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Epigraphia Birmanica, being lithic and other inscriptions of Burma. Vol.4, Pt.2 

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Title: Epigraphia Birmanica, being lithic and other inscriptions of Burma. Vol.4, Pt.2 
Authors: Burma. Archaeological Survey
Editors: Mya, U
LC Subject Headings: Inscriptions -- Burma
Burma -- Antiquities
Issue Date: 1936
Abstract: Mon Inscriptions, Section II - The Mediaeval Mon Records Nos. XII-XVIII by C. O. Blagden. Plates I to XI. (Eleven looseleaf, folded plates)
Description: v. 1. [without special title]. pt. 1. Myazedi inscription (Burmese Face, Pāli Face, Môn or Talaing Face, Pyu Face). pt. 2. Môn inscriptions: general introduction, section I -- The early Môn records, the inscriptions. v. 2. The Talaing plaques on the Ananda. pt. 1. Text, pt. 2. Plates. v. 3. [pt. 1. Text?], pt. 2 [plates]. Môn inscriptions. Section II -- The Mediaeval Môn records, no. XII: the inscriptions of the Kalyāṇisimā, Pegu by C.O. Blagden. Plates I to XXIV. v. 4. Môn inscriptions. [pt. 1 Text?], pt. 2. The Mediaeval Môn records, nos. XIII-XVIII, plates I-XI, by C.O. Blagden
Pages/Duration: 11 pages
Appears in Collections:Southeast Asian Art and Archaeology

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