An Xuan

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An Xuan (C. 安玄) (fl. 168-189[1]) was a Parthian layman credited with working alongside An Shigao and Yan Fotiao (Chinese: 嚴佛調; pinyin: Yán Fúdiào) in the translation of Buddhist texts in Luoyang in Later Han China.

With Yan Fotiao, he is credited with an early translation of the Ugraparipṛcchā.



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