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Jacques Bacot (4 July 1877 – 25 June 1965) was an explorer and pioneering French Tibetologist. He travelled extensively in India, western China, and the Tibetan border regions. He worked at the École pratique des hautes études. Bacot was the first western scholar to study the Tibetan grammatical tradition, and along with F. W. Thomas (1867–1956) belonged to the first generation of scholars to study the Old Tibetan Dunhuang manuscripts. Bacot made frequent use of Tibetan informants. He acquired aid from Gendün Chöphel in studying Dunhuang manuscripts.

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Paris : Librairie d'Amérique et d'Orient, 1946-1948
 
 
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Paris : Presses Universitaires de France, 1947
 
 
Uniform title: Tun-huang manuscripts. Ms. 103. Polyglot
Paris : Librairie orientaliste Paul Geuthner, 1940
 
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