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Tuesday, 1 August 2017

Jo mo bTsan mo 'phan

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Other names / Alternative spellings 

jo mo bTsan mo 'phan (ms. PT 131 l. 28, PT 999 l. 5) 


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

Tshes pong ? 

btsun mo ?


Period of activity 

IXth century 

Reign of 'U'i dum brtan

Reign of 'Od srung

Fragmentation of the Tibetan Empire


Biographical data 

Jo mo bTsan mo 'phan was 'Od srung's mother (ms. PT 999 l. 5, see also PT 131 l. 28, 31). 


Titles 

jo mo (ms. PT 131 l. 28, PT 999 l. 5) 

yum (ms. PT 131 l. 31, PT 999 l. 5, PT 230 l. 7 ?)


Notes 

For a translation of ms. PT 131 and ms. PT 230, see Richardson 1992 p. 7-10.

According to later chronicles, jo mo bTsan mo 'phan was a consort of btsan po 'U 'i dum brtan and a rival of his other queen, the mother of Yum brtan. Jo mo bTsan mo 'phan most likely belonged to the Tshes pong family ("Tshes spong bza'" in Nyang nyi ma 'od zer 2010 ed. p. 413, "Tshe spong bza' g.Yor mo yum chen btsan mo 'phan" lDe'u jo sras 1987 ed. p. 141, "Tshe spong bza' btsan mo 'phan" in dPa' bo gtsug lag 2003 ed. p. 430... see 
'U'i dum brtan in "notes" for the variations in the names of the two queens).



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