Mélanges

Mélanges MÉLANGES. SE-TIAO. In speaking of the country Se-tiao (T`oung Pao, 1915, pp. 351, 373) I had overlooked the fact that M. CHAVANNES had drawn attention to this locality with reference to an interesting text of the Lo yay2g kia lcxn Iii (Journal asiatique, 1903, nov.-d6c., p. 531), adding that the information given by the cramana (Bodhibhadra) in regard to this country would merit a special examination. Hodhibhadra, after reaching the capital Lo-yang in 509, was interviewed by the Buddhist clergy of this place as to the customs of the southern countries and stated, "Formerly there was the country Nu-tiao, where four-wheeled carts drawn by horses were employed as means of conveyance. The country Se-tiao produces asbestine cloth made from the bark of a tree; this tree when exposed to a fire will not be consurned" ?) o Lo yang kia lccn hi, Ch. 4, p. 45 b, ed. of Han Wei tsCung s7zu). This is the passage to which I incidentally referred on p. 353, unfortunately relying on the T'it shu tsi c/t'?ii( , which has the wrong reading !Ii remark on this alleged country Kii-se in note 4 must accordingly be discarded). I avail myself of this http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png T'oung Pao Brill

Mélanges

T'oung Pao , Volume 17 (1): 390 – Jan 1, 1916

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MÉLANGES. SE-TIAO. In speaking of the country Se-tiao (T`oung Pao, 1915, pp. 351, 373) I had overlooked the fact that M. CHAVANNES had drawn attention to this locality with reference to an interesting text of the Lo yay2g kia lcxn Iii (Journal asiatique, 1903, nov.-d6c., p. 531), adding that the information given by the cramana (Bodhibhadra) in regard to this country would merit a special examination. Hodhibhadra, after reaching the capital Lo-yang in 509, was interviewed by the Buddhist clergy of this place as to the customs of the southern countries and stated, "Formerly there was the country Nu-tiao, where four-wheeled carts drawn by horses were employed as means of conveyance. The country Se-tiao produces asbestine cloth made from the bark of a tree; this tree when exposed to a fire will not be consurned" ?) o Lo yang kia lccn hi, Ch. 4, p. 45 b, ed. of Han Wei tsCung s7zu). This is the passage to which I incidentally referred on p. 353, unfortunately relying on the T'it shu tsi c/t'?ii( , which has the wrong reading !Ii remark on this alleged country Kii-se in note 4 must accordingly be discarded). I avail myself of this

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