Edicts

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Suvarnabhumi
... There is a common misunderstanding that the Edicts of Ashoka mention this name ... The truth is the Edicts relate only the Kings' names and never reference Suwannaphum in the text ... of Ashoka sending his Buddhist missionaries to Suwannaphum in "Mahavamsa" and his Edicts ...
Suwannaphum
... There is a common misunderstanding that the Edicts of Ashoka mention this name ... The truth is the Edicts relate only the Kings' names and never reference Suwannaphum in the text ... sending his Buddhist missionaries to Suwannaphum in "Mahavamsa" and his Edicts ...
Spanish Inquisition - Functioning of The Inquisition - Accusation
... When the Inquisition arrived in a city, the first step was the Edict of Grace ... Following the Sunday mass, the Inquisitor would proceed to read the edict it explained possible heresies and encouraged all the congregation to come to the tribunals of the Inquisition to "reli ... They were called Edicts of Grace because all of the self-incriminated who presented themselves within a period of grace (usually ranging from thirty to forty days) were offered the possibility of ...
Ashoka's Major Rock Edict - History
... were no available records of his reign until the 19th century when a large number of his edicts, inscribed on rocks and pillars, were found in India, Nepal, Pakistan and Afghanistan ... These many edicts, of which Ashoka's Major Rock Edict was the first and most impressive, were concerned with practical instructions in running a kingdom such as the design of ... Ashoka's edicts were the first written inscriptions in India after the ancient city of Harrapa fell to ruin ...
Wahba Zuhayli - Zuhayli's Edicts
... he is responsible for issuing fatwa or religious edicts ... Zuhayli's edicts can be seen as very moderate - including his support for what he calls Islamic democracy, human rights, and freedom ...

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