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bilingual Graeco-Aramaic edict by Aśoka

AЕ›oka King of Magadha

bilingual Graeco-Aramaic edict by Aśoka

the first Greek inscription discovered in Afghanistan.

by AЕ›oka King of Magadha

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Published by Istituto italiano per il medio ed estremo Oriente in Roma .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Translation of Un editto bilingue greco-aramaico di Aśoka.

StatementText, translation and notes by G. Pugliese Carratelli and G. Garbini. Foreword by G. Tucci. Introd. by U. Scerrato.
SeriesSerie orientale Roma -- 29., Serie orientale Roma -- vol. 29.
ContributionsPugliese Carratelli, Giovanni, 1911-, Garbini, Giovanni.
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 62 p.
Number of Pages62
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21962327M

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A BILINGUAL GRAECO-ARAMAIC EDICT BY ASOKA - The First Greek Inscription Discovered in Afghanistan - Serie Orientale Roma XXIX [Asoka - Translated with Notes By G.

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Text, translation and notes by G. Pugliese Carratelli and G. Garbini, Foreword by G. Tucci, and Introduction by U. Scerrato. (Serie Orientale Roma XXIX.) pp. xi, 62; 4 photographs. Rome, Instituto italiano per il Medio ed Estremo Oriente, 2, L.

- Volume 98 Issue 1 - Thomas R. TrautmannAuthor: Thomas R. Trautmann. A bilingual Graeco-Aramaic edict by Aśoka: the first Greek inscription discovered in Afghanistan. A Bilingual Graeco-Aramaic edict by Aśoka. Text, translation and notes by G. Pugliese Carratelli and G.

Garbini, Foreword by G. Tucci, and Introduction by U. Scerrato. (Serie Orientale Roma XXIX.) pp. xi, 62; 4 photographs. Rome, Instituto italiano per il Medio ed. That is bilingual Graeco-Aramaic edict by Aśoka book in my essay on the inscriptions of king Piyadassi (Aśoka) and his policy of dhamma which it expresses, in the context of the relations between the Mauryan Empire and the Greeks, I adopted an interdisciplinary approach by making use of contemporary theories on ethnicity, and especially two trends: research on hybridity and Author: Olga Kubica.

Mukherjee, Studies in the Aramaic edicts of Aśoka. Calcutta: Indian Museum, G. Carratelli and Garbini, G., A bilingual Graeco-Aramaic edict by Aśoka: the first Greek inscription discovered in Afghanistan.

Rome: Istituto italiano per il medio ed estremo Oriente, Qumran Aramaic. Ashoka (Devanāgarī: अशोक, Bangla: অশোক, IAST: Aśoka, IPA: [aˈɕoːkə], ca. – BC), popularly known as Ashoka the Great, was an Indian emperor of the Maurya Dynasty who ruled almost all of the Indian subcontinent from ca.

BC to BC. [1] One of India's greatest emperors, Ashoka reigned over most of present-day India after a number of military conquests. The Kandahar Bilingual Rock Inscription, (also Kandahar Edict of Ashoka, sometimes "Chehel Zina Edict"), is a famous bilingual edict in Greek and Aramaic, proclaimed and carved in stone by the Indian Maurya Empire ruler Ashoka (r BCE) around  BCE.

Emperor Ashoka the Great (Devanagari: अशोक(:); IAST transliteration: Aśoka(ḥ), pronunciation: [aɕoːkə(h ə)]) ( BC– BC) (Imperial Title:"Devanampiya Piyadassi" ie "He who is the beloved of the Gods who, in turn is his loving servant") was the ruler of the Maurya Empire from BC to a number of military conquests, Ashoka reigned over most of South Asia and.

The Kandahar Edict of Ashoka, a bilingual inscription (in Greek and Aramaic) by King Ashoka, discovered at Kandahar (National Museum of Afghanistan).

The edicts of Ashoka are a collection of 33 inscriptions on the Pillars of Ashoka, as well as boulders and cave walls, issued during his reign. REVIEWS OF BOOKS 75 Central Asia A bilingual Graeco-Aramaic edict by Asoka.

Text, translation and notes by G. Pugliese Carratelli and G. Garbini, Foreword by G. Tucci, and Introduction by U. Scerrato. (Serie Orientale Roma XXIX.) pp. xi, 62; 4 photographs. Rome, Instituto italiano per il Medio ed Estremo Oriente, 2, L. Tibetan folk songs from Gyantse and Western Tibet () avec Giuseppe Tucci () comme Éditeur scientifique A bilingual Graeco-Aramaic edict by Aśoka () avec Giuseppe Tucci () comme Préfacier Animadversiones indicae.

A bilingual Graeco-Aramaic edict by Aśoka: the first Greek inscription discovered in Afghanistan by Aśoka (Book). Bilinguis - This website offers translations of different books to different languages, with the translated side by site. Languages include English, Russian, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese, Chinese, Italian and more.

Lingo Libros - This website offers two free bilingual books. ^ a b See ref: A bilingual Graeco-Aramaic edict by Aśoka: the first Greek inscription discovered in Afghanistan,p 17, Giovanni Pugliese Carratelli, Giovanni Garbini - Aśoka, India, Published by Istituto italiano per il medio ed estremo Oriente, A Bilingual Graeco-Aramaic Edict by Aśoka: The First Greek Inscription Discovered in Afghanistan (= SOR 29), Rome,pp.

Idem, “Greek Inscriptions of the Middle East,” East and West 16/,pp. The Edicts of Ashoka are a collection of more than thirty inscriptions on the pillars, as well as boulders and cave walls, attributed to Emperor Ashoka of the Mauryan Empire who reigned from BCE to BCE. Ashoka used the expression Dhaṃma Lipi (Prakrit in the Brahmi script: 𑀥𑀁𑀫𑀮𑀺𑀧𑀺, "Inscriptions of the Dharma") to describe his own Edicts.

"The Greek Section of the Kandahar Inscription" as translated by G. Carratelli in A Bilingual Graeco-Aramaic Edict by Aśoka: The First Greek Inscription Discovered in Afghanistan () edited by G.

Carratelli and G. Garbini, p. 32; Piyadassi is one of the titles of Ashoka, meaning Beloved of the Gods. The language used in the edicts found in the eastern part of the sub-continent is a type of Magadhi, probably the official language of Asoka's court.

The language used in the edicts found in the western part of India is closer to Sanskrit although one bilingual edict in Afghanistan is written in Aramaic and Greek.

Minor Rock Edict I '(12) that he did not practise Buddhism with zeal in the early days after his conversion. Asoka may thus have taken time to look around him, even outside the confines of his empire, for a means of building up a (8) R.C. Majumdar, A.D. Pusalker (eds.), op. cit., pp.55; R. Thapar, op.

cit., p. Kandahar, Edict No.7 and Pul-i-Darunteh, Edict No.5 or No.7 ↑ अ आ इ Yailenko,Les maximes delphiques d'Aï Khanoum et la formation de la doctrine du dhamma d'Asoka,p.

↑ Inscriptions of Asoka de D.C. Sircar p. XXIX. — A bilingual Graeco—Aramaic Edict of Aśoka, Text, Translation and Notes by G. PUGLIESE-CARRATELLI and G. GABBINI, Foreword by G. Tucci, Introduction by U.

SCERRATO. XXX. — GNOLI G. f Le iscrizioni Giudeo--Persiane del Gūr (Afghanistan). Text, Italian Translation and Notes. XXXI. — AUBOYER J., Introduction â Vetude de fart de."The Greek Section of the Kandahar Inscription" as translated by G.

P. Carratelli in A Bilingual Graeco-Aramaic Edict by Aśoka: The First Greek Inscription Discovered in Afghanistan () edited by G. P. Carratelli and G. Garbini, p. 32; Piyadassi is one of the titles of Ashoka, meaning Beloved of the Gods, "Piety" here is a translation of the Greek εὐσέβεια.