. A splendid copy, unmarked and unclipped in a Brodart jacket cover.
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