SOAS University of London

Department of Religions & Philosophies, School of History, Religions & Philosophies

Jaina-Prosopography Project Publications

Flügel, P. (2017) 'Johannes Emil Otto Klatt (1852–1903). Forgotten Chronicler of Jainism and Bibliographer of Oriental Literature: Letters to Albrecht Weber 1874–1882, Ernst Kuhn 1881–1889, Charles Rockwell Lanman 1889 and Ehrhardt Karras 1891, with Curricula Vitae, and a Complete Bibliography of Johannes Klatt’s Works.' Berliner Indologische Studien, 23 (1). pp. 1-76.

Flügel, P. (2016) 'Life and Work of Johannes Emil Otto Klatt (1852-1903).’ Jaina-Onomasticon. By Johannes Klatt. Edited by P. Flügel & K. Krümpelmann. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz (Jaina Studies 1).

Flügel, P. & K. Krümpelmann, eds. (2016) Jaina-Onomasticon by Johannes Klatt. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz (Jaina Studies 1).

Flügel, P. (2014) 'Historical Sources on the Lonkagaccha- and Sthanakavasi-Traditions in Johannes Klatt’s Jaina-Onomasticon.' Indian and Buddhist Studies: Felicitation Volume in Honor of President Dr. Shouou (Kiyoaki) Okuda in Recognition of his Scholarship Extending over 50 Years. Vol. II. Jaina Studies. Chief Editor: Toshihiko Kimura. Osaka: Kosei Publishing, pp. 314-333.

Flügel, P. (2009) 'Jain Monastic Life: A Quantitative Study of the Terapanth Svetambara Mendicant Order.' Jaina Studies - Newsletter of the Centre of Jaina Studies 4: 24-29 (Reprints: Svasti. Essays in Honour of Prof. Hampa Nagarajaiah for his 75. Birthday. Ed. Nalini Balbir, pp. 381-392. Krishnapuradoddhi: K.S. Muddappa Smaraka Trust, 2010; Tulsi Prajña December 2010).

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Balbir, N. (2014) ‘Réseaux religieux et familiaux dans les colophons des manuscrits jaina de l’Inde occidentale.’ Eurasian Studies 17, 1-2 (2014) 217-256.

Bronner, Y. (2015-) Pandit: A Prosopographical Database for Indic Texts. http://reviewing.03.bronner.amirsimantov.com 

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Perso-Indica: An Analytical Survey of Persian Works on Indian Learned Traditions (2010-17): http://persoindica.net/about-aims-method 

PIR = Prosopographia Imperii Romani. Berlin 1897-2015.

PLRE = Jones, A.H. M., J.R. Martindale & J. Morris (1971-92) The Prosopography of the Later Roman Empire.CUP.

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