INSCRIPTION OF DEVANIKI FROM WAT LUONG KAU (LAOS) К.365
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INSCRIPTION OF DEVANIKI FROM WAT LUONG KAU (LAOS) К.365
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The paper contains the first translation of the inscription K.365 from Văt Luong Kău from Sanskrit into Russian. The inscription contains a eulogy to the king Devānīka and dated from the fifth century. It originates from Văt Luong Kău near Vat Phu (Wat Phou) in Southern Laos. Comparing the epigraphic groups of Southeastern Indochina dated from the middle-first millennium, the author argues that the inscription of Devānīka is a remnant of an independent kingdom which cannot be associated with Early Zhenla, Campā (Champa) or Funan.
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inscription, epigraphy, Devanika, Wat Phu, Laos, Chenla, Champa, kingdom
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01.03.2014
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