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Sir Marc Aurel Stein,

(; 26 November 1862 – 26 October 1943) was a Hungarian-born British archaeologist, primarily known for his explorations and archaeological discoveries in Central Asia. He was also a professor at Indian universities.

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Ya Zhou fu di kao gu tu ji = Detailed report of explorations in central Asia, Kan-su and eastern Īrān / yuan zhu Aolei'er Sitanyin ; fan yi Wu Xinhua ... [et al.]
亚洲腹地考古图记 = Detailed report of explorations in central Asia, Kan-su and eastern Īrān / 原著奧雷尔・斯坦因 ; 翻译巫新华 ... [et al.]
Uniform title: Innermost Asia : detailed report of explorations in Central Asia, Kan-su and eastern Īrān, carried out and described under the orders of H.M. Indian government. Chinese
by Stein, Aurel, Sir, 1862-1943
Guilin Shi : Guangxi shi fan da xue chu ban she, 2004
桂林市 : 广西师范大学出版社, 2004
 
 
Sutain shūshū Chibettogo bunken kaidai mokuroku / [Yamaguchi Zuihō ... et al.]
スタイン蒐集チベット語文献解題目錄 / [山口瑞鳳 ... et al.]
Tōkyō : Tōyō Bunko : hatsubai toriatsukaijo Suiko Shoin, 1977-<1986>
東京 : 東洋文庫 : 発売取扱所汲古書院, 1977-<1986>
 
 
Saiiki shutsudo kanbun bunken bunrui mokuroku shokō. Hi-Bukkyō bunken no bu. Komonjo-rui
西域出土漢文文献分類目初稿. 非仏教文献之部.古文書類
Tōkyō : Tonkō Bunken Kenkyū Iinkai, 1964
東京 : 敦煌文献研究委員会, 1964
 
 
Meisha yoin kaisetsu ; Tonkō shutsudo miden koitsu butten kaihō, Yabuki Keiki hencho
鳴沙余韻解說 : 敦厚出土未傳古逸仏典開宝 / 矢吹慶輝編著
by Yabuki, Keiki, 1879-1939
矢吹慶輝, 1879-1939
Tōkyō, Iwanami Shoten, Shōwa 8 (1933)
東京 : 岩波書店, 昭和 8 [1933]
 
 
Sitanyin Xiyu kao gu ji / [Sitanyin zhu] ; Xiang Da yi
斯坦因西域考古记 / [斯坦因著] ; 向逹譯
Uniform title: On ancient Central-Asian tracks. Chinese
by Stein, Aurel, Sir, 1862-1943
Shanghai Shi : Zhong hua shu ju, Shanghai shu dian lian he chu ban : Xin hua shu dian Shanghai fa xing suo fa xing, 1987
上海市 : 中华书局, 上海书店联合出版 : 新華書店上海发行所发行, 1987
 
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