Bones, Stones, and Buddhist Monks: Collected Papers on the Archaeology, Epigraphy, and Texts of Monastic Buddhism in India

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Index of Archaeological Sites and Inscriptions
Ajantā. See Western Cave Sites: Ajantā
Ahraurā Edict of Aśoka, 101
Amarāvtī 15 n.1, 24, 64, 70 n. 48, 93, 117, 133, 138 n.11, 152, 166-172, 173, 177-179, 187, 190, 191, 194 n. 8, 205, 249, 256 n. 35
Andher, 8, 178, 184, 187, 199 n.61, 205
Aśoka'sFirst Minor Rock Edict, 101
Bāgh. See Western Cave Sites: Bāgh
Bairat, 17 n.19
Bedsā. See Western Cave Sites: Bedsā
Bhābrā Edict of Aśoka, 24
Bhātjā. See Western Cave Sites: Bhājā
Bhārhut, 3, 5-7, 17 n.17, 24, 25, 26, 30, 32, 41, 57, 58, 62, 64, 84, 92, 122, 133, 180, 190, 202 n.101, 249, 268
Bhattiprolu, 93
Bhojpur, 8, 178, 183, 205
Bodh Gayā, 40, 45 n.7, 59, 60, 63, 117, 118, 120, 123, 125, 136 n.3, 138 n. 10, 142 n.36, 255 n. 19, 268
Ceylon. See Sri Lanka
Devnimori, 289 n. 99
Dharmarājikā. See Taxila: Dharmarājikā
Galvihāra. See Sri Lanka: Galvihāra
Gandhāra, 244
Ghantaālā, 268, 283 n. 46
Goli, 194 n. 6
Gummadidurru, 195 n. 8
Gunaighar, 261
Guntupalle, 93, 183, 195 n. 8
Hadda, 3, 143
Hyderabad, 268, 283
Jagadishpur, 281 n. 26
Jaggayyapeta, 171, 194 n. 6
Jauliāñ, 33, 118, 119, 122, 254
Kailan, 287 n. 79
Kālawān, 185
Kāman, 38
Kānheri. See Western Cave Sites: Kānheri
Kārli. See Western Cave Sites: Kārli
Kasia, 270, 275
Kasrawad, 17 n. 19, 18 n. 27
Kauśāmbī, 184, 242, 244, 247, 248, 252, 259, 268, 284 n. 50
Kharoṣṭhī Inscriptions, 3, 15 n. 1, 15 n. 2, 31, 32, 34-38, 40, 51 n. 82, 52 n. 85, 52 n. 86, 54 n. 95, 58, 59, 62-63, 64, 76-77, 93, 126-127, 143 n. 36, 152, 154, 157, 162 n. 17, 162 n. 30, 241, 244, 249, 250

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