The South Asia Inscriptions Database
Records: 5

An oval terracotta seal with a single-line border around it. The top part shows a seated lion facing proper right, separated from the inscription by a faintly preserved horizontal line.

Materialsclay, terracotta
Formfragment of seal
Event History
  • Event Type
    Created
    Place
    Vaiśālī
  • Event Type
    Recorded
    Place
    Basarh
    Date
    1903-04
  • Event Type
    Stored
    Place
    unknown
Inscriptions
  1. The inscription is in the bottom half of the seal.

An oval seal impression, broken roughly in half along its vertical axis, possibly from the same matrix as the Aśīrgaḍh seal (%OB00131), though #Sastri_1931-32:73 believes this one comes from a different matrix. Dimensions not reported. The upper part, about one third, shows a bull decorated with a garland and walking to the proper right; there is an umbrella above it.

Materialsclay, terracotta
Formseal impression
Event History
  • Event Type
    Stored
    Place
    unknown

An oval seal impression, probably from the same matrix as the Aśīrgaḍh seal (%OB00131). Dimensions not reported. The upper part, about one third, shows a bull decorated with a garland and walking to the proper right; there is an umbrella above it. In front of the bull walks a man carrying an axe and a standard with a cakra on top; his face is turned back toward the bull.

Materialsclay, terracotta
Formseal impression
Event History
  • Event Type
    Stored
    Place
    unknown

A seal, or probably rather the impression of one. Probably a fragment. Probably in clay or terracotta. No other details reported.

Materialsclay, terracotta
Formseal impression
Event History
  • Event Type
    Stored
    Place
    unknown

An imperfectly fired clay seal, oval in shape. The inscribed impression is sunk slightly below the surface. The upper part, about one third, shows a bull decorated with a garland and walking to the proper right; there is an umbrella above it. In front of the bull walks a man carrying an axe and a standard with a cakra on top; his face is turned back toward the bull.

Materialsclay, terracotta
Formseal impression fragment
Event History
  • Event Type
    Stored
    Place
    unknown