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Michaël PeyrotLeiden University, Postbus 9515, 2300 RA Leiden, The Netherlands

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The Tocharian A Maitreyasamitināṭaka, a long dramatic text about the future Buddha Maitreya that is translated into Old Uyghur prose as the Maitrisimit, is one of the most important texts of Tocharian and Old Uyghur Buddhism. It is of crucial importance for Tocharian studies because even smaller fragments can often be interpreted successfully with the help of the better preserved Old Uyghur parallels. In this paper, the beginning of the 11th act about the birth of Maitreya is studied, comparing the Tocharian A and Old Uyghur fragments which are in part parallel and in part complementary.

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  • Geng Shimin Laut, Jens PeterPinault, Georges-Jean (2004): Neue Ergebnisse der Maitrisimit-Forschung. Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft Vol. 154, pp. 347369.

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  • Peyrot, Michaël (2013): The Tocharian Subjunctive. A Study in Syntax and Verbal Stem Formation. Leiden–Boston, Brill.

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