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Epigrāphiya Karnāṭaka

Mysore, 1898-1972

The Epigraphia Carnatica (EC) Digitization Project has decided to focus on the complete first edition of the EC, edited by L. B. Rice, which is the most difficult to find in its entirety. The Vols. 13.1 and 13.2 are Indexes of the Vols. 1-12, and the Vols. 14-17 consist of supplements and have no translations of the inscriptions. Volumes from the second edition have been included when it has been possible: EC 3 1974; EC 6 1977; EC 8 1970. Some of the volumes of the second and revised edition entail new inscriptions and a different geographic division.

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1: Coorg (Kodagu), Mysore, 1972
2: Sravanabelagola, Mysore, 1973
3: Epigraphia Carnatica: Inscriptions in the Mysore district (part I), Mysore, 1894
3: Mysore district: Gundlupete, Nanjanagudu, Heggadadevanakote taluks, Mysore, 1974
4: Epigraphia Carnatica: inscriptions in the Mysore distric (part II), Bangalore, 1898
5,1: Hassan district 1: Hassan, Belur, Channarayapattana, Hole-Nasipur, Arkalgud, Manjavabad, Arsikere Taluks, Mysore, 1902
5,2: Hassan district 2: Hassan, Belur, Channarayapattana, Hole-Narsipur, Arkalgud, Manjavabad, Arsikere Taluks, Mysore, 1905
6: Kadur district: Kadur, Chikmugalur, Mudgere, Koppa Sringeri, Jagir, Tarikere, Mysore, 1901
6: Mandya district: Krishnarajapete, Pandavapura and Sirangapattana Taluks, Mysore, 1977
7: Shimoga district: Shimoga, Shikarpur, Honnali, Channagiri, Mysore, 1902
8: Shimoga district: vols. VII and VIII supplementary discriptions, Mysore, 1970
8,2: Shimoga district 2: nach Dynastien, Mysore, 1904
9: Bangalore district: Banalore, Nalamangala, Magadi, Dod-Ballapur, Devanhalli, Hoskote, Anekal, Kankanhalli, Channaptana, Mysore, 1905
10: Kolar district: Kolar, Mulbagal, Bowringpet, Malur, Sidlaghatta, Chik-Ballapur, Goribidnur, Bagepalli, Chinatamani, Srinivaspur, Mysore, 1905
11: Chitaldroog district: Chitaldroog, Davangere, Jagalur, Molakalmuru, Challakere, Hiriyur, Holalkere, Mysore, 1903
12: Tumkur district: nach Dynastien, Mysore, 1904
14: Mysore and Mandya districts: supplementary inscriptions, Mysore, 1943
15: Hassan district: supplementary inscriptions, Mysore, 1943
16: Tumkur district: supplementary inscriptions, Mysore, 1956
17: Kolar district: supplementary inscriptions, Mysore, 1965