Ancient Tibet: Research Materials from the Yeshe De Project
This account of Tibet's ancient history describes the early tribes, ancient kings, and great Dharma Kings of the eighth and ninth centuries. Timelines, 54 maps, glossary, topical outline, index.
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One Formation of the Tibetan Plateau
Two Modern Landforms
Three Ancient Environment
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A-zha ancestors ancient animals annals note Arabs Asian Avalokitesvara became began birth reign death Blon-po Bru-sha bSam-yas Buddha Buddhist Byang-thang Central Asia central Tibet century A.D. Chinese princess clan crust descendants Dharma Kings Dus-srong dynasty east emperor established feet forests glaciers gNam-ri gTsang-po Himalayas historians Ice Age India Indian plate Khotan Khri-srong-lde-btsan king of Tibet known Koko Kong-jo Kucha Kun-luns lakes land lDong lHa-sa lHa-tho-tho-ri lineage little kingdoms married Mes-ag-tshoms meters mGar Mi-nyag million years ago ministers modern monkey monks mountains Nan-chao Nepal northeast northern Padmasambhava plate Prince Qarluq queen Ral-pa-can records region river rulers rules Sad-na-legs Santaraksita Silk Route Sogdian southeast Srong-btsan Srong-btsan-sgam-po steppe Sum-pa T'ang annals T'ang China temple texts Thon-mi Tibetan culture Tibetan Empire Tibetan history Tibetan king Tibetan plateau Tibetan tribes Tibetan troops tradition translated Tsaidam Tun-huang Tun-huang documents Turkish Turks Uighurs Vairotsana Vimalamitra Western Yar-lung Zhang-zhung