|Bamiyan, Afghanistan, was near Kapilavastu, birthplace of the Buddha (Afghan Treasures)|
Schoyen Collection, shows that Buddhism was born here.
|Sistan-Baluchistan, ancient Indian frontier|
Yet neither he nor G. Fussman recognizes the need to integrate the Mes Aynak findings with the priceless inscriptions from the Persepolis Tablets, which mention Tissa, Sedda Saramana (Siddhartha), Sudda Yauda Saramana (Suddodana), and Saman.
Schopen's video, entitled "Buddha as a Businessman," is largely based on false Nepalese data. More