BSO volume 1 issue 3 Cover and Front matter

@article{BSOV1,
  title={BSO volume 1 issue 3 Cover and Front matter},
  author={},
  journal={Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies},
  volume={1},
  pages={f1 - f9}
}
  • Published 1 October 1920
  • Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies

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    Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies
  • 1920
[The chief object of this preliminary canter in the field of Basque Philology is not to attempt any exhaustive treatment of the Basque Declension, which easily lends itself to a great wealth of

Further Poems by Po Chu-i, and an Extract from his Prose Works, together with two other T‘ang Poems

  • A. Waley
  • Linguistics
    Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies
  • 1918
In 170 Chinese Poems I have given an account of Po Chü-i's life and translations of over sixty of his poems. Here are twenty-two further poems, of which all but one are now translated for the first

Note on the Development of the Modi Characters

  • W. Doderet
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    Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies
  • 1920
The Devanāgarī alphabet has been shown by Bühler to have been -L derived from the Brahmī, in which the earliest documents and most of Asoka's inscriptions are written. With the revival of Sanskrit

On the Tones of certain Languages of Burma

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    Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies
  • 1920
[MR. L. F. TAYLOR, of the Indian Educational Service, was the official entrusted by the Government of Burma with the preparation of the gramophone records of the languages of that Province, which

A Fragment of the Sanskrit Vinaya. Bhiksunikarmavacana

§ 1. The Sanskrit MS. Oxford 1442, inaccurately described in the catalogue, contains the larger part of the Bhiksunīkarmavācanā. This text is interesting (1) as one of the most important parts of the

Notes on the Nestorian Monument at Sianfu

  • L. Giles
  • Linguistics
    Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies
  • 1917
is used here as in Taoist phraseology, to indicate spiritual purity of nature, and cannot very well be translated “true” or “genuine” (), as Diaz takes it, followed by Legge and Saeki. A better

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  • Linguistics
    Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies
  • 1920
That language is an ethnographic document of fundamental importance is a plain truism. It also hardly needs stressing that the knowledge of all aspects of tribal life, without exception, is essential

Pt. Ill, 35. Swahili, Arabic alphabet applied to, Pt. II. 114; Arabic metres adapted to

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