Year 77 Era Azes Month Śrāvaṇa Day 24
C.E. 29/30 Ruler Dynasty
Owner/donor Donor status
Subject School Type relic establishment
Medium stone Findspot unknown Last known location Museum für Asiatische Kunst, Berlin, Germany (MIK I 5892)
Editions Bailey 1982.2, 150–5; Fussman 1984, 33–8; Salomon 1984; Mukherjee 1988, 7–10; Falk 1998.2, 87–95, 97–8; Falk 2008.6; Baums 2012, 216–217 (no. 17) Other refs. Fussman 1987, 70; Schopen 1988, 530; Neelis 1992, 78 (no. 9); Tsukamoto 1996, 946–8; Mukherjee 1997.1; Ghose 2000; Falk 2003, 75–6; Salomon 2005.2, 360–1, 379, 385; Falk 2005.2, 347, 351; Radich 2007, 526; Mac Dowall 2007, 107; Luczanits 2008, 105; Samad 2008, 191–2; Falk 2008.4, 262; Luczanits 2008.3, 75; Braarvig+ 2010, 71; Neelis 2011, 241; Salomon 2012.2, 165, 170, 179, 184, 187–8; Jongeward 2012.3, 265 (no. 131); Jongeward 2012, 97; Strauch 2012, 148; Baums 2018.3, 37–8, 40–1; Baums 2018.4, 62, 66; Scherrer‐Schaub 2018, 123
Comments Earlier readings: Bailey 1982, Fussman 1984, Salomon 1984, Mukherjee 1986, Falk 1998, Falk 2008, Baums 2012
Two Kharoṣṭhī Inscriptions
Nouvelles inscriptions śaka (II)
The Bhagamoya Relic Bowl Inscription
A Casket Inscription of the Time of Vijayamitra, the Ruler of Avaca
Numismatic and Epigraphic Evidence for the Chronology of Early Gandharan Art
On the Buddha and His Bones: The Conception of a Relic in the Inscriptions of Nāgārjunikoṇḍa
A Survey of Recently‐Discovered Kharoṣṭhī Inscriptions
Indo bukkyō himei no kenkyū
Farewell to Bhagamoya
Notes on Some Apraca Dedicatory Texts
Buddhistisches Reliquiar
Five New Kharoṣṭhī Donation Records from Gandhāra
The Indo‐Greek Era of 186/5 B.C. in a Buddhist Reliquary Inscription
The Introduction of Stūpa‐Worship in Bajaur
The Somatics of Liberation: Ideas about Embodiment in Buddhism from Its Origins to the Fifth Century C.E.
The Eras of Demetrius, Eucratides and Azes
Gandhara: das buddhistische Erbe Pakistans: Legenden, Klöster und Paradiese
Buddhistische Reliquiare aus Gandhara
Kharoṣṭhī Inschrift
Epigraphische Dokumente in Gandhara
Der frühe Buddhismus und Gandhara
Traces of Gandhāran Buddhism: An Exhibition of Ancient Buddhist Manuscripts in the Schøyen Collection
Early Buddhist Transmission and Trade Networks: Mobility and Exchange within and beyond the Northwestern Borderlands of South Asia
Catalog and Revised Texts and Translations of Gandharan Reliquary Inscriptions
Gandharan Reliquary Inscriptions
Appendix – Tables of Gandharan Reliquaries
Survey of Gandharan Reliquaries
The Character of the Indian Kharoṣṭhī Script and the “Sanskrit Revolution”: A Writing System between Identity and Assimilation
Greek or Indian? The Questions of Menander and Onomastic Patterns in Early Gandhāra
A Framework for Gandhāran Chronology Based on Relic Inscriptions
The Quintessence of the Mādhyamika Teaching Blossoms Again: Some Considerations in View of the 5th–7th C. A.D. (I): Reading the Alkhan’s Document (Schøyen MSS 2241) in Religious and Political Context

1. savatsaraye satasa{sa}tatimaye maharajasa Ayasa vurtakalasa Śavaṇasa masasa divasaye catuviśaye 20 4 Śatrulekeṇa kṣatraveṇa Subhutikaputreṇa Apracarajabhagineyeṇa

2. bhagavato Śakamune dhatuve pratiṭhavita apratiṭhavitapurvaṃmi pradeśaṃmi Aṭhayigramaṃmi Kaśaviyana bhadaṃtana parigrahaṃmi sarva budha pujayita sarva pracegasabudharahaṃtaṣavaka pujayita sarve

3. pujaraha puyayita ima dhatuvi pratiṭhaviti sadha bharyayi Daviliye putrehi ca Iṃdraseṇeṇa Menaṃdrena ca matapita pujayita bhrada Iṃdasene iśparo

4. Vijayamitro Avacaraja

4A. ⟨*Iṃ⟩dravarmo stra‐

5. tego Gaṃdharaśpami pujayidu Rukhuṇaka jiputra sarva [pu]jarahaṃ pujayi[t]a imi dhatu prakṣalavati Patrulaśiśara

Source: Baums 2012
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