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The Om or Aum symbol is found on ancient coins, in regional scripts. In Sri Lanka , Anuradhapura era coins (dated from the 1st to 4th centuries) are embossed with Aum along with other symbols.  Nagari or Devanagari representations are found epigraphically on medieval sculpture, such as the [ which? ] dancing Shiva (ca. 10th to 12th century); Joseph Campbell (1949) even argued that the dance posture itself can be taken to represent AUM as a symbol of the entirety of "consciousness, universe" and "the message that God is within a person and without". 
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