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by Vincent Arthur Smith
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THE BUDDHIST EMPEROR OF INDIA. OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS. LONDON EDINBURGH GLASGOW NEW YORK. TORONTO MELBOURNE CAPE TOWN BOMBAY. PUBLISHER TO THE UNIVERSITY. Asoka's Pillar at Lauriyâ-Nandangarh. THE BUDDHIST EMPEROR OF INDIA. BY. VINCENT A. SMITH, . Et Oxon), Hon. Litt D. (Dublin)Indian Civil Service Retired, . Author of The Early History of India, &c. OXFORDAT THE CLARENDON PRESSMCMXX.
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After his return to England, Smith wrote books on various rulers such as the Hindu emperor, Ashoka and the Mughal emperor, Akbar, and a history of.Smith, Vincent Arthur (1901).
Smith, Vincent Arthur (1901). Asoka, the Buddhist Emperor of India, 1 ed. Oxford 1901; 3rd e. Rulers of India series, Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1920.
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