Year Era Month Day
C.E. Ruler Dynasty
Owner/donor Donor status
Subject School Type
Medium stone Findspot Brahmagiri, Chitradurga District, Karnataka, India Last known location
Editions Woolner 1924, 37; Hultzsch 1925, 175–8, pl. facing 177 Other refs. Smith 1909, 152–3; Smith 1920, 139, 153; Eggermont 1956, 61; Pingree 1982, 355; Andersen 1986.2, 91; Thapar 1997, 272; Smith 2005.3, 843–4; Singh 2008, 327; Einicke 2009, 433; Strauch 2012, 154; Falk 2013.2; von Hinüber 2017, 48; Scherrer‐Schaub 2017, 252–3
Asoka: The Buddhist Emperor of India
Asoka: The Buddhist Emperor of India
Asoka Text and Glossary
Inscriptions of Asoka
The Chronology of the Reign of Asoka Moriya: A Comparison of the Data of the Asoka Inscriptions and the Data of the Tradition
A Note on the Calendars Used in Early Indian Inscriptions
Die ta‐Partizipialkonstruktion bei Aśoka: Passiv oder Ergativ?
Aśoka and the Decline of the Mauryas
Networks, Territories, and the Cartography of Ancient States
A History of Ancient and Early Medieval India from the Stone Age to the 12th Century
Korrektur, Differenzierung und Abkürzung in indischen Inschriften und Handschriften
The Character of the Indian Kharoṣṭhī Script and the “Sanskrit Revolution”: A Writing System between Identity and Assimilation
Remarks on the Minor Rock Edict of Aśoka at Ratanpurwa
On the Early History of Indic Buddhist Colophons
The Poetic and Prosodic Aspect of the Page: Forms and Graphic Artifices of Early Indic Buddhist Manuscripts in a Historical Perspective

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Source: Hultzsch 1925