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The Pre-Imperial Tibet[1] refers to the Yarlung Dynasty of Tibet, before the rise of the Tibetan Empire in the 7th century.

The Pre-imperial Yarlung Dynasty rulers are more mythological than factual, and there is insufficient evidence of their definitive existence.[2]

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  1. ^ Beckwith, Christopher I. (1977). A Study of the Early Medieval Chinese, Latin, and Tibetan Historical Sources on Pre-Imperial Tibet. Indiana University PhD Dissertation.
  2. ^ Haarh, Erik: Extract from "The Yar Lun Dynasty", in: The History of Tibet, ed. Alex McKay, Vol. 1, London 2003, p. 147; Richardson, Hugh: The Origin of the Tibetan Kingdom, in: The History of Tibet, ed. Alex McKay, Vol. 1, London 2003, p. 159 (and list of kings p. 166-167).