In an inscription dated to the "Year 41" (probably of the 2nd century of the Kanishka era) and discovered on the borders of the river Ara in Punjab, he qualifies himself as a Kaisara ("Caesar"), suggesting some awareness of the Roman Empire, and names himself as the son of Vashishka.
- Mario Busssagli, "L'Art du Gandhara", p229
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