Memoirs of Eminent Monks
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The Memoirs of Eminent Monks (Chinese: 高僧傳; pinyin: Gāosēng Zhuàn), also known as the Biographies of Eminent Monks, is a compilation of biographies of monks in China by Hui Jiao 慧皎 of Jiaxiang Temple in Kuaiji Mountain, Sichuan circa 530. from the introduction of Buddhism to China up to the Liang Dynasty The manuscript is 14 scrolls in length with the preface given in Scroll 14. The manuscript includes the biographies of An Shi Gao, Kumārajīva, Faxian, Dao An, Fotudeng, and others.
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