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Tōyō Bukkyō jinmei jiten / Saitō Akitoshi, I Chechan hen
東洋佛教人名事典 / 斎藤昭俊, 李載昌編
Bib ID 2875975
Format BookBook
Description Tōkyō : Shin Jinbutsu Ōraisha, 1989 
東京 : 新人物往来社, 1989 
425 p. ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 4404015917
Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Buddhists -- Dictionaries -- Japanese.  |  Buddhist priests -- Dictionaries -- Japanese.
Other authors/contributors Saitō, Akitoshi, 1930-  |  Yi, Chae-chʻang, 1916-
斎藤昭俊, 1930-  |  李載昌, 1916-

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