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Epigraphical notes, nos. 1-18

Epigraphical notes, nos. 1-18

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Published by Dept. of Archaeology, Sri Lanka in Colombo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Inscriptions -- Sri Lanka.

  • Edition Notes

    English and Sinhalese (Sinhalese in roman).

    Other titlesEpigraphical notes.
    Statement[edited by] Malini Dias.
    ContributionsDias, Malini., Sri Lanka. Purāvidyā Depārtamēntuva.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCN1230.C4 E64 1991
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 261 p. :
    Number of Pages261
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17012937M

    Since the book is intended principally for the use of undergraduates, we have prefixed short summaries of the subject-matter to the various sections of the notes, and for the same reason we have, where possible, quoted English translations of foreign works, and have referred to antiquities readily accessible in museums at Oxford and in London. Baldwin, Barry. ‘Notes on Christian Epigrams in Book One of the Greek Anthology.’ In: Pauline Allen & Elizabeth Jeffreys (edd.). The Sixth Century. End or Beginning? Brisbane: Australian Association for Byzantine Studies, (Byzantina Australiensia 10), [Epigram] Balland, André. ‘Epigrammatum lusus.’ REA , ,

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Get this from a library. Epigraphical notes, nos. [Mālinī Ḍayas, Dr.; Sri Lanka. Purāvidyā Depārtamēntuva.;] -- Compilation of the monthly bulletin of.

Paramakanda Raja Maha Vihara (Sinhala: පරමාකන්ද රජ මහා විහාරය) is an ancient Buddhist temple in Puttalam District, Sri temple is located in Paramakanda village approximately 4 km ( mi) distance from the Anamaduwa town.

The site has been formally recognised by the Government as an archaeological site in Sri ation: Buddhism. Uththara Jayamaha Vihara (Sinhala: උත්තර ජයමහා විහාරය) is an ancient Buddhist temple in Hingurana, Sri temple has been formally recognised by the Government as an archaeological site in Sri designation Epigraphical notes declared on 26 December under the government Gazette number The temple.

The temple at Hingurana which lies behind the Gal Oya Affiliation: Buddhism. This was followed by a monthly bulletin called the 'Epigraphical Notes' running into 20 bulletins.

A monograph titled Epigraphical Notes Nos. saw the light of day in by Dr. Malini Dias, the present Director of Epigraphy and Numismatics. The writer hopes to. Epigraphical notes (Nos 1 ). Colombo: Department of Archaeology. 44, 2) Nicholas, C.W., Historical topography of ancient and medieval. Journal of the Ceylon branch of the Royal Asiatic Society.

New series, Vol. VI, Special number. Colombo. p 3) Paranavitana, S., Two inscriptions of Vihara Maha Devi from Magul Maha.

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Location(s): Sri Lanka Collection () D5. Tome I: manuscrits (Paris ) by J. Mallet and A. Thibaut in Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 21 () (photocopy) Silagi, G.

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