404 REVIEWS analysis of the many problems in the history of Bactria is an impor- tant contribution and will undoubtedly stimulate many reactions from specialists in the field. 4 Jansz Crescent J. W. DE JONG Manuka ACT 2603, Australia Luciano Petech, Selected Papers on Asian History (Serie Orientale Roma LX ). Roma, Istituto Italiano per il Medio ed Estremo Oriente, 1988. XVIII, 412 pp. L. 85.000 Luciano Petech, Central Tibet and the Mongols. The Yuan – Sa-skya Period of Tibetan History (Serie Orientale Roma LXV ). Roma, Istituto per il Medio ed Estremo Oriente, 1990. V, 167 pp. L. 60.000 In 1984 Luciano Petech retired from the University of Rome where he had been teaching since 1948. On that occasion the Board of Directors of the Is.M.E.O. decided to bring out a selection of his writings. His Selected Papers comprise twenty-seven papers published between 1947 and 1984. A bibliography lists Petech’s writings up to 1986. Petech is well-known for his important contributions to the study of the history of Tibet, Central Asia, Nepal, China and India. He published his first book “A Study of the Chronicles of Ladakh” in 1939. This was followed in 1950 by “China and
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