By H. E. Richardson
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CJ- Cf. DTH pp. 17, 20, 21, etc. INSCRIPTIONS AT ZHWA'I LHA-KHANG Translation quarter, he continually created peacefulness. In performance of his duties as great minister of the kingdom he continued to do only beneficial acts for the general good. In this way, both early and late, he was exceedingly loyal in everything and he frequently offered large gifts. 4 Although, in accordance with former precedents, I intended to bestow a suitable favour upon him, the Ban-de himself, adhering to the manners of a subject and the customs of a monk, requested that he should not receive any favour.
3. rje-blon. Thomas, TLTO II translates "eminent counsellor". Dagyab's dictionary gives "king and ministers" and see the Rkongpo inscription where the two words are separated by a shad (see p. 70). 31 REIGN OF KHRI SRONG-LDE-BRTSAN 755-c. D. The Bell at Bsam-yas Hanging at the entrance to the gtsug-/ag-khang of Bsam-yas is a fine bronze bell of Chinese design. An inscription in two lines runs round the upper part. It is divided into panels by vertical strapwork decoration. The text has been published by Tucci in TTK pp.
16 ma dang yum gyi mtshan dbyal gun gun ma; I. 59 dmu'i pha yab gyi mtshan na'a gtangs brags cha dang ma yum gyi mtshan dbyal drum cha'i ngur ngur; in AFL V I. 69 Thomas translates gtan in gtan gyis rogs bza ni as "husband"; in Pell T 1288 I. 119 khab dang dbyal du bzhed (took to wife) is echoed in Pell T. 1040 khab dang dbya/ du blangs ste and AFL I B khab dang dbyal du bgyis te; cf. Lhasa Treaty inscription, E Is. 25 and 28 khab du blangs. 3. The sixty attributes of the Buddha are listed in the Mahavyutpatti XX (TTK p.
A Corpus of Early Tibetan Inscriptions by H. E. Richardson