P. 535; Kern, Manual of Buddhism, p. 99, Mahavagga, ii.
Kern, De Orphei, Epimenidis, Pherecydis theogoniis (1888); 0.
With immigrants called together from all Greece, as we learn from a psephisma passed by "boule and demos" of this town in 206 in honour of Magnesia on the Maeander (Kern, Inschriften von Magnesia am Maeander, No.
233, where they are mentioned together with a great many Seleucid towns in Susiana and Babylonia, and compare Kern, No.
Kern in Pauly-Wissowa's Realencyclopeidie, iv.
Kern, the Democratic candidates.
De Hollander); whereas others have maintained, with greater show of probability, that the Malays were in possession of an ancient alphabet, and that it was the same as the Rechang (Marsden, Friederich), as the Kawi (Van der Tuuk), or most like the Lampong (Kern) - all of which alphabets, with the Battak, Bugi and Macassar, are ultimately traceable to the ancient Cambojan characters.
Under all circumstances we must imitate the ancient authors in holding fast to the historic personality of Zoroaster; though he - like many another name of the dim past - has failed to escape the fate of being regarded as a purely mythical creation (for instance, by Kern and by Darmesteter, in the Sacred Books of the East, vol.
Kern, De Orphei, Epimenidis, Pherecydis theogoniis (1888); D.
Kern in Allgemeine deutsche Biographie, xlvii.
Kern (1880), the various texts shown in synoptic tables; A.
Meinardus, Der historische Kern der Rattenfdngersage (Hameln, 1882); Jostes, Der Rattenfdnger von Hameln (Bonn, 1885); and S.
Kern, Die Yogatara des Varamihira; Weber's Ind.
Kern, Aryabhattiyam (Leiden, 1874), trans.
One precious document is the decree of Antioch in Persis (about 206 B.C.) cited in a recently discovered inscription (Kern, Inschr.