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By Sree Padma Holt, A. w. Barber
Explores the significance of Buddhism because it built within the Krishna River Valley of Andhra (modern-day Andhra Pradesh) and its impact.
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58. B. S. Rajendra Babu, pp. 25 and 29. 59. E. Siva Nagi Reddy, op. cit. 60. B. S. Rajendra Babu, p. 27. 61. , 39. 62. E. Siva Nagi Reddy, vol. II, p. 228. 63. H. Sarkar and B. N. Misra, Nagarjunakonda (New Delhi: Archaeological Survey of India, 1987), p. 36. Material Culture and the Emergence of Urban Buddhism 37 64. Alexander Rea, p. 3. 65. James Fergusson, Tree and Serpent Worship: From the Sculptures of the Buddhist Topes at Sanchi and Amaravati (Delhi: Indological Book House, 1971 [rev. ]), pp.
2) in the early layers belonging to the third and fourth centuries BCE shows the continuous interaction of these sites with their northern neighbors, along the coast and inland along the water channels. 45. Pisipaty Rama Krishna, “Megalithic Pottery: Cultural Contacts,” in Ancient Ceramics, editors, P. C. Pant, Vidula Jayaswal (Delhi: Agam Kala Prakashan, 1997), p. 127. 46. P. L. Gupta, Punch Marked Coins in the Andhra Pradesh Museums (Hyderabad: Government of Andhra Pradesh, 1960), pp. 1–3. More recent excavations at Vaddamanu in the Guntur District also reveal both black and red ware as well as punch-marked coins.
33. Gregory Schopen, “An Old Inscription and the Cult of the Monastic Dead,” in Bones, Stones, and Buddhist Monks, 181. 34. , pp. 181–182. 35. Archaeological reports reveal that a number of megalithic burials and Buddhist st¶pas in Andhra and elsewhere were devoid of human mortuary remains, but some of them contained animal bones. No satisfactory explanation has been advanced so far to explain why. See Gregory Schopen, “Immigrant Monks and Protohistorical Dead: The Buddhist Occupation of Early Buddhist Sites in India,” in his Buddhist Monks and Business Matters (Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press: 2004), pp.
Buddhism in the Krishna River Valley of Andhra by Sree Padma Holt, A. w. Barber