Wei shih er shih lun; or, The treatise in twenty stanzas on representation-only, by Vasubandhu. Translated from the Chinese version of Hsüan Tsang, Tripitaka master of the T'ang dynasty by Clarence H. Hamilton.

; Hamilton, Clarence Herbert, 1886- translator
New York : Kraus Reprint Corp., 1967.

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Other Title Representation-only, The treatise in twenty stanzas on.
Other Authors Hamilton, Clarence Herbert, 1886-
Subjects Xuanzang, approximately 596-664.
Series American oriental series ; v. 13.
Description 82 pages.
Notes Originally published: New Haven, CT : American Oriental Society, 1938.
Includes Chinese text.
"Hsüan Tsang's Wei-shih-er-shih-lun is the Chinese version of ... the ... Sanskrit ... Vijñaptimātratāsiddhi; Vimśatikā."--Introduction.
Bibliography (Selected) : pages 81-82.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm00170640
(OCoLC)170640
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