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, a historical period — comprises “Th e Tsenpo’s Imperial Domin- ion” (51–83); a third is characterized by “Fragmentation and Hegemonic Power” (84–126), whereas a fourth is devoted to “Th e Rule of the Dalai Lamas” (127–174). Th e concluding chapter, “Tibet in the Modern World” (269–300), rounds up

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