But some of the volumes are not available there. Are they available somewhere in digitized form? If yes, then please share. I tried it but it required permission for access. So I have submitted the request.

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From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Over a period of about ten years between and , Rice published the books in a set of twelve volumes. The books contain the study of about inscriptions from lithic surfaces and copper plates , which were found in the region. Apart from the original inscription, an English translation and a Roman transliteration are also provided.

Subcategories This category has only the following subcategory. Media in category "Epigraphia carnatica" The following 10 files are in this category, out of 10 total. Arsikere porch.

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The books contain the study of about inscriptions from lithic surfaces and copper plates , which were found in the region. Benjamin Lewis Rice was born in Bangalore in His father was a Christian missionary and head of the Bangalore parish. He was also appointed as a secretary of the education commission. When he toured the countryside as an education inspector, he came across various inscriptions. He was interested in epigraphy and he took the help of his assistants to edit, translate and transliterate about inscriptions. Epigraphia Carnatica contains a study of inscriptions from 3rd century AD until the 19th century.


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