File:The four scripts of Ashoka.jpg

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English: The four scripts of Ashoka
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Source For Brahmi:
image extraction process This file has been extracted from another file: Brahmi pillar inscription in Sarnath.jpg
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image extraction process This file has been extracted from another file: Ashoka Rock Edicts Shahbazgarhi by Nisar 1.JPG
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Author Brahmi inscription: Laura Solà

Kharoshthi inscription: Niskhan65 Greek inscription: Schlumberger

Aramaic inscriptoin: Schlumberger

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