The South Asia Inscriptions Database

India Office Charter Fragment of Devasena

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OB00164
Inscription URI
IN00177
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<p>A single plate, the first of a set of two or more, with the rest lost. Its surface is flat, without raised rims. Inscribed only on one side, presumably the verso. The hole for the ring was near the left-hand side (as viewed on the inscribed side), which is broken off so the remnant of the hole is now an indentation of the short side. The inscribed area was not damaged by this loss. The corners on the intact end are rounded.</p>
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<p>Three lines of text inscribed on the (presumed) verso. Campus size and character height estimated.</p>
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<p>Nothing is known about the discovery of this plate or the fate of the others in the set. It was first reported in the collection of the India Office, London. #Mirashi_1939-40:723 believes that a locality mentioned in it may be identical to modern Mangrulpir (20.312753, 77.340402) in Akolā district.</p>
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