"A major contribution to our understanding of the rise of the Tangut as a cultural and political unity."-Studies of Central and East Asian Religions
"Ruth Dunnell's long-awaited book on Buddhism and Tangut state formation expands on themes raised in her earlier work on Tangut history, in particular, the place of Buddhism in the early Xia state officially founded by Li (Weiming) Yuanhao in 1038 and the role of the empress dowager regents in preserving that state against external and internal enemies."-China Review International
Subjects: History, Religion
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