1829 Callaway: Yakkun Nattannawā

Callaway, John (1792/1793-1841) [Übers.]
Yakkun Nattannawā : a Cingalese poem, descriptive of the Ceylon system of demonology, to which is appended, the practices of a capua or devil priest, as described by a Budhist. And Kōlan Nattannawā, a Cingalese poem, descriptive of the characters assumed by natives of Ceylon in a masquerade / transl. by John Callaway. Illustrated with plates form Cingalese designs. - London : Oriental Translation Fund, 1829. - xi, 64 S. : Ill.
Notiz: Einheitssachtitel: Yakun naṭanavā. Kōlan naṭanavā.

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Notiz: Daran angebunden: 1. Julien, Stanislas (1797?-1873): 灰闌記 = Hoeï-Lan-Ki, ou l'histoire du cercle de craie : drame en prose et en vers / trad. du chinois et accompagné de notes par Stanislas Julien. - London : Oriental Translation Fund, 1832. - xxxii, 149 S. : Ill. [Einheitssachtitel: Huilanji <franz.>]
2. Taḥsīn al-Dīn [Mīr Muḥammad Ḥusain ʿAtāʾ H̱ān (18. Jh.)]: Les aventures de Kamrup / par Tahcin-Uddin ; traduites de l'hindoustani par M. Garcin de Tassy. - Paris : Oriental Translation Committee of Great Britain and Ireland, 1834. - XI, 251 S. [Einheitssachtitel: Qiṣṣal-i Kāmrūp va kalā <franz.>]