Year 103, 26 Era Azes?, Gondophares Month Vaiśākha Day 1
C.E. 45/46 Ruler Gudavhara Dynasty
Owner/donor Balasami Donor status Boyana
Subject Chapel School Type Royal Donation
Medium Stone Findspot Takht‐i‐Bahi, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan Last known location Lahore Museum, Pakistan (acc.no. I.1)
Editions Cunningham 1875, 58–60, pl. 16 no. 3; Senart 1890, 114–9; Boyer 1904.2, 458–65; Konow 1916, 800–2; Konow 1925–6; Konow 1929, 51, 57–62, pl. 12.1; Brough 1961, 521, 523 Other refs. Dowson 1877; Bühler 1896.7, 368; Smith 1914, 234; Otto 1916, 184; Majumdar 1924, 23 no. 66; Turner 1928; Marshall 1951, 46; Brough 1962, 73 n. 2, 82 n. 1; Harmatta 1964, 7–8; Shizutani 1965, 133, 146–147 (no. 1783); Bivar 1976, 336; Fussman 1980.2, 33–43; Pingree 1982, 357; Fabrègues 1987, 34–5; Vertogradova 1995, 85–6; Tsukamoto 1996, 1005–6; Bopearachchi 1997, 208, 213; Bivar 2003, 135–6; Salomon 2005.2, 364–5, 369; Mac Dowall 2007, 107; Docherty 2007, 90; Falk+ 2009, 207; Coloru 2009, 95; Salomon 2011.3, 139–40; Salomon 2011.4, 383–4; Falk 2015.2, 89–90; Karashima 2016, 50
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1. maharayasa Gudavharasa vaṣa1 20 4 1 1

2. sa[ṃ]ba[tsarae ti]śatimae 1 100 1 1 1 Veśakhasa masasa divase

3. [a]ṭham[e2 di 1 atra puñapakṣe] B[alasa]misa [Bo]yaṇasa

4. par[i]vara [ṣa]dhadaṇa sapu[tra­dhitarasa] Mira Boyaṇasa

5. erzuṇa Kapasa puyae madu

6. pidu puya[e]

Source: Konow 1925–6
Footnotes
1 Brough 1961; Konow 1929: vaṣ(*e)
2 Brough 1961; Konow 1929: [pra]ṭham[e]
Brough 1961; Konow 1929: [pra]ṭham[e]
Brough 1961; Konow 1929: vaṣ(*e)
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