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Thursday, 27 July 2017

Cog ro Cung bzang 'dam kong

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Other names / Alternative spellings 


Social groups (status, family, lineage...) 

Cog ro family


Period of activity 

VIIIth century ? 



Biographical data 

Cog ro Cung bzang 'dam kong was part of the Tibetan delegation including Khri gdas that paid homage to the 'A zha ruler Ma ga tho gon kha gan [prior to Monkey year 708 ?] (ms. ITJ 1368 l. 1-3). 


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