By H. E. Richardson
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D. In those regions many Buddhist temples had existed long before the arrival of the Tibetans who later founded their own temples and monasteries. Khri Srong-lde-brtsan is credited in the Skar-cung inscription (pp. 74, 75) and in DTH p. 114 with building temples "at the centre and on the borders, dbung mthar"; and some of those on the border, in the Tun-huang region, are named in TLTD II pp. 88-91. The inscription and the detailed bka'-gtsigs together thus show the existence of a considerable number of Buddhist institutions of some sort throughout Tibet and its dependencies in the middle of the reign of Khri Srong-lde-brtsan.
Phrul in relation to the early, legendary kings, as Madame Macdonald argues (lac. ), describes magical powers but for the historical kings it implies, rather, intellectual qualities, though of a superhuman nature. That is confirmed for the expression 'phrul gyi lha (which I formerly translated "divine manifestation") in Un ensemble semantique by Professor R. A. Stein (BSOAS XXXVI, 1973) who shows that 'phrul is there an analogue of Chinese cheng "sage" in the title of the Emperor, and in other instances also.
Apart from Klu-khong, his father and grandfather, the only other member of the clan of whom I find mention in early mss is the monk Rgyal-mchog-dbyangs (TLTD II p. 86). The place Ngan-lam Tshal sar-pa appears in DTH 18. The family may have been of Sogdian origin. The name Ngan or An is Sogdian according to Pulleyblank (TP XLI) and there were Sogdian colonies in the Lop Nor region (Pelliot JA. 1916) and near the Kokonor (Stein, Epopee p. 306 n. 69). 14. sog. Uray in AOH 1960 p. 48 dismisses the meaning "grass, straw" and sees a connection with sob "empty".
A Corpus of Early Tibetan Inscriptions by H. E. Richardson