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Km-034-ZS-Z-01

Known as:Km-034-ZS-Z-01; paroi de droite
Cite this page as:Melanie Malzahn. "Km-034-ZS-Z-01". In A Comprehensive Edition of Tocharian Manuscripts (CEToM). Created and maintained by Melanie Malzahn, Martin Braun, Hannes A. Fellner, and Bernhard Koller. https://cetom.univie.ac.at/?m-km034zsz01 (accessed 28 Nov. 2023).

Edition

Editor:Melanie Malzahn
Date of online publication:2015-09-04

Provenience

Main find spot:Qumtura
Specific find spot:Cave no. 34
Collection:In situ

Language and Script

Language:TB
Linguistic stage:classical
Script:classical

Text contents

Text genre:Non-literary
Text subgenre:Painting caption
Verse/Prose:prose

Object

Manuscript:Km 34
Preceding fragment:Km-034-ZS-R-01
Following fragment:m-km034zsl01
Material: ink on wall
Form:Graffito

Transliteration

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a1/// ·[ā] tai – ¯[t] s· [ṅ]· rā[¯] [¯m] [ya] [ma] – sta ne ||
a2[n]· n[o] ·e – se n[a] [j]i wa [lo] pa ñä kte [p]· ·[a]ṃ – [n]e – – [ṣṣ]e [sa] ṅk·[ā]¯ ¯[m]

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Transcription

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a1 (kak)ātai (pa)t s(a)ṅ(k)rām yama(ṣa)sta-ne
a2 n(a)no (tw)e (pra)senaji walo pañäkte p··aṃ – ne – – ṣṣe saṅk(r)ām

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Translation

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a1 You invited (Buddha xy); you made a stūpa [and] a monastery.
a2 Again you [were] king Prasenajit; the Buddha ... the monastery of ...

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Commentary

Remarks

Drawing in Xinjiang Kucha Academy et al. 2014a: 10.

References

Edition

Xinjiang Kucha Academy et al. 2014a: 10

Bibliography

Xinjiang Kucha Academy et al. 2014a

Xinjiang Kucha Academy, Center for Research on Ancient Chinese History, Peking University, and Institute for Historical and Philological Studies of China’s Western Regions, School of Chinese Classics, Renmin University of China. 2014a. “库木吐喇窟群区第34 窟现存龟兹语壁画榜题简报 – A Brief Report on the Kuchean Captions Presently Surviving in the Cave No. 34, Kumtura Grottoes.” 西域文史 – Literature & History of the Western Regions 9: 1–32.