2 edition of bilingual Graeco-Aramaic edict by Asoka found in the catalog.
bilingual Graeco-Aramaic edict by Asoka
AЕ›oka King of Magadha
|Statement||text, translation and notes by G. Pugliese Carratelli and G. Garbini ; foreword by G. Tucci ; introduction by U. Scerrato.|
|Series||Serie orientale Roma -- vol. 29|
|Contributions||Pugliese Carratelli, Giovanni, 1911-, Garbini, Giovanni.|
|LC Classifications||PK1480 A74 1964|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 62 p. :|
|Number of Pages||62|
A Bilingual Graeco-Aramaic Edict By Asoka, trans. G. Carratelli and G. Garbini, Serie Orientale Roma 29 (), 18 Edict by Asoka, Carratelli and Garbini, 19 Edict by Asoka, Carratelli and Garbini, 20 The Edicts of Asoka, Nikam, McKeon, 21 The Edicts of Asoka, Nikam, McKeon, The archaeology of the Hellenistic Far East has thus far attracted only very limited analysis in the kinds of postcolonial theoretical veins outlined above. Instigating such analysis ought to be an important part of bringing the region into closer dialogue with scholarship on other regions of the Hellenistic world, and, indeed.
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It is the very first known inscription of Ashoka, written in year 10 of his reign ( BCE), preceding all other Writing: Greek and Aramaic. EDICTS OF KING PIYADASSI (AŚOKA) IN THE CONTEXT OF ETHNICITY.
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The same feeling also underlies the use of the Sanskrit forms of proper names, etc., in the translation of inscriptions which are couched in Prakrit. A BILINGUAL GRAECO-ARAMAIC EDICT BY ASOKA (ASHOKA) The First Greek Inscription Discovered in Afghanistan. Asoka & G. Pugliese Carratelli & G.
Garbini (Foreword by G. Tucci; Introduction by U. Scerrato) A BILINGUAL GRAECO-ARAMAIC EDICT BY ASOKA (ASHOKA) The First Greek Inscription Discovered in Afghanistan Istituto Italiano Per Il Medio Ed Estremo Oriente Softcover Very Good+ with no dust jacket Pages uncut.
Very light browning to wraps. A bilingual Graeco-Aramaic edict by Aśoka: the first Greek inscription discovered in Afghanistan. Rome: Istituto italiano per il medio ed estremo Oriente, Rome: Istituto italiano per il medio ed estremo Oriente, 5) Umberto Scerrato in A Bilingual Graeco-Aramaic Edict by Asoka (Serie Orientale Roma XXIX; Rome ) 2; the inscription is "situated on the hillside only a few yards away from the upper country road crossing the vast ruined area of Shar-i Kuna." Arnold J.
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Text, translation and notes by G. Pugliese-Carratelli and G. Garbini, fore. word by G. Tucci, introduction by U. Scerrato. RomeAgent for USA and Canada: Paragon Book Gallery, Ltd. and Paragon Book Reprint Corp., 14 East 38th Street. New YorkN.Y. According to Carratelli (the translator above) it appears that the Seleucid rulers of the area were in the process of establishing Greek as official bureaucratic language, but because it's unlikely that Ashoka was propagandising outside his empire, he must have been aiming his bilingual texts for Greeks living within it.
nos de los edictos de Asoka, rey de la India contemporáneo de Ptolomeo II, en A Bilingual Graeco-Aramaic Edict by Asoka. Text, Translation and Author: Natalio Fernández Marcos. From the Jacket This book discusses the geographical implication of the locations of the Asokan edicts and is based on field studies of many of these locations.
The Asokan studies have largely been based, since their inception, on the issues of language, script and grammar, and one hopes that the studies of this kind, which are important ingredients of Asokan scholarship, will.
^ 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.
Old Persian and Middle Iranian epigraphy. Definitions, classification, and method. A cursive ductus closer to that of Book Pahlavi appears on private stone inscriptions of the later Sasanian and early Islamic periods. A Bilingual Graeco-Aramaic Edict by Aśoka: The First Greek Inscription Discovered in Afghanistan, Rome, A bilingual Graeco-Aramaic edict by Asoka: The first Greek inscription discovered in Afghanistan, M.
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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. - A bilingual Graeco-Aramaic Edict of Asoka, Text, Trans1ation and Notes by G. PuGLIESE-CARRATELLI and G. GARBINI, Foreword by G. TucCI, Introduction by U.
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