Dao'an

'''Dao'an''' (; 312–385) was a Buddhist monk, author and bibliographer, during the Eastern Jin dynasty. He was from what is now Hebei. His main importance was that of overseer of translation of Buddhist texts into Chinese, organizer of the Chinese sangha, author of exegetical works and compiler of the most important early catalogue of Chinese Buddhist translation in 374. Although this catalogue is itself lost, Sengyou reproduces much of it in his catalogue (T2145) completed in 515.

Dao'an is thought of as the founder of the cult of Maitreya in China. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Dao, Mai
Published 2014
International Monetary Fund

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by Dao, Mai
Published 2014
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by Dao, Mai
Published 2008
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by Dao, Mai
Published 2010
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by Dao, Mai
Published 2014
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by Dao, Mai
Published 2018
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by Dao, Mai
Published 2020
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by Dao, Mai
Published 2023
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by Dao, Mai
Published 2011
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by Dao, Mai
Published 2017
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by Dao, Mai
Published 2017
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by Dao, Mai
Published 2017
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by Dao, Son Duy
Published 2018
Springer International Publishing

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by Mitropolsky, Yuri A., Nguyen Van Dao
Published 1997
Springer Netherlands

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by Fang, Kai-Tai, Liu, Min-Qian, Qin, Hong, Zhou, Yong-Dao
Published 2018
Springer Nature Singapore

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by Ramalho, Luciano
Published 2023
Ren min you dian chu ban she = Posts & Telecom Press
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by Nixon, Robin
Published 2020
Zhongguo dian li chu ban she = China Electric Power Press
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