Chinese archaeologists find sutras dating back to 618 during Tubo period in Tibet

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  • South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Chinese archaeologists find sutras dating back to 618 during Tubo period in Tibet” – below is their description.

    Chinese archaeologists have confirmed the discovery of ancient sutras that date back to the Tubo period (618-642) in Tibet, according to Chinese state media. The new batch of historical documents also includes imperial edicts from the Yuan dynasty and seals of Phags-pa script, which serve as important evidence of central governance during that time.

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