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S. I. 815. "L'Art et Les Artistes." - October, 1913.
Article on "La Peinture en Orient et en Extreme-Orient.
By Marquise de Treassau

Laufer, Dr. Berthold.

S. I. 323. Chinese Clay Figures, Part I.
S. I. 324. Der Roman Einer Tibeteschen Konigin.
S. I. 325. Jade.
S. I. 862. Asbestos and Salamander. An essay in Chinese and Hellenistic Folk-lore.
S. I. 863. Beginnings of Porcelain in China.
S. I. 864. Bird Chariot in China, and Europe, The. 
S. I. 865. Bird Divination Among the Tibetans.
S. I. 866. Burkman.
S. I. 867. Cardan's Suspension in China. 
S. I. 868. Chinese Grave Sculptures of the Han Period.
S. I. 869. Chinese Madonna, A.
S. I. 870. Chinese Pottery in the Philippines. (P.S. by B. L.)
S. I. 871. Christian Art in China.
S. I. 872. Confucius and His Portraits.
S. I. 873. Confucius (In "Open Court") Part I of S. I. 872.
S. I. 874. The Diamond.
S. I. 875. The Eskimo SCrew and a Culture-Historical Problem.
S. I. 876. Concerning the History of Finger Prints.
S. I. 877. Excerpt from Address on the Freer Collection.
S. I. 878. Historical Jottings on Amber in Asia.
S. I. 879. The Nichols Mo-so Manuscript.
S. I. 880. A Plea for the Study of Medicine and Natural Sciences
S. I. 881. Relations of the Chinese to the Philippine Islands
S. I. 882. Optical Lenses. Burning-Lenses in China and India.
S. I. 883. The Si-hia Language. A Study in Indo-Chinese Philology
S. I. 884. The Story of Pinna and the Syrian Lamb.
S. I. 885. Melanges. Three Tokharian Bagatelles.
S. I. 886. Language of the Yue-chi or Indo Scythians.
S. I. 951 Sino-Iranica.
S. I. 979 Two Chinese Imperial Jades. [Fine Arts JOurnal - Hune, '15, CP]
SI 992 Five newly discovered bas-reliefs of the Han Period. (P) 1912.
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