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0620 Innermost Asia : vol.2
Innermost Asia : vol.2 / Page 620 (Color Image)

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îo86   NOTES ON THE TIBETAN MANUSCRIPTS   [Appendix R

[2] . . er • ni • myi • gnano 1110 • phyed • tshun • chad • kyis • bdzer

Interlinear: dkoh • rial • §e • dag • byas • pas I de • ltar • myi • bde.

Reverse : a few aksaras of two erased lines.

If you are not able to come according to ... at the appointed time .... to ... is not permitted. As far

as half a year . . .

` Having been so lazy, in that way it is not good.'

20. M. Tagh. 0205. (Wooden slip, fragmentary, c. 7 x 2.5 cm. ; top part of a double tablet, with cavity

for a clay seal.)

Obverse: only the initial auspicious mark before the name of the addressee.

Reverse: [1]   II Nan • rje • po • Hp(g ?)rul . . .

  1. [bd]ag • flan • pa • [su]gs • [dm].

  2. bzan • yan • sriun • slar . .

To the minister of the interior Hphrul ... your humble servant ... strength ... health. Next .

2I. M. Tagh. 0256. (Wooden slip, apparently cut away to form a pen, C. 25 x 1.5 cm. ; 1. t of scrawled writing, perhaps a modern Dbu-med.)

22. M. Tagh. 0617. (Wooden slip, notched for the purpose of a tally : c. 24 x 2 cm.) Obverse: some obscured aksaras.

Reverse: blon I Mdo I bzan • [la]

`To Councillor Mdo-bzan.'

23. M. Tagh. 0238. (Wooden slip, with hole for a string, c. to x 2.5 C. ; 1. I of ordinary Dbu-can script,

partly erased.)

Obverse:... [s] • to • dres (res ?) • pa • bcu

Reverse: o II Li • Sen • ge II

Obverse: ` Years added together (?) ten.'

Reverse : ` The Khotani Sen-ge.'

24. Khad. 032. (Wooden slip, apparently complete, c. 18 x 2 cm. ; 1. t of rather mannerized Dbu-can script, partly erased.)

I : ri • skyal . ba • tsa I air.' • non • [tshun • chad .] bcu • bdun • tsam • mchis

Mountain escort ... As far as rearguard, about seventeen came.'

25. M. Tagh. 0344. (Wooden slip, complete, c. 9.5 x 2 cm. ; 11. 2 of ordinary Dbu-can script, much erased.)

  1. .. I : I Li : Byi : dehi : nas : bre . . -ca(-tsa ?)

  2. bch[u] • gse (gol ?) : chad : . . s[t]e The Khotani Byi-de's bre of barley . . ten . .

26. Khad. 037. (Wooden slip, mainly intact, c. 2o•5 x 2 cm. ; 11.3 of rather cursive Dbu-can script, partly erased.)

  1. o I .I Sin • gam • nas • chas • phan • chad • dro • dgons • lta • [bu] • chu • mgur . [dma • i1]     [sca]

  2. glo • snar • thub • par • thob • la • mtshan • yan • rkai • ra • dmadu • gzu[g]s • riin    

  3. par • bead • de • so • sas (seas ?) • kyis • bcah • ba • dan • dgras • [z]in • [slebs ?] . . .

Reverse: Three lines for the most part erased, leaving visible a few scattered aksaras (1. 3 : sres • tshun chad • dpun • sl ... liar • mchi).

The letter relates to a journey from Sin-§an (Mazâr Tagh ?), of what was done in the night and by day, and of something being seized by the enemy.

27. M. Tagh. 0252. (Wooden slip, fragmentary, c. 8 x 2.5 cm. ; 11. 2 of ordinary Dbu-can script.)

[I]   II Dge • bzan • gis • drafts . . .

[2]   yan

Conveyed by Dge • bzan.'

28. Khad. 034. (Wooden slip, partly broken away, c. 22.5 X 3 cm. ; 11. 3 of ordinary Dbu-can script, partly erased.)

  1. .. [s] ... la n Legs • kyi • [m]chid • gsol • bah I bar • du • sug[s • pad] .

  2. mchid • yige • las • snun • gsol • ii1 • mchis • na • I hdrul • bahi • hdabs