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both surfaces, representing different documents, and there is a large number of palimpsests. In 1974 the plan of publishing a comprehensive edition of the Parthian ostraca was adopted by the Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum. The editors hoped that the edition would be completed within a few years, but

. [A. Esteller, "Problems in the Text-Critical Reconstruction of the ~gveda-Palimpsest (Sarphitä)", pp. 1-16; T. Burrow, "Cä- J)akya and Kautalya", pp. 17-31; S.H.Askari, "Hunting in India under the Early Turks", pp. 33-43; J. Duncan M. Derrett, "Showing a Big Bull: A Piece of Hy- pocrisy in the Mitäk

Frederick M. Smith, J. C. Heesterman, Chr Lindtner and Boris Oguibénine

not uniquely, as a palimpsest of Hindu ritual (p. 6). Essentially, the Draupadi cult takes the MBh, as well as both Veda and Vedic ritual, and reshapes them to conform with contemporary ritual and ideological needs. While both studies have a strong comparative orientation, B tends to be rather more

K. R. Norman, Harry Falk, Kenneth G. Zysk, Frederick M. Smith, David P. Jackson, Claus Oetke and Claus Vogel

living Mahdbhdrata" (135). In order to realize this South Indian goddess-based Mahhbhhrata, a certain amount of "mythological palimpsest" (444) must occur. For example, Draupadi must take a second birth in Gingee. And a few features of the local mythological landscape must be introduced. Among the latter

& XLIX ( = Golden Jubilee Volume). 1968. xv, 465 pp. \[A. Esteller, "Problems in the Text-Critical Reconstruction o f the l~gveda-Palimpsest (Sa .rffftitfi)", pp. 1-16; T. Burrow, "Cfi- .nakya and Kau~alya", pp. 17-31 ; S.H.Askari, "Hunting in India under the Early Turks", pp. 33-43; J. Duncan M. Derrett

Rahul Peter Das

"palimpsest". Note also the theory of Mitra 1984 referred to in note 36. 35 T h o u g h he h e r e argues against it, this is otherwise a favourite term of Kuiper's; cf. note 12. 36 Incidentally, Witzel 1992 once (p. 614) refers approvingly to similar views from Kuiper's work being discussed here, b u t

A Tide of Merit

Royal Donors, Tāmraparṇīya Monks, and the Buddha’s Awakening in 5th–6th-Century Āndhradeśa

Vincent Tournier

of Religious History 33 (2): 149–164. Morrissey, Nicholas. 2009. ‘Śākyabhiksus, Palimpsests and the Art of Apostasy: The Emergence and Decline of Mahāyāna Buddhism in Early Medieval India.’ Ph.D. Diss., Los Angeles: Univeristy of California. Nakanishi Maiko, and Oskar von Hinüber. 2014

Vincent Tournier

. Calcutta. Morrissey, Nicholas M. 2009. “Śākyabhikṣus, Palimpsests and the Art of Apostasy: The Emergence and Decline of Mahāyāna Buddhism in Early Medieval India.” PhD diss. Los Angeles: University of California. Murakami Shinkan. 2008. “Early Buddhist Openness and Mahāyāna Buddhism.” Nagoya Studies in