Articles, book chapters and books

2021

Aditia Gunawan & Evi Fuji Fauziyah . “The particle ma in Old Sundanese”, Wacana: Jurnal Ilmu Pengetahuan Budaya 22, pp. 207-223. ⟨hal-03193257⟩

Aditia Gunawan & Griffiths Arlo. “Old Sundanese inscriptions: Renewing the philological approach”, Archipel 101, pp.131-208 ⟨halshs-03275563⟩

Chollet Chloé & Goodall Dominic. “La prouesse martiale et les pieds de Śiva : Note au sujet de l’inscription préangkorienne K. 1373 du Phnom Sambok.” Bulletin de l’École française d’Extrême-Orient 106, pp. 379–400.

Francis Emmanuel. “Multilingualism in Indian Inscriptions: With Special Reference to Inscriptions of the Tamil Area”, in  Ciotti G. & McCann E. (eds), Linguistics and Textual Aspects of Multilingualism in South India and Sri Lanka, Indologie 147; NETamil Series 8, Institut français de Pondichéry / Ecole française d’Extrême-Orient. ⟨hal-03185234⟩

Furui Ryosuke & Griffiths Arlo. “A New Copperplate Inscription: Grant of the Village Kumudavillikā during the Reign of Śaśāṅka, Year 8”, Pratna Samiksha: a Journal of Archaeology, Centre for Archaeological Studies & Training, Eastern India 11, pp. 99 – 113. ⟨halshs-03219939⟩

Goodall Dominic, Chhunteng Hun, Kunthea Chhom, Diwakar Acharya, Chollet Chloé, et al. “Sectarian Rivalry in Ninth-Century Cambodia: A Posthumous Inscription Narrating the Religious Tergiversations of Jayavarman III (K. 1457)”, Medieval Worlds 13, pp.266 – 295 ⟨hal-03276029⟩.

Griffiths Arlo. “The Sanskrit Inscription of Śaṅkara and Its Interpretation in the National History of Indonesia”, Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde / Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences of Southeast Asia 177, pp. 1-26. ⟨halshs-03161298⟩

Griffiths Arlo. “Études du corpus des inscriptions du Campā, X : Le haut Campā de Gia Lai-Bình Định au xve siècle”, Bulletin de l’École française d’Extrême-Orient 106, pp. 363–77.
Soutif Dominique & Estève Julia. “Relecture de l’inscription K. 1312 de Prasat Khna, province de Preah Vihear”, Bulletin archéologique des Ecoles françaises à l’étranger. Link to the Open Access article : Relecture de l’inscription K. 1312 de Prasat Khna, province de Preah Vihear (openedition.org)

2020

Acri Andrea & Hunter Thomas M. “Translation as Commentary in the Sanskrit–Old Javanese Didactic and Religious Literature from Java and Bali”, Medieval Worlds 11, pp. 213–240. https://doi.org/10.1553/medievalworlds_no11_2020s213.

Anjaneya Sarma S.L.P. & Anandakichenin Suganya . “Reading Potna’s Mahabhagavatamu  as a commentary  on the Bhagavatapurana: a case in point”, in Anandakichenin S. & D’Avella V. (eds), The Commentary Idioms of the Tamil Learned Traditions, Collection Indologie n˚141, NETamil Series n˚ 5, Institut Français de Pondichéry / École française d’Extrême-Orient, pp. 491-522.

Balogh Dániel & Griffiths Arlo. DHARMA Transliteration Guide ⟨halshs-02272407v3⟩

Balogh Dániel Griffiths Arlo. DHARMA Encoding Guide for Diplomatic Editions [Technical Report], EFEO; Humboldt-Universität (Berlin); CEIAS – Centre d’Études de l’Inde et de l’Asie du Sud. ⟨halshs-02888186⟩

Francis Emmanuel. “Meykkīrtti : éloges royaux épigraphiques en tamoul”, in Kouamé N., Meyer E. P., Viguier A. (eds) Encyclopédie des historiographies : Afriques, Amériques, Asies : Volume 1 : sources et genres historiques (Tome 1 et Tome 2)., Presses de l’Inalco, pp.1201-1217⟨hal-02559087⟩

Francis Emmanuel. Compte rendu de Whitney Cox, Politics, Kingship and Poetry in Medieval South India: Moonset on Sunrise Mountain, Cambridge University Press, 2016. ⟨halshs-02894304⟩

Francis Emmanuel & Rousseleau Raphaël (eds). Rāja-maṇḍala. Le modèle royal en Inde, Editions de l’EHESS.

Francis Emmanuel. “Pierres & inscriptions: Usages royaux et locaux dans le Sud tamoul (VIIe-XIIIe siècles)”, in Francis E., Rousseleau R. (eds), Rāja-maṇḍala. Le modèle royal en Inde, Editions de l’EHESS, pp.51-80 ⟨hal-02927278⟩

Francis Emmanuel. “Showing the Way: The Metatextual Field of the Tirumurukāṟṟuppaṭai”, in Anandakichenin S., D’Avella V.B. (eds), The Commentary Idioms of the Tamil Learned Traditions, Indologie 141 / NETamil Series 5, Institut Français de Pondichéry / École française d’Extrême-Orient, pp.251-334.  ⟨halshs-02446514⟩

Furui Ryosuke. Land and Society in Early South Asia: Eastern India 400-1250,  Reprint Abingdon, Routledge.

Goodall Dominic. “Two Inscriptions from Liṅgaparvata (Vat Phu), one dating to Jayavarman I’s reign (K. 1059) and the other to Jayavarman II’s (K. 1060),along with a re-edition of K. 762”, Udaya. Journal of Khmer studies 15, pp.3-38 <UDAYA, Journal of Khmer Studies>

Goodall Dominic. “Note on the So-called “Vagabond” Stanzas of K. 235”, Udaya. Journal of Khmer studies 15, pp.195-198.

Goodall Dominic. “NANDIRĀŚI’S PĀŚUPATA MONASTERY: K. 1352 (590 śaka), a non-royal Sanskrit Inscription in Kampot from the reign of Jayavarman I”, in Mikaelian G., Siyonn Sophearith, Thompson A. (eds.), LIBER AMICORUM Mélanges réunis en hommage à / in honor of Ang Chouléan, Péninsule / Association des Amis de Yosothor, pp.325-343.

Goodall Dominic. “Tying Down Fame with Noose-Like Letters: K. 1318, A Hitherto Unpublished Tenth-Century Sanskrit Inscription from Kok Romeas “,  Tournier V., Eltschinger V., Sernesi M. (eds), Archaeologies of the written: Indian, Tibetan, and Buddhist studies in honour of Cristina Scherrer-Schaub, 89, Università degli Studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”, pp.205-224.

Griffiths Arlo. “Rediscovering an Old Javanese Inscription: Mpu Mano’s Donation in Favor of a Buddhist Dignitary in 888 Śaka”, Archipel 99, pp. 107–141. ⟨10.4000/archipel.1976⟩ ⟨hal-02860492⟩

Griffiths Arlo. “The Old Malay Mañjuśrīgr̥ha inscription from Candi Sewu (Java, Indonesia)”, in Tournier V., Eltschinger V., Sernesi M. (eds), Archaeologies of the written: Indian, Tibetan, and Buddhist studies in honour of Cristina Scherrer-Schaub, 89, Università degli Studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”, pp.225-262. ⟨halshs-0301360

Griffiths Arlo. “Inscriptions of Sumatra, IV: An Epitaph from Pananggahan (Barus, North Sumatra) and a Poem from Lubuk Layang (Pasaman, West Sumatra)”, Archipel 100, pp. 55-68

Lefèvre Vincent. “La Karatoyā. Grandeur et decadence d’un fleuve du Bengale”, in Fillozat P.S., Zinc M. (eds), Fleuves d’Asie. Centres de civilisation, Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres, pp. 169-189.

Lefrancq Coline. The pottery from Mazar excavations at Mahasthangarh (Bangladesh) and its implications for the Early Medieval Period of Ancient North Bengal”, in Myrdal-Runebjer E. (ed), South Asian Archaeology and Art 2014. Papers presented at the Twenty-Second International Conference of the European Association for South Asian Archaeology and Art held at the Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities/National Museums of World Culture, Stockholm, Sweden, 30th of June to 4th of July 2014, Dev Publishers & Distributors, pp. 205-214.

Lefrancq Coline & Hawkes Jason. “Accepting Variation and Embracing Uncertainty: Creating a Regional Pottery Typology in South Asian Archaeology”, Open Archaeology 6, 1, pp. 269-328.[https://doi.org/10.1515/opar-2020-0112]

Lefrancq Coline. “Circulation of Pots and People. Reflections on Trade-mark Potteries: from Bengal to South-East Asia”, in Hall K.R., Ghosh S., Gangopadhyay K., Mukherjee K. (eds), Cross-Cultural Networking in the Eastern Indian Ocean Realm, c. 100 – 1800, Primus Books, pp. 85-120.

Lefrancq Coline & Lefèvre Vincent. “2013-2015 Excavations at Mahasthangarh, Bangladesh. Preliminary results of the third phase of the France-Bangladesh cooperation”, in  Greaves L. R., Hardy A. (eds), Religions, Society, Trade and Kingship: Archaeology and Art in South Asia and along the Silk Road, 5500 BCE-5th Century CE, Research Presented at the Twenty-third Conference of the European Association for South Asian Archaeology and Art, Cardiff, 2016. Volume 1: Archaeology, Seals and Inscriptions, Iconography and Artistic Expression, Dev Publishers & Distributors, pp. 105-116.

Lubin Timothy. “Retrofitting a Vedic Origin for a Classical Hindu Goddess”, Journal of the American Oriental Society 140-1, pp. 37-46. ⟨halshs-03024668⟩

Sathyanarayan R. & Ciotti Giovanni. “A multilingual commentary of the first verse of the Nâmalingânusâsana, in Anandakichenin S. & D’Avella V. (eds.), The Commentary Idioms of the Tamil Learned Traditions, Collection Indologie n˚141, NETamil Series n˚ 5, Institut Français de Pondichéry / École française d’Extrême-Orient, pp. 443-489.

Soutif Dominique. “Yaśovarman Ier, le fondateur d’Angkor”,  L’histoire 470, pp. 42-43.

Soutif Dominique, Estève Julia, Chea S. & Swenson Edward, Rapport annuel de la mission Yaśodharāśrama, rapport non publié,APSARA-MAE-EFEO.

Tournier Vincent. “Buddhist Lineages along the Southern Routes: On Two nikāyas Active at Kanaganahalli under the Sātavāhanas”, in Tournier V., Eltschinger V. & Sernesi M.(eds). Archaeologies of the Written: Indian, Tibetan, and Buddhist Studies in Honour of Cristina Scherrer-Schaub, Università degli Studi di Napoli “L’Orientale” (Series Minor, 89), pp. 859-912.

Tournier Vincent, Eltschinger Vincent & Sernesi Marta(eds). Archaeologies of the Written: Indian, Tibetan, and Buddhist Studies in Honour of Cristina Scherrer-Schaub, Università degli Studi di Napoli “L’Orientale” (Series Minor, 89).

Sanyal Rajat . “The Donor-Executor Dilemma: Notes on an Enigmatic Inscribed Sculpture from Bihar in the Indian Museum, Kolkata”, Pratna Samiksha: a Journal of Archaeology 11, pp. 205-218.

Sathianarayanan Ramaraghaviah & Ciotti Giovanni. “A Multilingual Commentary of the First Verse of the Nâmalingânusâsana”, in Suganya Anandakichenin & D’Avella V.B. (eds), The Commentary Idioms of the Tamil Learned TraditionsIndologie  141, NETamil Series 5, Institut Français de Pondichéry / École française d’Extrême-Orient, pp. 443–489. 

Schmiedchen Annette. Upinder Singh, Political Violence in Ancient India, Reprint, Harvard University Press. https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03018993.

Wayan Jarrah Sastrawan.”The Word ‘Orangutan’ : Old Malay Origin or European Concoction ?”,Bijdragen tot de taal-, land-, en volkenkunde 176, 4, pp. 532-541. 


2019

Aditia Gunawan. “Textiles in Old-Sundanese Texts” Archipel 98, pp. 71–107. ⟨10.4000/archipel.1332⟩ ⟨hal-02514162⟩

Aditia Gunawan. Bhīma Svarga: Teks Jawa Kuna Abad ke-15 dan Penurunan Naskahnya, Perpustakaan Nasional Republik Indonesia.

Anjaneya Sarma S.L.P. “Tasya bhâvas tvatalau iti sûtravicârah”, Vidvatpratibha, Srisankara Advaitashodhakendram, Sringeri, p. 158–174.

Anjaneya Sarma S.L.P. “Patanjalishabdavicârah”, in Radhakrishnan Namboothiri T.P. (ed), Abhinavaprasada, Madras Sanskrit College, p. 34–44.

Degroot Véronique, Indung Putra, Ary Setyastuti, Subagyo Pramumijoyo, Agustijanto Indrajaya & Agni Sesaria Mochtar. “Candi Kimpulan (Central Java, Indonesia): Architecture and Consecration Rituals of a 9th-Century Hindu Temple” Bulletin de l’Ecole française d’Extrême-Orient 105, pp. 73-114.⟨hal-02934389⟩

Furui Ryosuke. “Sujanagar Stone Inscription of the Time of Bhojavarman, Year 7”, Pratna Samiksha: A Journal of Archaeology n.s. 10, pp. 115–22.

Goodall Dominic. “Damanotsava: on Love in spring, on what Jñânasambhu wrote, and on the spread of public festivals into the Mantramârga. Studies in the Saiddhântika Paddhatis II”, in Mirnig N., Rastelli M. & Eltschinger V. (eds), Tantric Communities in Context, Académie autrichienne des Sciences, p. 385–424.

Goodall Dominic. “Nobles, Bureaucrats or Strongmen? On the ‘Vassal Kings’ or ‘Hereditary Governors’ of Pre-Angkorian City-States: Two Sanskrit Inscriptions of Vidyāviśeṣa, Seventh-Century Governor of Tamandarapura (K. 1235 and K. 604), and an Inscription of Śivadatta (K. 1150), Previously Considered a Son of Īśānavarman I”, Udaya: Journal of Khmer Studies 14, pp. 23–85.

Griffiths Arlo. “Études du corpus des inscriptions du Campā, VI: Epigraphical Texts and Sculptural Steles Produced under the Vīrabhadravarmadevas of 15th-Century Campā”, in Griffiths A., Hardy A., Wade G. (eds), Champa: Territories and Networks of a Southeast Asian Kingdom, École française d’Extrême-Orient, Études thématiques 6, Paris, pp. 193-413.⟨halshs-02292578⟩

Griffiths Arlo & Chhom Kunthea. “A Problematic Inscription (K. 1237)”, Udaya: Journal of Khmer Studies 14, pp. 3–22.

Griffiths Arlo,  Hardy Andrew & Wade Geoff (eds). Champa: Territories and Networks of a Southeast Asian Kingdom 31, École française d’Extrême-Orient, Études thématiques ⟨halshs-02292575⟩

Lefrancq Coline, Hawkes Jason, C.M. Jaseera, Biswas N., Mohanty R.K. “A Typology of Practice: The Archaeological Ceramics from Mahurjhari”, Internet Archaeology 52 [https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.52.9]

Lefrancq Coline, Mohanty R.K., Hawkes Jason & Abbas R. “Report on the Dating of the Historical Period Site at Mahurjhari, Vidarbha”, Heritage: Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies in Archaeology 7, pp. 15-28.

Levivier Adeline. “Modéliser les données épigraphiques, création d’une ontologie pour le projet DHARMA”, in Aliquot J., Hue-Gay E. (eds), EpiNum 2019 : Actualités de l’édition numérique des corpus épigraphiques ⟨halshs-03029535⟩

Lubin Timothy. “The Late Appearance of the Gṛhastha in the Vedic Domestic Ritual Codes as a Married Religious Professional”, in Olivelle P. (ed), Gṛhastha: The Householder in Ancient Indian Religious Culture, Oxford University Press, pp. 95-106 ⟨halshs-03024616⟩

Sarma S.A.S. “Ancient Vedic Learning Centres of Tamil Nadu”, in Ravindran K.A (ed), The Panorama of Vedic Lore, Kadvallur Anyonya parishath & Vallathol Vidyapeetham, p. 51-63.

Sarma S.A.S. “Garuda-Bhuta-Tantra Texts of Kerala”, in Muralidharan V.R. & R.S. Sooraj (eds), Sanskrit and Cultural Studies: New Perspectives, Research Forum Sahitya & Department of Sanskrit Sahitya, Sree Sankaracharya University of Sanskrit, p. 776-784.

Sarma S.A.S. “Mâtrtantra texts of South India with special reference to the worship of Rurujit in Kerala and to three different communities associated with this worship”, in Mirnig N., Rastelli M. & Eltschinger V. (eds), Tantric Communities in Context, Académie autrichienne des Sciences, p. 539-570.

Sarma S.A.S. “Construction of Forts and Fortifications in Sanskrit Architectural Texts”, in Viswanathan K. (ed), Epistemological Diversity: Indian Tradition, Festschrift Volume presented to Prof. P. C. Muraleemadhavan, Vijaya Books, p. 275-286.

Sarma S.A.S. “Agnivesyagrhyaprayoga of Abhirama: A hitherto unknown ritual manual of Agnivesyagrhyasutra”, in Vinod Bhattathirippad P. & Shrikant S. Bahulkar (eds), Living Traditions of Vedas, New Bharatiya Book Corporation, p. 208-216.

Schmiedchen Annette. “Medieval Endowment Cultures in Western India: Buddhist and Muslim Encounters – Some Preliminary Observations”, in Auer B., Strauch I. (eds), Encountering Buddhism and Islam in Premodern Central and South Asia, De Gruyter, Berlin, pp.203-218. ⟨10.1515/9783110631685-009⟨hal-03012318⟩

Schmiedchen Annette. “Leitbilder und Legitimierung herrscherlicher Macht im mittelalterlichen Zentralindien (8. bis 13. Jahrhundert)”, in Albert M., Brüggen E., Klaus K. (eds), Die Macht des Herrschers. Personale und transpersonale Aspekte, V&R Unipress, pp. 277–297.

Schmiedchen Annette. “Herrschernamen als Legitimationsinstrument im frühmittelalterlichen Indien (6. bis 10. Jahrhundert)”, in Becher M., Hendrik H. (eds), Machterhalt und Herrschaftssicherung. Namen als Legitimationsinstrument in transkultureller Perspektive, V&R Unipress, pp. 175–192.

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