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Summary M. I. Vorobyova Desyatovskaya

. . Sanskrit Tripitaka in the light of paleographical studies (19202000) Sanskrit Tripitaka a corpus of Buddhist canonical texts in Sanskrit, unlike fully extant Pli Tipitaka, is known in original only fragmentarily, in manuscripts revealed in Eastern Turkestan oases and in north western India. Paleographical studies (19202000) demonstrate that dogmatical parts of Sanskrit and Pli canons Sutra (the collection of sermons) and Vinaya (religious disciplinary code) were formed synchronically in the traditions of different schools of early Buddhism. Expounding the results of her own investigations of a Buddhist manuscript found in 1966 near Bairam Ali (oasis of Merv), the author shows that the core of Sarvstivda Vinaya consisted of three texts Prtimoksa-stra, Vinayavibhaga and Vinayavastu.

Key words: Buddhism, Buddhist canonical literature, Buddhist manuscripts from Eastern Turkestan, Merv, Bairam Ali manuscript.



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