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Ancient statue reveals Prince who would become Buddha
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6 June 2012
On 6 June 2012 Live Science reported:
In the ruins of a Buddhist monastery in Afghanistan, archaeologists have uncovered a stone statue that seems to depict the prince Siddhartha before he founded Buddhism. Standing 11 inches high and carved from schist -- a stone not found in the area -- the stele depicts a Prince alongside a monk. Based on a bronze coin found nearby, Fussman estimates the statue dates back at least 1,600 years. Siddhartha lived 25 centuries ago.
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