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367. 35 L. H. Gray : in Journal of the American Oriental Society, XX, pp. 54-^5. 38 F. W. Thomas : in Journal of the Eoyal Asiatic Society, 1916, pp. 366-6. 37 G. Macdonald: "Ancient Persian coins in India," in E. J. Rapson's Indian Coins, 1898, pp. 342-86. 38 E. J. Rapson : Indian Coins (Grundriss der Ihdo-Arischen Philologie und Altertumskunde, II, 3. ) 1897, p. 3. 39 J. Allan British Museum Coin Catalogue, Ancient India, 1936, p. C. process which was gradually accomplished between 40 the Persian standard displaced the Attic in India.

69, 69A. 40 V. S. , 1950, p. 151, and TL P. Shah: Studies in Jaina Art, : : XXm, 1955, p. 123f , 151-2. 48 Buddhist Suttas, tt tr. V. S. Agarvala : in Ancient India, no. IV, p. 167, 1881, p. 249. Rhys Davids, SBE, XI, The probable site of the Ecbatana Citadel is the Musullah TTill of Hamadan W. Jackson : Persia Past and Present, 1906, p, 154f ). Ecbatana became V. (A. the Achaemenld Kings' Summer capital (Xenophon : Cyapaedia, VII. 6. ) 48 FOREIGN INFLUENCE IN ANCIENT INDIA 36 But it is not quite correct to add that the Iranian towns represented in Assyrian bas-reliefs only have up to three walls44 (already Naramsin c.

Votive clay figures of her excavated in Assyria were offered to her by women who desired offspring. 18 At any rate in devout but barren 13 H. " 14 KomorzynsM in Archiv fur Onentforschung, XVI, 1952-3, 263. Majumdar says: "The use of these Indian names for merchandise raises a strong presumption in favour of their Indian origin. (The Age of C. Majumdar and A. D. Pusalker, 1951, p. 612). Imperial Unity, ed. g. '* R 16 B. G. Tilak: "Chaldean and Indian Vedas," in JR. G. Bhandarkar Commemorative Volume, p.

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