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C Library of Congress Catalog Number For the general reader's convenience, Tibetan words appearing in the text are given in phonetic transcription, with correct translations provided in the glossary.
Chinese terms appear in the form in which they are most commonly encountered in the literature relevant to this topic. In many cases this form corresponds to Pinyin transliteration, but when it does not the Pinyin spelling is given in parentheses where the word first appears.
Edited by Michal M. I would first like to congratulate the Museum on its success in putting together such a fine collection of representative Tibetan rugs for exhibi tion.
Tibetan crafts have always had a strongly indigenous character, sometimes incorporating but never depending on foreign influences. Wool was a plentiful and easily procured commodity in Tibet, and articles made from it were therefore very common throughout the countr!
Woolen tents, for example, were home to the approximately one third of Tibetans who were nomads. Rugs were thus natural items for Tibetans to produce. They were not simply utilitarian articles, for they also constituted a medium for creative expression.