UvV--Prajnavarman's Udanavargavivarava: Transliteration of Its Tibetan Version (Based on the Xylographs
of Chone/Derge and Peking), ed.
the xylographs commissioned for the commentary, Vellutello's philological work, digital versions of the commentary (all deplorably error-ridden), and the extent of Vellutello's debt to commentators besides Landino (particularly Martino Paolo Nibia, who edited Jacopo della Lana's commentary in 1478, and the Chiose Ambrosiane).
Pirovano's discussion of the xylographs deserves special mention.
Catalogue of Oriental Manuscripts, Xylographs
This is the nineteenth part of the thirteenth volume of the great series describing the Oriental manuscripts and xylographs kept in German libraries.
As to the issue of manuscripts imitating xylographs, these may be copies of prints or modeled after prints, but usually a xylograph itself is a reproduction of a calligraphic handwriting, and it is certain that well-made new printing blocks may produce clear and shag) lines.
It is a revised, late-sixteenth-century edition of a presumably fourteenth-century translation, of which the Berlin Turfan Collection has a xylograph fragment (see D.
Heissig in his well-known study of Mongol xylographs of Buddhist texts.
The commentary's earliest xylograph from blocks that were carved in 1449 and housed in Dga' ldan monastery(81) has the identical reading of this passage, as have the other received xylographs of the same.
The last argument of both the texts of the xylograph and handwritten dbu med manuscript comes to a rather abrupt halt, after which the first colophon relates, rather inelegantly, the following admonition:(45)
Dga' ldan phun tshogs gling xylograph of 1666, 11 folios.
Van der Kuijp has located two Mongol blockprints (hor sp/par ma) of the Tshad ma rigs pa'i gter, both of which verify the reading reported in the commentaries of both Go rams pa Bsod nams seng ge (1429-89) and Gser mdog pan chen Sakya mchog ldan (1428-1507) that classifies these prasangas into four of similar type and fourteen of dissimilar type (van der Kuijp, "Two Mongol Xylographs
(hor par ma) of the Tibetan Text of the Sa skya Pandita's Work on Buddhist Logic and Epistemology," JIABS 16.