Year Era Month Day
C.E. Ruler Dynasty
Owner/donor Donor status
Subject School Type relic establishment
Medium silver Findspot unknown Last known location Aman ur Rahman, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Editions Salomon 1997.3; Baums 2012, 208–209 (no. 9) Other refs. Salomon 2005.2, 381, 385; Silk 2008, 92; Salomon 2012.2, 165, 171, 179–80; Jongeward 2012.3, 265 (no. 132); Tarzi+ 2015, 172; Baums 2018.4, 65; Scherrer‐Schaub 2018, 129
Comments Earlier readings: Salomon 1997, Baums 2012
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1. [sa]va budha puyaïta aditaaṇagatapracupaṇa [sa]va pracegabudha puyaïta sarvarahaṃta puyaïta Utara (*kuma)‐

2. [ra]bhaya sadha Iṃdravarmeṇa kumarena bhagavato dhatue pratistaveti śilastaṃbho [hi]te a. Sadaḍha Ujiṃ[da] . . .

3. Utaraüto Pupidrio Uṣaṃveo puyaï(*ta) meriakhomata Śreṭha puyaïta śpaśuro Viṣu(*varmo)

4. Apacarayo puyaïta jivaputra Rukhunaka puyaïta [A]go [stra]teo puyaïta Apacaraya Vi(*jaya)‐

5. mitr[o] puyaïta Dhrama[s]eno ṣamano ṇaveamio puyaïta

Source: Baums 2012
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