Lamaism in Tuva

@article{Zhukovskaia2001LamaismIT,
  title={Lamaism in Tuva},
  author={N. Zhukovskaia},
  journal={Anthropology \& Archeology of Eurasia},
  year={2001},
  volume={39},
  pages={48 - 49}
}
  • N. Zhukovskaia
  • Published 2001
  • History
  • Anthropology & Archeology of Eurasia
Lamaism in Tuva is a regional form of Buddhism that developed on the territory of Tuva in the eighteenth-nineteenth centuries. Tuvans were first exposed to Buddhism in the thirteenth-fourteenth centuries, when Tuva entered into the composition of the Mongol Empire. The earliest Buddhist temples uncovered by archeologists on the territory of Tuva date to the thirteenth-fourteenth centuries. 
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