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A Hoard of Inscribed Gandharan Metalware
Author Salomon, Richard (著)
Source Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies=JIABS
Pages253 - 290
PublisherPeeters Publishers
Publisher Url
LocationLeuven, Belgium [魯汶, 比利時]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
AbstractThe article describes a set of seven silver objects – three goblets, two ladles, a bowl and a cup – bearing short dedicatory inscriptions in Kharoṣṭhī script datable to around the first century CE. The inscriptions record in the usual Gandharan fashion the donation of the utensils by a group of nuns and lay-persons, perhaps constituting a family association, to a Sarvāstivādin monastery called Utarode(v)a located at an otherwise unknown place, Koṇaśili. Similar objects and inscriptions are cited in order to clarify the historical, sectarian, and social context of the objects and their donation.
Table of contentsAbstract 253
Introduction 253
Description of The Artifacts 257
Synoptic Text Of The Inscriptions 268
Detailed Readings of the Inscriptions 272
Observations on the Hoard 280
References 288
ISSN0193600X (P); 25070347 (E)
Created date2023.05.29
Modified date2023.05.29

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