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Buddhist stupas in South Asia [Texte imprimé] : recent archaeological, art-historical, and historical perspectives /

de Hawkes, Jason (edt.) ; Shimada, Akira (edt.)
Collation: 1 vol. (XLII-346 p.) : ill., cartes. ; 22 cm. Collection: SOAS studies on South Asia Édition: New Delhi ; Oxford ; New York [et al.] : Oxford University Press, 2009.ISBN: 9780195698862 (rel); 019569886X (rel).Table des matières / Sommaire: The 'discovery' of buddhist stūpas in colonial period (section I)The stūpas and its religious meanings (section II)The stūpa in context (section III)Wider social, political and economic dimensions (section IV)The revival of a tradition (section V)The archaeology of stūpas: constructing buddhist identity in the colonial period / Himanshu Prabha RayThe colonial history of sculptures from the Amaravati stūpa / Jennifer HowesRelics of the Buddha: body, essence, text / Michael WillisThe power of proximity: creating and venerating shrines in indian buddhist narratives / Andy RotmanNature as utopian space on the early stūpas of India / Robert L. BrownNarrative sequences in the buddhist reliefs from Gandhāra / Kurt BehrendtShedding skins: Nāga imagery and layers of meaning in south asian buddhist contexts / Robert DeCaroliStūpas, monasteries and relics in the landscape: typological, spatial and temporal patterns in the Sanchi area / Julia ShawThe wider archaeological contexts of the buddhist stūpa site of Bharhut / Jason HawkesBuddhist ideology and the commercial ethos in Kuṣāṇa India / Xinru LiuThe urban context of early buddhist monuments in south asia / James HeitzmanAmaravati and dhānyakaṭaka: topology of monastic spaces in ancient indian cities / Akira ShimadaStūpa, story and empire: constructions of the Buddha biography in early post-Aśokan India / Jonathan S. WaltersRemembering the Amaravati Stūpa: the revival of the ruin / Catherine BeckerWhat makes a stūpa? quotations, fragments and the reinvention of buddhist stūpas in contemporary India / Jinah KimSujet RAMEAU: Stūpas Asie du Sud Histoire | Symbolisme bouddhique Asie du Sud Histoire | Antiquités bouddhiques Asie du Sud | Stūpas South Asia History | Buddhist antiquities South Asia | Buddhist decoration and ornament South AsiaThématique: Archéologie | Culture, art, littératureThématique spécifique: Architecture religieuse | Relique | Bouddhisme | Monuments | Stupa Géographique: Asie du Sud-Est Type de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Inde, Etats-Unis d'AmériquesNote: Tables des matières.
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Tables des matières.

Notes bibliogr. en fin de contrib, bibliogr. p. [310]-346.

The 'discovery' of buddhist stūpas in colonial period (section I) The stūpas and its religious meanings (section II) The stūpa in context (section III) Wider social, political and economic dimensions (section IV) The revival of a tradition (section V)

The archaeology of stūpas: constructing buddhist identity in the colonial period / Himanshu Prabha Ray The colonial history of sculptures from the Amaravati stūpa / Jennifer Howes Relics of the Buddha: body, essence, text / Michael Willis The power of proximity: creating and venerating shrines in indian buddhist narratives / Andy Rotman Nature as utopian space on the early stūpas of India / Robert L. Brown Narrative sequences in the buddhist reliefs from Gandhāra / Kurt Behrendt Shedding skins: Nāga imagery and layers of meaning in south asian buddhist contexts / Robert DeCaroli Stūpas, monasteries and relics in the landscape: typological, spatial and temporal patterns in the Sanchi area / Julia Shaw The wider archaeological contexts of the buddhist stūpa site of Bharhut / Jason Hawkes Buddhist ideology and the commercial ethos in Kuṣāṇa India / Xinru Liu The urban context of early buddhist monuments in south asia / James Heitzman Amaravati and dhānyakaṭaka: topology of monastic spaces in ancient indian cities / Akira Shimada Stūpa, story and empire: constructions of the Buddha biography in early post-Aśokan India / Jonathan S. Walters Remembering the Amaravati Stūpa: the revival of the ruin / Catherine Becker What makes a stūpa? quotations, fragments and the reinvention of buddhist stūpas in contemporary India / Jinah Kim

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