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JIABS 31.1-2

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JIABS
Journal of the International
Association of Buddhist Studies
Volume 31 Number 1–2 2008 (2010)
 
The
 Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies
(ISSN0193-600XX) is the organ of theInternational Association of BuddhistStudies, Inc. As a peer-reviewed journal,it welcomes scholarly contributionspertaining to all facets of BuddhistStudies.JIABS is published twice yearly.Manuscripts should preferably be sub-mitted as e-mail attachments to:
editors@iabsinfo.net 
as one single
le,complete with footnotes and references,in two di
ff 
erent formats: in PDF-format,and in Rich-Text-Format (RTF) or Open-Document-Format (created e.g. by OpenO
ce).Address books for review to:JIABS Editors, Institut für Kultur- undGeistesgeschichte Asiens, Prinz-Eugen-Strasse 8–10, A-1040 Wien, AUSTRIAAddress subscription orders and dues,changes of address, and business corre-spondence (including advertising orders)to:Dr Jérôme Ducor, IABS TreasurerDept of Oriental Languages and CulturesAnthropoleUniversity of LausanneCH-1015 Lausanne, Switzerlandemail:
iabs.treasurer@unil.ch
Web: http://www.iabsinfo.netFax: +41 21 692 29 35Subscriptions to JIABS are USD 55 peryear for individuals and USD 90 per yearfor libraries and other institutions. Forinformations on membership in IABS, seeback cover.Cover: Cristina Scherrer-SchaubFont: “Gandhari Unicode” designed byAndrew Glass (http://andrewglass.org/ fonts.php)© Copyright 2010 by the InternationalAssociation of Buddhist Studies, Inc.Print: Ferdinand Berger & SöhneGesmbH, A-3580 Horn
EDITORIAL BOARD
KELLNER BirgitKRASSER HelmutJoint EditorsBUSWELL RobertCHEN JinhuaCOLLINS StevenCOX ColletGÓMEZ Luis O.HARRISON PaulVON HINÜBER OskarJACKSON RogerJAINI Padmanabh S.KATSURA Sh
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KUO Li-yingLOPEZ, Jr. Donald S.MACDONALD AlexanderSCHERRER-SCHAUB CristinaSEYFORT RUEGG DavidSHARF RobertSTEINKELLNER ErnstTILLEMANS Tom
 
JIABS
Journal of the InternationalAssociation of Buddhist Studies
Volume 31 Number 1–2 2008 (2010)
Obituaries
Jonathan A. S
ILK
 In memoriam, Erik Zürcher (13 Sept. 1928 – 7 Feb. 2008)
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Articles
Diwakar A
CHARYA
 Evidence for Mah
ā
 y
ā
na Buddhism and Sukh
ā
vat 
ī 
cult in In-dia in the middle period – Early
 fi
 fth to late sixth century Nepalese inscriptions
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23
Early Chinese Buddhist translations
Contributions to the
International Symposium “Early ChineseBuddhist Translations,” Vienna 18
 – 
21 April, 2007
Guest editor: Max DeegMax D
EEG
 Introduction
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79Max D
EEG
Creating religious terminology
 – 
 A comparative
 
approach toearly Chinese Buddhist 
 
translations
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83Hubert D
URT
 Early Chinese Buddhist translations Quotations from theearly translations in anthologies of the sixth century
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119Toru F
UNAYAMA
The work of Param
ā
rtha: An example of Sino-Indian cross-cultural exchange
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