Note that below:
Th. = a text of the Pali Canon or later Theravān literature
My. = a Mahāyāna text in Sanskrit, Chinese or Tibetan
A. An·guttara Nikāya (Th. ); (tr. F. L. Woodward and E. M. Hare), The Book of Gradual Sayings, 5 vols., London, PTS, 1932–6.
A. A. Commentary on A.; untranslated.
AKB. Abhidharma-kośa-bhās$$yam [of Vasubandhu; a Sarvāstivāda work]; (tr. from Louis de La Vallée Poussin's French translation by Leo M. Pruden, Abhidharmakośabhās$$yam), Berkeley, Calif., Asian Humanities Press, 1988–90. References are to chapter and section numbers in original text.
Asl. At$$t$$hasālinī [Buddhaghosa's commentary on Dhs.] (Th. ); (tr. Pe Maung Tin), The Expositor, 2 vols., London, PTS, 1920 and 1921.
ASP. Ārya-satyaka-parivarta (My. ); (tr. L. Jamspal), The Range of the Bodhisattva: A Study of an Early Mahāyānasūt$$ra, 'Āryasatyakaparivarta', Discourse of the Truth Teller, Columbia University Ph. D. thesis, reproduced on microfiche, Ann Arbor, UMI, 1991 (Tibetan text and translation, with introduction, pp. 1–73). References are to page numbers of the translation.
Asta. As$$t$$asāhasrikā Prajñā-pāramitāSūtra (My. ); (tr. E. Conze), The Perfection of Wisdom in Eight Thousand Lines, and its Verse Summary, Bolinas, Four Seasons Foundation, 1973.
Bca. Bodhi-caryāvatāra [of Śāntideva] (My. ); translations as in: Shantideva, A Guide to the Bodhisattva's Way of Life (Bodhisattvacharyavatara), tr. from Tibetan by S. Batchelor, Dharamsala, India, Library of Tibetan Works and Archives, 1979. References to chapter and verse. Other translations are: