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date: 25 November 2020

Āryadeva. ( T. ’Phags pa lha; C. Tipo; J. Daiba; K. Cheba 提婆‎). 

Source:
The Princeton Dictionary of Buddhism
Author(s):
Robert E. BuswellRobert E. Buswell Jr., David S. LopezDavid S. Lopez Jr.

While traditional sources are often ambiguous, scholars have identified two Āryadevas. The first Āryadeva (c. 170–270 ce) was an ...

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