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The Legends Of The Sangas And Officials

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This chapter lists all of the seal legends used by the sangas and then analyses and compares them. The officials acting as second witnesses before the existence of the second sangas are also given, as well as the few seals of the sangas of the Edikuda which have legends. Finally, the legends of the sanga's daughters seals are added. It is not possible to draw any general conclusion from the legends of the four officials because they all have different titles: a doorkeeper, an overseer of the nadiatum, a court sweeper and a messenger.

Keywords: officials; sangas; seal legends



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