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Shipping: US$ 1. 9 From United Kingdom to . Destination, rates & speeds. 30 Day Return Policy. Customers who bought this item also bought. 1. Jinakalamali index : an annotated index to the Thailand part of Ratanapanna's Chronicle Jinakalamali. Published by Oxford, The Pali Text Society (1995).
amp; Mahāwitthayālai Chīang Mai. (2007). Hans Georg Penth and Lan Na History Lanna : Thailand's northern kingdom, Michael Freeman. Hans Georg Penth and Lan Na History. Australian/Harvard Citation. Penth, Hans Lanna : Thailand's northern kingdom, Michael Freeman.
81. Hans Penth, Jinakalamali Index: An Annotated Index to the Thailand Part of Ratanapañña’s Chronicle Jinakalamali (Oxford: The Pali Text Society/Chiang Mai: Silkworm Books, 1994), 171; see Penth’s individual. Hans Penth, Jinakalamali Index: An Annotated Index to the Thailand Part of Ratanapañña’s Chronicle Jinakalamali (Oxford: The Pali Text Society/Chiang Mai: Silkworm Books, 1994), 171; see Penth’s individual references and see Saeng Manavidura, Some Observations on the, in The Sheaf of Garlands of the Epochs of the Conqueror: Being a Translation of ṁ of Ratanapañña Thera.
Jinakālamālī Index: An annotated index to the Thailand part of Ratnapañña's Chronicle Jinakālamālī. Oxford: The Pali Text Society/Chiang Mai: Silkworm Books. Footnote by P. Skilling – . For merit and Nirvan. i.,8, (. 2): Buddha "restraining the Sandalwood Image", p. 82. 7 The myth recorded here follows Forchhammer, E. (Report on the Antiquities of Arakan, I. Mahamuni Pagoda, (Rangoon: Superintendant, Government Printing), 1892, . ff) rendering of it found in the Arkanese manuscript Sappadānapakarana.
7 Hans Penth gives King Mangrai the dates 1261–1311. 8 CMC, fascicle l. The same period is treated in, for example, Tamnan Mangrai Chiang Mai, Chiang Tung [Chronicle of Mangrai, Chiang Mai, and Keng Tung, TMCMCTJ, ed. Wichaikhatthakha, Thiu and Dòkbuakaeo, Phaithun (Chiang Mai, 1993). 9 Such a mythic base of the chronicle's argument forms the centerpiece of fascicle 8 (ff°.
The chronicle was revised at least four times during the Chakri Dynasty. It was finally translated into English in 1968 by . Thus, the English version today is a "compendium of knowledge of several different ages and places, rather than of a singular time and place. The chronicle continues to be of interest to Burma scholars.
Computer-generated index to the first part of the Niddesa.
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