Magpie Kidney Tree Book, and in southern Thailand it is commonly known as the Bark Book (หนังสือบุด/nangsue but, Bud Book). Because the paper of the manuscript is different from white paper and black paper, it can be divided into two types: white paper manuscript and black paper manuscript. White paper is the primary color of bark, and general pigments can be written on it; Carbon element, when writing, is often written with white pencil, realgar or pigment and water. ¹Ï1_®õ°ê¶Â¥Ö¤â½Z Photo Credit: Zhang Yaliang
The black-skinned manuscript of Thailand, taken by the author at the Great Shadow Play Museum in Wat Khanon, Ratchaburi Province. As for the Bayeux scriptures, the leaves of the Palmaceae (Bedoro tree) are used as the medium. Because the Bayeux palm sms services leaves can prevent bacteria, they have been used for copying, narrating and recording scriptures since ancient times. The bay leaf palm leaves are processed into dried bay leaves, and local residents will use wooden pens to engrave them on the bay leaves, and then paint them with black ink to complete the color development.
After the engraving of the book, the Bayeux will be punched, threaded, and assembled into volumes. If the content records important classics or documents, people will also add wooden boards to the front and back of the Bayeux to protect the Bayeux. ¹Ï2_®õ°ê¨©¸¸g Photo Credit: Zhang Yaliang The Thai Bayeux Sutra, taken by the author in the general map of Chulalongkorn University. In various parts of Thailand, northern Laos, and Xishuangbanna, Yunnan, I have seen a lot of Bayeux scriptures, or stored in Buddhist temples, museums, and even the libraries of