Der östliche Manichäismus – Gattungs- und Werksgeschichte
Vorträge des Göttinger Symposiums vom 4./5. März 2010
[Eastern Manichaeism – A History of Genres and Works]
Ed. by Özertural, Zekine / Wilkens, Jens
Aims and Scope
Manichaeism is a world religion that was widespread between Europe and China in various periods between the 3rd and 12th/13th centuries. Some 100 years ago the original literature of the Manicheans was rediscovered in Central Asia. These sources led scholars to realize that here, under the influence of other religions (above all Buddhism), special syncretic forms of the religion had arisen which could only be studied on an interdisciplinary basis. This volume contains the papers of an international workshop held by Turcologists and Iranianists (Göttingen Academy of Sciences, March 4-5, 2010) on the history of the genres and works of the literature of Central Asian Manichaeism.
- 24.0 x 17.0 cm
- x, 237 pages
- 10 Fig.
- Type of Publication:
- Buddhism; Iranian Studies; Manichaeism; Turcology; World Religion
- Academics, Libraries, Institutes