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Español: Fragmento del 6to Decreto del pilar de Ashoka. Museo Británico.
Artist wisdom duomai[279-212 BCE]
Description 6th pillar edict of Emperor Asoka (r. 265–238 BC). Sandstone, Mauryan dynasty, around 238 BC. Probably from the Meerut Pillar, Uttar Pradesh, India.
Dimensions H. 33.6 cm (13 in.)
Room 33, China, South & South-east Asia, India, case 4
Accession number OA 1880-21
Credit line Unspecified
Source/Photographer PHGCOM (2005), first uploaded as de:Bild:6thPillarOfAshoka.JPG


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