Da Tang Sanzang sheng jiao xu bing xin jing: Huairen ji Wang Xizhi shu Sanzang sheng jiao xu bing xin jing
- Tang Taizong, Emperor of China, r. 627-649, Chinese, creator, author
Wang, Xizhi, 321-379, Chinese, creator, calligrapher
Horikoshi, Yoshihiro, Japanese, associated name, donor
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- Rubbing from stele of "Da Tang Sanzang sheng jiao xu bing xin jing" -- a monument about Xuanzang (596-664, a Buddhist monk active in Tang Dynasty). Inscription written by Tang Taizong (597-649, an emperor in Tang Dynasty). Calligraphy by Wang Xizhi and collected by Huairen (a Buddhist monk active in Tang Dynasty, 618-907) . Engraved by Zhuge Shenli and Zhu Jingcang (both active in Tang Dynasty, 618-907).
- 226 x 96 cm
- No linguistic content
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- Xi'an bei lin, Xi'an Shi, Shaanxi Sheng, China
- Citation/references: Beijing tu shu guan cang Zhongguo li dai shi ke ta ben hui bian, 1989, v. 15, p. 179. ; Zeng bu jiao bei sui bi, 1981, p. 530-535. ; Shan ben bei tie lu, 1984, p. 113.
General note: Script style: xing shu. ; Ta pian, folded, not mounted, 1 leaf, 33cm. ; Stele currently located in Xi'an bei lin, Shaanxi Province, China. ; For other information, please refer to HOLLIS number: 9717677
Historical: Stele date: 8th day of 12th mo. of 3rd yr. of Xianheng, Tang Dynasty (672).
- Harvard-Yenching Library, Harvard University
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