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756. , boats): B. S. Jackson, 'Factbased classifications of laW J. Soc. Public Teachers of Law, N. , 11/3 (1971), 149-53. 2 89 Katy. 655. See also Brh. II, 5; Manu VIII, 288. 290 Cf. Brh. XXV, 69; Nar. HLS, II, 474. Derrett, JRAS, 1958/2, 17-25. 46 Dharmasastra and Juridical Literature estate is a good example, and the large number of texts specifying fines precisely291. The epics seem to borrow largely from the smrtis, and are occasionally themselves cited by the commentators292. They (the epics) have the leisure to avoid almost all the smrtis' faults, which goes some way to support the view that Mahabharata material resembling Manu was taken from our Manu-smrti or an earlier stage of the materials quarried by its author293.
47. 820 I b i d . , §. 4 8 . , §. 49. , §. 50. , §. 51. , §. 52. , §. 53. Ed. Batakrishna Ghosh, IC, 14 (1942-3), 65-98. 'Vyasa' often represents a commentator's reference to the Mahabharata. 226 Kane, HD, I, 239; I 2 , §. 54. , §. 55. , §. 56. , §. 57. J. Jolly, Abh. d. K6n. Bay. Akad. d. -philol. Cl. 18 (1890), pt. 2, 505-24. 230 Kane, HD, I2, §. 35. 40 Dharmasastra and Juridical Literature as the sixteenth or seventeenth centuries. Daksa too is an ancient smrti, in print in Jivananda's collection231.
And the commentary is about equally full throughout. D. 400-600192. Renou's close study of Visnu neither confirmed nor rejected this. It remains possible that the author took his starting point in material of greater age, which may not have had the name Visnu attached to it. The prominence of vyavahdra even in the prose passages strongly suggests an author faithful to the sutra tradition, drawn towards the outlook of the age of the great fragmentary smrtis. Many sutra writers have been preserved only in fragments.
A Pseudo-Epiphanius Testimony Book (Early Christian literature series) by Robert V. Hotchkiss