The South Asia Inscriptions Database

Mahurjhari Charter of Prthvisena II, Year 17

Object URI
OB00178
Inscription URI
IN00191

Basic Metadata

Extent
17.5 cm width x 9.8 cm height
Decoration
None.
Language
Sanskrit
Script
southern box-headed; the boxheads are generally to the right of the character's vertical stroke
Script size
0.7
Date (min)
487
Date (max)
497
Date comments
Intrinsic Date: 17 kārttika śukla 12 (era: regnal, Pṛthivīṣeṇa II). Basis of dating: approximate reign of Prthvisena II.
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Reported and edited in #Kolte_1972. Also edited in #Shrimali_1987:78-81 (probably a reprint of Kolte in VSMA, not #Kolte_1972). Corrections in #Shastri_1995. Discussed in #Shastri_1987:62-64, #Shastri_1997:103-106.
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