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Phags-pa (ruler of Tibet), 1235 1280 Tibetan scholar-monk who set up a Buddhist on any word to see a definition from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary.

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Suggested Pdf Resources

Phags-pa - Unicode
Phags-pa. Range: A840–A87F. This file contains an excerpt from the character code tables and list of character names for.
The Unicode Standard, Version 5.2--electronic edition
SC2/WG2 N2622
(Phags-pa is derived from Tibetan, and so some characters are similar).
'Phags-pa Chinese and the Standard Reading Pronunciation of
W. South Coblin A Handbook of 'Phags-pa Chinese
A Handbook of 'Phags-pa Chinese. W. South Coblin.

Suggested News Resources

The hill of Namo Buddha (or Tagmo Lujin in Tibetan) is – the Golden Light Sutra (phags pa gser 'od dam pa'i mdo) tells us – the very place where the Buddha (in a previous incarnation) gave up his body to feed a starving tigress and her four cubs.

Suggested Web Resources

'Phags-pa script - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
'Phags-pa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
'Phags-pa. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Phags-pa alphabet
Information about the Phags-pa alphabet, which was created to write Mongolian during the 13th century.
BabelStone : Phags-pa Script
Pages relating to the Phags-pa script used to represent Mongolian, Chinese and other languages within the Mongol Empire of the 13-14th centuries.
Phagspa (1235-1280) was a Tibetan who played a very important role in the history of Mongolia.

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