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Y.K. oo15. Fr. of Uigur MS. on soft light buff paper. Obv. z g IL:rather small writing, clear and black. Rev. z 811.
Y.K. oo16. Fr. of Chin.-Uigur MS. on thin whitish paper; incomplete all edges; writing well preserved. Obv. 6 II. Chin. Rev. 8 11. Uigur. 4' X 4r.
Y.K. ooi7. Three frs. 'Uigur MS., on thick brownish paper. Obv. (gr. mfr.) z 5 11. Uigur somewhat faded ; smaller frs., prob. belonging, parts of 5 and 4 11. Rev. in all, blank. Gr. fr. 4r x 8'.
Y.K. ooi8. Three frs. of Uigur MS., on smooth brownish paper ; clean and well preserved ; all edges
incomplete. Obv. (gr. fr.) 5 IL, other frs. . and 4 11. writing ; regular, well-spaced lines. Rev. in all, blank. Gr. fr. 5' X 2r.
Y.K. oorg. a-d. Four frs. of Uigur or Chin.-Uigur MSS., prob. from different MSS. (a) Light buff, smooth paper. Obv. parts of 8 11. Chin. apparently from treatise on names of Buddhas. Rev. parts of 9 11. Uigur, rather faint. 5 " x (average H.) 2 ". (b) Light brown paper. Obv. 5 II. Chin., good hand and good condition. Rev. 5 II. Uigur, rather faint. 4"x2". (e) Thin brownish paper. Obv. 2 11. Chin., large, clear. Rev. 5 11. Uigur, somewhat worn. 2' x 4". (d) Obv. Uigur only, parts of 4 11. Rev. blank. 2'x Ir".
OBJECTS FOUND OR ACQUIRED AT VARIOUS TURFAN SITES
Toyuk. 001. (Barat hill). Stucco relief fr. Torso of male fig. R. shoulder and breast bare. Over L. shoulder and under R. arm passes robe that covers rest of body. Flesh pink, robe red. Broken at neck and hips, R. arm at biceps, L. arm at elbow. Rather rough work. Clay mixed with fibre. 4' x 44".
Kara-khoja. oox. Solid-cast bronze statuette of standing Buddha. Wears long robe down to ankles, and upper robe covering both shoulders and arms and clinging close to front of body and limbs. Folds indicated by conventional incised curves. R. arm hangs by side;
L. upraised to shoulder, but hand broker' off. U§nisa; slightly elongated ears ; no halo. Back without detail.
Stands on hollow conical base formed of regular lotus pedestal resting on circular stepped throne.
Condition good. Purchased 20. X. 07. H. 3g", diam. of base xi'. Pl. VII.
Sassik-bulak. 001-2. Two votive clay reliefs, pear-shaped, convex behind, bearing impressions from mould of seated Buddha. Ground round Buddha covered with very faint inscriptions in low relief. Bad condition. Cf. Kha. ii. 0067. 2r X xi". Pl. Cxxxlx.
MISCELLANEOUS MANUSCRIPT FRAGMENTS FOUND AT VARIOUS TURFAN SITES
Toyuk. 002. a-c. Three frs. of Uigur MS., on smooth light buff paper ; found below caves, E. group, in refuse thrown out by diggers. (a) Inscr. on obv. only,. 6 11., black, regular. 3' x 3r. (b) Obv. 4 II. somewhat irregular writing ; rev. parts of 7 ll., small hand, very cursive. (e) Obv. a few chars. Chin. ; rev. ends of 4 11., large untidy hand. 4' X zg'.
Toyuk. 003. Three frs. of Uigur MS., on soft buff paper, felted. Obv. 7, 5, and 2 11. somewhat perished. Rev.
blank. From diggers' refuse as above. Gr. fr. 5' x (gr. width) 3".
Toyuk. 004. Fr. of Chin.-Sogdian (?) MS., on light brown paper. Obv. 5. 11. Chin. Rev. 7 11. Sogdian, well preserved. 3a' x 2.
Tallik-bulak. oox. Fr. of Uigur MS., on brown paper much decayed ; black regular writing. Obv. 5 Il., rev. 511. C. 6' x 3'. Also mass of decayed remains of Chin. and Uigur manuscripts, felted together and illegible.