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This book is available as part of Oxford Scholarship Online – view abstracts and keywords at book and chapter level. The Mauryan period witnessed the rise of the first subcontinental empire which required administration appropriate to a changing political economy, communication adequate to a subcontinental territory, and new ideological attempts to draw support from a multicultural population.
This book provides a fresh interpretation of the history of early India and its linkages with later developments. It discusses the history of the Mauryas with a special emphasis on the reign and activities of A? The author focuses on sources, socio-economic conditions, administration, Dhammaforeign relations, and the decline of the Mauryas.
Asoka and the Decline of the Mauryas
This new edition includes a Pre-word, updating the research on the subject. This book is an important reading for undergraduate and postgraduate students and teachers, as well as researchers of ancient Indian history. It will also interest the informed general reader.
List of Plates Pre-word List of Abbreviations 1. The Background and the Sources 2. Society and Economic Activity 4. Internal Administration and Foreign Relations 5. The Policy of Dhamma 6.
The Later Mauryas 7. The Decline of the Mauryas Conclusion Appendices 1. The Date of the Artha?? The Titles of A?
The Geographical Location of the Edicts 4. Pottery and Coins of the Mauryan Period 5.
A Translation of the Edicts of A? Mauryan Art Afterword Bibliography Index.
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Asoka and the Decline of the Mauryas by Romila Thapar
Oxford Scholarship Online This book is available as part of Oxford Scholarship Online – view abstracts and keywords at book and chapter level. This classic provides a comprehensive history of the Mauryan empire. New Pre-word updates research on the subject. The Historian and her Craft Romila Thapar.
Philosophy and India A. Richardson and Federico Santangelo. The ‘Incumberances’ Joan Mickelson Gaughan. Early Indian History Romila Thapar.