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The styles are (i) epigraphic, the style of the pillar inscriptions; (ii) square, a style used in copies of imperially sanctioned texts from Central Tibet; (iii) sutra, the style of the scriptoriums where hundreds of copies of sutras were made for the Tibetan empire; (iv) official, the style of official scribes, including a headed and headless form; (v) monastic, the informal style used by monks in their own activities of note-taking, commentary etc.There are of course general categories and there is a lot of variation within each style, but each is linked to a particular social context, and so has its own coherent identity.Thus we have a span of, more or less, two centuries.In an article in a new collection, I have developed a typology of writing styles practiced during the Tibetan empire, as we find them in the sources that we know come from the imperial period.Older known human camps do exist in the region, dating to between 9,000 and 15,000 years ago, but they were likely short-term, seasonal sites, the researchers said.

In the case of the Tibetan manuscripts from the sealed cave in Dunhuang, the range of possible dates begins with the Tibetan conquest of Dunhuang (786/7) and continuing to when the cave was sealed at the beginning of the eleventh century.

"[The footprints] are hardened, so they were able to stay there for thousands or tens of thousands of years." After humans left Africa, they spread across the globe, but it's not entirely clear when they made it to the mountainous region of Tibet, the researchers said.

So, when the Chusang site, which shows clear signs of ancient human occupation, was discovered in 1998, researchers rushed to study it.

Later they calculated the recursive date of the Winter Solstice, which was then fixed as the beginning of a year.

They also extracted some ideas from the Indian Calendar when Buddhism was introduced from there.

In the case of the Tibetan manuscripts from the sealed cave in Dunhuang, the range of possible dates begins with the Tibetan conquest of Dunhuang (786/7) and continuing to when the cave was sealed at the beginning of the eleventh century."[The footprints] are hardened, so they were able to stay there for thousands or tens of thousands of years." After humans left Africa, they spread across the globe, but it's not entirely clear when they made it to the mountainous region of Tibet, the researchers said.So, when the Chusang site, which shows clear signs of ancient human occupation, was discovered in 1998, researchers rushed to study it.Later they calculated the recursive date of the Winter Solstice, which was then fixed as the beginning of a year.They also extracted some ideas from the Indian Calendar when Buddhism was introduced from there.Every one dresses in his/her finest closthes to do holy circuit around monasteries and temples.