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The king also seems to have fancied himself something of an aesthete, for he has very strong views about how writing should look and rejects the Sinhalese offer to copy it for him. 13 It is clear from this passage, then, that the author of the JKM recognized the possibility that the written word could centuries earlier have been used to record and transmit the canon but that this did not enter into his picture of the voyage of Cãmadevî. The CDV creates the same picture of an oral world during the time of Cãmadevî as do the other chronicles I have been looking at.

Sukkadanta, in turn, sends his emissary Gavaya with a letter to the Lavo king telling about the project and requesting that his daughter Cãmadevî come to rule the city. 36 : chapter 1 The letter itself is not a particularly important detail in this story, and in fact in the JKM’s account of this episode, the emissary Gavaya is not sent with a letter, but rather is said to relate the story of the sages and their city orally (katham kathesi). 14 It is easy to picture Bodhiraƒsi or someone from whom he heard the story adding this detail for color, especially at a time when the large majority of the population could not write.

He therefore writes a letter and gives it to a tree deity to deliver (CDVe, 49). Sukkadanta, in turn, sends his emissary Gavaya with a letter to the Lavo king telling about the project and requesting that his daughter Cãmadevî come to rule the city. 36 : chapter 1 The letter itself is not a particularly important detail in this story, and in fact in the JKM’s account of this episode, the emissary Gavaya is not sent with a letter, but rather is said to relate the story of the sages and their city orally (katham kathesi).

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