Samuel Beal (1825-1889)

Country : Grande-Bretagne
Language : anglais
Gender : masculin
Birth : Davenport, GB, 27-11-1825
Death : Greens Norton, GB, 20-08-1889
Note :
Pasteur, philologue orientaliste. - Enseigna à University College, Londres, GB. - Recteur à Wark-on-Tyne, GB
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0001 0889 801X

Activities of Samuel Beal (1825-1889) (19 resources in data.bnf.fr)

Textual works (18)

Travels of Fah-Hian and Sung-Yun
The Fo-Sho-Hing-Tsan-King with Samuel Beal (1825-1889) as Translator
Si-Yu-Ki buddhist records of the western world with Samuel Beal (1825-1889) as Translator
Si-yu-ki
Selections from Buddha, by Max Müller with Samuel Beal (1825-1889) as Translator
Suh-Ki-Li-Lih-Kiu. The Suhṛillekha or "Friendly Letter", written by Lung Shu (Nâgârjuna), and addressed to king Sadvaha. Translated from the Chinese edition of I-Tsing by... Samuel Beal,... With the Chinese text with Samuel Beal (1825-1889) as Translator
The Life of Hiuen-Tsiang, by the shamans Hwui Li and Yen-Tsung, with a preface containing an account of the works of I-Tsing, by Samuel Beal,... with Samuel Beal (1825-1889) as Translator
The Fo-Sho-Hing-Tsan-King with Samuel Beal (1825-1889) as Translator
Abstract of four lectures on Buddhist literature in China, delivered at University college, London, by Samuel Beal,...
Texts from the Buddhist canon, commonly known as Dhammapada... with Samuel Beal (1825-1889) as Translator
The Buddhist Tripitaka as it is known in China and Japan
The romantic legend of Sâkya Buddha... with Samuel Beal (1825-1889) as Translator
A Catena of Buddhist scriptures from the Chinese, by Samuel Beal,...
Travels of Fah-Hian and Sung-Yun, buddhist pilgrims, from China to India (400 A. D. and 518 A. D.), translated from the Chinese, by Samuel Beal,... with Samuel Beal (1825-1889) as Translator
The Buddhist councils held at Ràjagr̥riha and Vesātī, translated from chinese by prof. S. Beal
For pen Hing Tsan King... with Samuel Beal (1825-1889) as Editor

Mixed works (1)

Buddhism in China

See also