Buddhism exhibition 2013

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Buddhism exhibition 2013

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Online exhibtiion adapted from the exhibition 'Encountering Buddhist Asia: Sources of Irish knowledge from the sixth to the twenty-first centuries’

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Items in the Buddhism exhibition 2013 Collection

Irish English Primer map
Aesop’s fables are part of a pan-Eurasian folklore tradition shared with the Jataka tales of the Buddha’s previous lives: tales such as “The fox and the crow” appear in Aesop with one moral and in the Jatakas with a very different…

Irish English Primer (title page)
Aesop’s fables are part of a pan-Eurasian folklore tradition shared with the Jataka tales of the Buddha’s previous lives: tales such as “The fox and the crow” appear in Aesop with one moral and in the Jatakas with a very different…

Freeman&#039;s Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser (Friday, December 27, 1878)<br /><br />
This extract from the Freeman’s Journal, December 1878, reports on the religion of the Burmese people “which has often been observed in its external aspect to bear a striking resemblance to primitive Christianity”.

Tibetan-English dictionary (extract 2)<br /><br />
Sarat Chandra Das (1849 – 1917) was headmaster of the (Tibetan) Bhutia Boarding School in Darjeeling and travelled to Tibet several times from 1879 onwards, firstly as scholar and subsequently as spy for the British. Known (pejoratively) as “the…

Tibetan-English dictionary (extract)<br /><br />
Sarat Chandra Das (1849 – 1917) was headmaster of the (Tibetan) Bhutia Boarding School in Darjeeling and travelled to Tibet several times from 1879 onwards, firstly as scholar and subsequently as spy for the British. Known (pejoratively) as “the…

Tibetan-English dictionary (title page)<br /><br />
Sarat Chandra Das (1849 – 1917) was headmaster of the (Tibetan) Bhutia Boarding School in Darjeeling and travelled to Tibet several times from 1879 onwards, firstly as scholar and subsequently as spy for the British. Known (pejoratively) as “the…

A Tibetan-English Dictionary (decorative title page)<br /><br />
Sarat Chandra Das (1849 – 1917) was headmaster of the (Tibetan) Bhutia Boarding School in Darjeeling and travelled to Tibet several times from 1879 onwards, firstly as scholar and subsequently as spy for the British. Known (pejoratively) as “the…

An Irish English Primer (fables)<br /><br />
Irish-English primer together with a few of Aesop’s fables, in Irish and English.
Aesop’s fables are part of a pan-Eurasian folklore tradition shared with the Jataka tales of the Buddha’s previous lives: tales such as “The fox and the…

Ancient Accounts of India and China (title page)<br /><br />
In the European Enlightenment, sympathetic accounts of Chinese culture by Jesuit missionaries and others were often used to highlight the possibility of a secular and non-European civilization. Renaudot’s translation of Arabic texts - based on the…

Annales Minorum seu Trium Ordinum a S. Francisco Institutorum<br /><br />
Working in Rome, the Irish Franciscan historian Luke Wadding included the story of Odoric of Pordenone in this history of the Order. Odoric travelled to Sri Lanka, China and perhaps Tibet in the early 14th century with “Brother James of Ireland”.…