Aoka

(from the article `Indo-Aryan languages`) ...northwest. The Niya documents, official documents written in Prkrit dating from the 3rd century , also belong to the northwest. The earliest ... ...used in the northwest, is of Aramaic origin and is written from right to left; Brhm, of North Semitic origin, is written from left to right and ....
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Aoka

last major emperor in the Mauryan dynasty of India. His vigorous patronage of Buddhism during his reign (c. 265–238 ; also given as c. 273–232 ) ... [27 related articles]
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