At first I thought these
five were Pancakarmi I
do believe they are a
form of it, where the
Ubhayabhaga the
humped bull is
Kakuba/Rshabha
as the main drug with
Riddha and Vriddha,
three peaks, replaces
an enama yet all three
are a purge, one
humped bull has tri
Arusa, red in three
places a medicine for
wounds used externaly?
or for a fever. These
four new copper plates  
the rhino is Night the
drug Embelia Ribes as
it's main drug a
strenutary all four are a
defference of twelve
grams from the rhino to
the humped bull is five
grams from bull to first
witten seal is three
grams and the last two
are four grams. All five
are adding a drug while
keeping part of the
drugs below, the last
one is a combonation of
all four and Svarna.
The Large seal at
the end looks like
a Siva Grttsa
having all the
ingredents of the
four.
Below the crested human is the day as the antelope is from midnight to morning.  
madhyama      middle (used like Lat. {medius} e.g. ; (in astron.) mean (cf. %{madhya})
Su1ryas. ; relating to the meridian ib. ;
midnight L. ;; a kind of antelope L. ;
eNa
       %{as} , %{I4} mf. a species of deer or antelope (described as being of a black colour
with beautiful eyes and short legs) AV. v , 14 , 11 VS. xxiv , 36 Mn. iii , 269 MBh. &c. ; m. (in
astron.) Capricorn.
eNabhRt        m. `" bearing an antelope "' , the moon L.
eNadRz        f. the eye of an antelope Naish. ; (%{k}) m. (in astron.) Capricorn.
eNa-mada        m. the juice of the antelope , musk Naish.
dō-
To give.

Oldest form *deh3-, colored to *doh3-,
becoming *dō-.
▲ Derivatives include betray,
surrender, vend,
dose, antidote.

1.
a. Zero-grade form *də-. dado, date1,
dative, datum, die2; add, betray,
edition, perdition, render, rent1,
surrender, tradition, traitor, treason,
vend from Latin dare, to give;
b. Greek dosis, something given (see 4
below).
2. Suffixed form *dō-no-. donation,
donative, donor; condone, pardon from
Latin dōnum, gift.
3. Suffixed form *dō-t(i)-.
a. dot2, dowager, dower, dowry; endow
from Latin dōs (genitive dōtis), dowry;
b. dacha from Russian dacha, gift,
dacha, from Slavic *datja;
c. samizdat from Russian samizdat,
samizdat, from dat', to give.
4. Suffixed form *dō-ro-. lobster
thermidor, Pandora from Greek dōron,
gift.
5. Reduplicated form *di-dō-. dose;
anecdote, antidote, apodosis, epidote
from Greek didonai, to give, with zero-
grade noun dosis (< *də-ti-), something
given.
[Pokorny dō- 223.]

Zero-grade form *də-. dado, date1,
dative, datum, die2; add,
betray,
edition, perdition, render, rent1,
surrender, tradition,
traitor, treason,
vend from Latin dare, to give;

.Sanskrit
doSa
       2 m. rarely n. ( %{duS}) fault
, vice , deficiency , want ,
inconvenience , disadvantage
Up.
Mn. MBh. Ka1v. &c. [498,3] ; badness ,
wickedness , sinfulness Mn. R. ; offence
, transgression , guilt , crime (acc. with
%{R} or %{labh} , to incur guilt) , SrS.
Mn. MBh. &c. ; damage , harm , bad
consequence , detrimental effect (%
{nai9Sa@doSaH} , there is no harm ; %
{ko'tra@d-} , what does it matter?) Mn.
MBh. Ka1v. &c. ; accusation , reproach
(%{-SaMkR} or %{-SeNa-gam} with acc.
, to accuse) R. ; alteration , affection ,
morbid element , disease (esp. of the 3
humours of the body , viz. %{pitta} , %
{vAyu} , and %{zleSman} , 1 [cf. %
{tridoSa} and %{dhAtu}] , applied also
to the humours themselves) Sus3r. ;
(also %{-Saka}) a calf L.
dō-
To give.

Oldest form *deh3-, colored to *doh3-,
becoming *dō-.
▲ Derivatives include betray,
surrender, vend,
dose, antidote.

1.
a. Zero-grade form *də-. dado,
date1,
dative, datum, die2
; add, betray,
edition, perdition, render, rent1,
surrender, tradition, traitor, treason,
vend from Latin dare, to give;
b. Greek dosis, something given (see
4 below).
dhAtu        1 m. layer , stratum
Ka1tyS3r. Kaus3. ; constituent part ,
ingredient (esp. [ and in RV. only] ifc. ,
where often= `" fold "' e.g. %{tri-
dhA4tu} , threefold &c. ; cf. %{triviSTi-}
, %{sapta-} , %{su-}) RV. TS. S3Br. &c.
; element , primitive matter (= %{mahA-
bhUta} L.) MBh. Hariv. &c. (usually
reckoned as 5 , viz. %{kha} or %
{AkAza} , %{anila} , %{tejas} , %{jala} ,
%{bhU} ; to which is added %{brahma}
Ya1jn5. iii , 145 ; or %{vijJAna} Buddh.)
;
a constituent element or
essential ingredient of the body
(distinct from the 5 mentioned
above and conceived either as 3
humours [called also %{doSa}]
phlegm , wind and bile BhP. [cf. %
{purISa} , %{mAMsa} , %{manas} ,
Cha1ndUp. vi , 5 , 1] ;
or as the 5
organs of sense , %{indriyANi} .[cf. s.v.
and MBh. xii , 6842 , where %{zrotra} ,
%{ghrANa} , %{Asya} , %{hRdaya} and
%{koSTha} are mentioned as the 5
dhñdha1tu of the human body born
from the either] and the 5 properties of
the elements perceived by them , %
{gandha} , %{rasa} , %{rUpa} , %
{sparza} and %{zabda} L. ; or the 7
fluids or secretions , chyle , blood ,
flesh , fat , bone , marrow , semen
Sus3r. [L. %{rasA7di} or %{rasa-
raktA7di} , of which sometimes 10 are
given , the above 7 and hair , skin ,
sinews BhP.]) ; primary element of the
earth i.e. metal , mineral , are (esp. a
mineral of a red colour) Mn. MBh. &c.
element of words i.e. grammatical or
verbal root or stem Nir. Pra1t. MBh. &c.
(with the southern Buddhists %{dhAtu}
means either the 6 elements [see
above] Dharmas. xxv ; or the 18
elementary spheres [%{dhAtu-loka}] ib.
lviii ; or the ashes of the body , relics L.
[cf. %{-garbha}]).
Compare Sanskrit Dosa to the English Dose.

Dose means quantity (in units of energy/mass) in the fields of nutrition, medicine, and toxicology. Dosage is the rate of application of a dose, although in
common and imprecise usage, the words are sometimes used synonymously.

Dose can also mean quantity (in units of number/area) in the fields of Surface science and Ion implantation. See the definition of dose in ISO18115-1, term
4.173 (and compare the related definition of fluence in term 4.217 of the same Standard).

Particular uses in this context including:

Dose (biochemistry), the quantity of something that may be eaten by or administered to an organism, or that an organism may be exposed to
Overdose, intaking more than your required dose.
Absorbed dose, an amount of radiation received
Defined daily dose, a World Health Organization statistical measure of drug consumption
Dosage form, a mixture of active and inactive components used to administer a medication
Dose profile, taken by a radiation detector in order to characterise the radiation beams from medical linear accelerators
Dosing, the process of administering a measured amount of a medicine or chemical to an inanimate object or non-human animal
Effective dose (pharmacology), the amount of a substance required to produce an effect on a predefined percentage of a population
Equivalent dose, a measure of radiation dosage to tissue
Maximum tolerated dose, the highest dose of a radiological or pharmacological treatment that will produce the desired effect without unacceptable toxicity
Median lethal dose, is the dose of a toxic substance or radiation required to kill half the members of a tested population after a specified test duration
Optimal Biological Dose, the quantity of a radiological or pharmacological treatment that will produce the desired effect with acceptable toxicity
Physiologic dose, within the range of concentrations or potencies that would occur naturally
Reference dose, the United States Environmental Protection Agency's maximum acceptable oral dose of a toxic substance
The hunter and this other tablet
have the same writing with a
deferent weight and again the
direction of the script is related
to the direction of the pictorail
image.  The combination of
both gives the weight/cubic
volume.
The copper Tablets from Mohenjo-Dara are all most exactly five times the cubic
volume as the new nine copper tablets. In using the volume instead of the weights
that are not given, it is not an exact science in that you have to get a more exact
measurement, because the tablets are not perfectly rectangular or perfectly flat so
some of the cubic volumes and the weights and density are not in harmony, but when
the cubic volume of the one matches five times the other you can say the weight is also five times
the other.
not 107 but 13.696 x 140 = 1917.44