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III.B.4. Buddhist Writings

The following article contains biographical information on Tsan‑ning 贊寧(919‑1001), the most influential of Sung Buddhist historians; notes sectarian histories of the Ch'an sect and Buddhist chronicles; and gives various bibliographical information including a chronological table of Buddhist historical works written during the Sung period.
(W) PJ5.D4
LoC: PJ5 .D4
"Buddhist Historiography in Sung China."
Jan Yun-hua.
Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft114 (1964): 360-381.

There appears to be no listing of Buddhist writings from the Sung period that includes all the Sung texts found in the Buddhist canon. In the following work consult Appendix II for translators (Northern Sung: cols. 449-457) and Appendix III for authors (Northern and Southern Sung: cols. 464-466).
Ref (W) BQ1219.N36 1883
LoC: Z7059 .M18 China
A Catalogue of the Chinese Translation of the Buddhist Tripitika.
Bunyiu Nanjio [Nanjō Bun'yū] 南條文雄(1849-1927)]comp.
Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1883. 240 p.
McMullen # 176.

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