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*[https://www.academia.edu/5212434/Cousins_L.S._The_Early_Development_of_Buddhist_Literature_and_Language_in_India L.S. Cousins, The Early Development of Buddhist Literature and Language in India] gives a different theory of the Fourth Council
 
*[https://www.academia.edu/5212434/Cousins_L.S._The_Early_Development_of_Buddhist_Literature_and_Language_in_India L.S. Cousins, The Early Development of Buddhist Literature and Language in India] gives a different theory of the Fourth Council
*There is [https://opencontext.org/projects/b6de18c6-bba8-4b53-9d9e-3eea4b794268/ a project] to post images of the 5th Council's text of the [[Pali Canon]] on the internet.
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*There is [https://opencontext.org/projects/b6de18c6-bba8-4b53-9d9e-3eea4b794268 a project] to post images of the 5th Council's text of the [[Pali Canon]] on the internet.

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