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[[File:Buddhist sects.png|thumb|Charta ostendit tres divisiones momentium Map showing the three major Buddhist divisions.]]
Thai monks blessing the [[Bhumibol Adulyadej|King of Thailand]] in Wat Nong Wong, [[Sawankhalok District|Amphoe Sawankhalok]], [[Sukhothai Province|Sukhothai]], Thailand.]]
 
[[File:Buddhist sects.png|thumb|Map showing the three major Buddhist divisions.]]
'''Theravāda'''([[Palice]] "[[schola]] senatorium monacorum") est haeresis [[Buddhismus|buddhismi]] quae adhibet praecepta [[Buddha]]e conservati in Canone Pali ut doctrina cardinis sua. Canon Pali est solum integrum buddhismum canon reliquens in [[Linguae Indicae|lingua classica indica]], Pali, quae ut [[lingua sacra]] et [[lingua franca]] servit Theravadae.<ref>Crosby, Kate; Theravada Buddhism: Continuity, Diversity, and Identity, 2013, page 2.</ref> Proprietate alia, Theravada solet conservativam esse re doctrina et disciplina monastica.
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Another feature of Theravada is that it tends to be very conservative about matters of doctrine and monastic discipline.<ref>Gombrich, Theravada Buddhism, a social history from Ancient Benares to Modern Colombo, Routledge; 2 edition (July 26, 2006), page 37</ref> [[Haeresis|Haerese]] distincta, Theravada surrexit in [[Ceylon]] [[Taprobane]] dispersaque in reliqua meridii orientalis [[asia]]e est.
 
As a distinct sect, Theravada Buddhism developed in [[Sri Lanka]] and spread to the rest of Southeast Asia.
 
Theravāda (Pali, literally "school of the elder monks") is a branch of Buddhism that uses the Buddha's teaching preserved in the Pāli Canon as its doctrinal core. The Pali canon is the only complete Buddhist canon which survives in a classical Indic Language, Pali, which serves as the sacred language and lingua franca of Theravada Buddhism.[1] Another feature of Theravada is that it tends to be very conservative about matters of doctrine and monastic discipline.[2] As a distinct sect, Theravada Buddhism developed in Sri Lanka and spread to the rest of Southeast Asia.
== Bibliographia ==
*[https://www.britannica.com/topic/Theravada Commentarius de Theravada ex Encyclopaedia Brittanica]
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