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He then camped by the Wu Hai (Crow Lake) to wait for Kuo and his army. Kuo Tai-feng, however, had not built the palisades.
D . [University of Cambridge, 19531) presumably has dealt with the subject in great detail. In addition, the excellent book of E. Ziircher, T h e Buddhist Conquest ofChina (1972), despite mistakenly lumping T i and Ch'iang together and calling them all Tibetans, may be consulted with great profit. I 3 N o w written Dbus-gtsari. The second syllable was regularly written rtsati in Old Tibetan. ' 4 See Beckwith, 1977:208, 232, 260. B E F O R E THE E M P I R E 9 ilized Buddhist Indo-Europeans, and a nomadic one of Buddhistinfluenced Turkic and Mongolic steppe-warriors.
6 He was probably no more than a primus inter pares in that deeply cloven southern part of the Tibetan Plateau. 8These clan chiefsstate that early Tibetan methods of warfare were totally non-nomadic: warriors wore full suits of heavy iron chain mail, and dismounted to d o battle. ) In addition to OTC and other Old Tibetan sources, see Gardizi's Zayn a/-AkhbGv. The section dealing with Tibet has been newly translated by P. Martinez in "Gardizi's T w o Chapters on the Turks" (1982) 128-13 I . Gardizi says (p.