Pali-Burmese Nissaya Fragment and Other Texts.

1st half 19th century (made)
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Palm-leaves; red lacquered in the middle with gilded edges.
29 folios; 2 cord holes
9 lines 100 char. Pali. Burmese round medium script. (Most folios are blank and some engraved with text ink badly faded).

Inf. from Mme. Filliozat of the National Bibliotheque, Paris. 1996


object details
Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Brief Description
Red lacquer and gilded palm-leaf Pali-Burmese nissaya fragment and other texts; Konbaung Dynasty; 1st half 19th century.
Physical Description
Palm-leaves; red lacquered in the middle with gilded edges.

29 folios; 2 cord holes

9 lines 100 char. Pali. Burmese round medium script. (Most folios are blank and some engraved with text ink badly faded).



Inf. from Mme. Filliozat of the National Bibliotheque, Paris. 1996
Dimensions
  • Length: 49.6cm
  • Length: 49.6cm
  • Width: 6cm
Style
Production
Part dated 1805 & part dated 1850



Attribution note: Explanation of difficult words used in the Tripitaka (words of the Buddha). Pali to Burmese.
Collection
Accession Number
IND.LOST.330

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record createdApril 12, 2000
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