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In this paper two Old Uyghur fragments are edited and discussed. Both are unique, and since there are no continuous lines their interpretation is extremely difficult. While the first one seems to be part of an unknown Buddhist sūtra, the other one belongs to a Buddhist confession text. In both remnants rare words occur, among them yemdük which is so far not attested in Old Uyghur.doi:10.35236/jots.350459 fatcat:354tqawfebalpl3p4gwoqcn2ce