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ASSYRIAN 



AND 



BABYLONIAN LETTERS 



BELONGING TO 



THE KOUYUNJIK COLLECTIONS OF 
THE BRITISH MUSEUM 



BY 

ROBERT FRANCIS HARPER, Ph.D 

PROFESSOR OF THE SEMITIC LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES 
IN THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 



PART V 



THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO PRESS 
LUZAC AND CO., LONDON 



1900 

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PREFACE 



The plan of publication followed in this volume is that 
which was proposed in outline in Part I, published in 1891. 
I have given in the following Plates (1) about forty-five 
Tablets, on which the names of the scribes have either been 
omitted, or have been broken away ; (2) the complete corre- 
spondence of certain scribes ; and (3) the remaining Letters 
belonging to scribes, a part of whose correspondence had 
been published in previous volumes. Under this last head I 
have in one or two cases omitted some of the fragments, 
reserving them for a future Part 

It will be possible to assign many of the Letters without 
names to their proper places from a study of their contents, 
and from the style of the handwriting. This was intention- 
ally not attempted in the present volume, because it has been 
my aim from the beginning to reproduce the original texts 
as nearly as possible, without giving restorations — except in 
a few places where they seemed certain — or notes of any 
kind. As mentioned in a previous Preface such notes, 
textual, philological, and historical, will find a place in later 
volumes of commentaries on the texts. 

Nos. 440, 458, 498, 522, and 529 have been published by 
S. A. Smith, and Nos. 437, 460, 462, 507, 527, 528 by 
WlNCKLER. I am very much indebted to them for their 



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vi PREFACE. 

copies, which were carefully prepared. I have not been able, 
however, to accept all their readings, and I may also say that 
I do not expect scholars to accept all mine. Many of the 
Tablets are broken and difficult, and in such it is often 
impossible to form a connected text. Again, in the Letters 
there are as many different handwritings as there were 
scribes. Hence there will be many places where scholars 
may differ from my readings. In the final collation of all 
the Letter texts, I, myself, hope to be able to decide the 
readings of many passages, about which there is, to my mind, 
still some uncertainty. 

I have been hampered in this, as in all the preceding 
volumes, by scratchings and rubbings made upon the Tablets 
by my predecessors, who have often scratched signs in 
such a way as to make them read as they thought they 
should. This makes it impossible to distinguish what the 
original text really was, and I must add that I cannot accept 
all of these amended originals. Of course, such treatment of 
a tablet was thoughtless, to say the least of it. It is also 
very unfair, as it makes it almost impossible to differ from 
the person who has thus amended the original. All textual 
students are very glad, indeed, that such treatment of Tablets 
is not in vogue at present, and is, in fact, now impossible in 
the British Museum. 

The Parts containing the texts of the Letters will, I have 
every reason to hope, appear more frequently in the future 
than in the past. Part VI will probably be ready in 1901. 

I wish especially to acknowledge my obligations to 
Dr. E. Wallis Budge, the Keeper of the Department of 
Egyptian and Assyrian Antiquities, British Museum, for his 
courtesy, and for the great assistance which he has afforded 
me during my stay in London. I wish to thank him also for 
his kindness to my pupils, Mr. PRESTON P. BRUCE and 
Mr. Clifton D. Gray, Fellows in Semitic in The 



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PREFACE. VH 

University of Chicago, who have been working on the 
Hymns to Marduk and Shamash. 

I am indebted for many valuable suggestions as to the 
readings of difficult passages to Mr. Leonard W. King 
and Mr. R. Campbell Thompson, Assistants in the 
Department. 

To my old teacher and friend, PROFESSOR EBERHARD 
SCHRADER, of the University of Berlin, I have the honour 
of dedicating this volume. 

ROBERT FRANCIS HARPER 



The Students' Room, 
The Department of Egyptian and 
Assyrian Antiquities, The British Museum, 
November the twentieth , 1900. 



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INDEX I. 



SCR INK. 

T-TIi n£TT 



:• ''\-/£.-/*;.-/',\-, < 






NO. 
436 

437 
438 
439 
440 
441 
442 

443 
444 

445 
446 

447 
448 
449 
45° 
45 J 
452 
453 
454 

455 
456 



KOUYUNIIK. NO. 

K. 145 
K. 168 
K. 177 
K. 432 

K. 493 
K. 534 
K. 543 
K. 579 
K. 645 
K. 724 
K. 762 
K. 821 
K. 826 
K. 838 
K. 898 
K. 924 

K. 943 
K. 948 
K. 961 
K. 999 
K. 101 2 



PAGE 

461 

462, 463 

464, 465 

466 

467 

468 

469, 470 

471 
472 

473 
474 
475. 476 
477 
478 

479 
480 
481, 482 
483, 484 
485 
486, 487 
488, 489 



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SCRIBE. 


NO. 


KOUYUNJIK NO. 




PAGE 


W'M>M%W^mm 


457 


K. 1014 




490 


- i'rl ''<_'>'<' l'r2$<Z'& y - '>' ?£'-i '&''''£•■ 


458 


K. 1 1 22 




491 


W':f^§M^B^M- 


459 


K. i 141 




492 


2&~<- '•''/•' > i. r \ t'--. ■■'^i^.f^.v^'i^-/ , & 


460 


K. 1250 




493 


-///)' -/ .^)' >'iv •'• •>;' v0--/'2r. : i'/' '/£•;' 7 y/'~' ''/: 


461 


K. 1293 




494 


?& V ' • - /S " -' ' ?>£- • s? V ; ; 


462 


K. 1374 


495« 


496 


?S2^pS:^?^>2jr^ :^2%2^ 


463 


K. 1438 




497 


z^iWM '''" ' ?\^'f £>S 


464 


K. 1519 


498 


499 


IjS^SS^S^SSs 


465 


K. 8509 




500 


S^IM^M£M££i£ 


466 


S.51 




5 QI 


^^^BsSPBsl^S^ 


467 


S. 456 


5° 2 , 


5°3 


-///X ':'/'&'/'£■ >'0, -f~'.' ' ' ^' 


468 


Rm. 217 




5°4 


?^>^>S?^>^>^^>^2^ 


469 


48-11-4, 282 




5°5 


^ks^smm^ w?i 


470 


80-7-19, 36 




506 


- iv ? •„••/' 7 -// 7 ;■•,'- -/of--/ (■;•-/(■ ';■-'■■ <£ ■■ iV-i£r. 


47i 


80-7-19, 41 




5°7 


'■y'£-~£±/r > • ''2 '& '•'£'?•'' '.'?■ 7 /•-/■•'• '•,'• '-'UrVi'r. 


472 


80-7-19, 46 




508 


W^fS:^^:^yff!W^ 


473 


81-2-4, 65 


5°9 


5i° 


7^M;:^i&m£^M 


47^ 


81-2-4, 67 




5 11 


1 'i£? ''< iX-i'.'^i.^ .•'-•'> ': >••<• ji^fl^?^ 


475 


83-1-18, 3 




5 12 


! S:'?^; -.^ ;^;'^:^:2j?^l^ 


476 


83-1-18, 5 


5i3 


5*4 


;S^i£-3-S^^-yig|i 


477 


83-1-18, 7 




5i5 


SS^MljMi^i§^ 


478 


83-1-18, 8 




5i6 


T ^HF" ^f 1 2^^?^2^2^2^ 


479 


83-1-18, 94 




5*7 


iT^m^ffieTW^TT 


480 


K. 8402 




5i8 


J T 4*m* HRff tTTTT 4 


481 


K. 13019 




5 J 9 


482 


82-5-22, 104 




5 J 9 


483 


82-5-22, 173 




520 


T 4-ft- HFff tTTTT 4 ^TT 


484 


81-7-27, 33 




521 


r y ^ <*4f -V 


485 


K. 1061 




522 


| I )itto. 


486 


K. 8375 


523 


524 


«| Ditto. 


487 


K. 1 1666 




5 2 5 


j Ditto. 


488 


K. 13111 




525 


LT 4*T!T* 4fl- -4- -V 


489 


83-1-18, 117 




526 



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xi 


SCRIBE. 


NO. 


KOUYUNJIK NO. 


PAGE 


nr-VHTTUHMW 


490 


K. 746 


527 




491 


S. 677 


527 


492 


81—2-4, 60 


528 


|_ Ditto. 


493 


83-1-18, 13 


5 2 9, 530 


I Ditto. 


494 


80-7-19, 23 


531 


495 


Bu. 91-5-9, 66 


532 


rT X <f- «f 


496 


K. 474 


533 


! Ditto. 


497 


K. 545 


534 


! J Ditto. 


498 


K. 646 


535. 536 


""^ 


Ditto. 


499 


K. 1002 


537 




Ditto. 


500 


K - i3°3 


538 




Ditto. 


5 QI 


Bu. 9i-5-9» 39 


539 




'T«f sEWST 4.4- 


502 


K. 66 t 


54o 


^ 


Ditto. 


5°3 


K. 667 


541. 542 


j Ditto. 


504 


K. 1 1 76 


543 


[_ Ditto. 


505 


81-2-4, 95 


544 


r y y? <y- #= yj 


506 


K. 678 


545, 546 


! T T? <T- * T? 


507 


K. 1077 


547 


«4 Ditto. 


508 


D. T. 264 


548 




Ditto. 


509 


81-2-4, 123 


548 




Ditto. 


5i° 


81-7-27, 35 


549 


f y ^ffc^y ^ ty 


5ii 


K. 654 


55° 


-h Hf- s£ K* tT 


5 12 


K. 858 


55i 


U Hf- -*Hh -<* ~T 


5i3 


S. 480 


55i 


T « tl? ^T 


5M 


K. 477 


552 




5*5 


K. 621 


553 


5i6 


81-7-27, 3i 


554, 555 


1 Ditto. 


5i7 


82-5-22, 91 


556 


5i8 


83-1-18, 27 


557 


T <W ■* 4^ <« 


5i9 


83-1-18, 10 


558, 559 


r^j^ 


520 


K. 680 


5 6 °, 5 6x 


T^THUJJ^- 


521 


83-1-18,4 


562, 563 




T «f <*# 5: 


522 


K. 498 


5 6 4 



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SCRIBE. 




NO. 


KOUYUNJIK NO. 


PAGE 


!<««^VtI. 




5 2 3 


K. 585 


565 


T$<^TJ>-MH±TT 


**4WHf- 


524 


K. 588 


5 66 


T «f s£ e= ^ ^ 




525 


K. 590 


567 


c»fc: -ZL-cTT !•*■* 




526 


K. 628 


S 68 


T >* #* ^T 




527 


K. 830 


569, 57° 


T <« HF- T? W 




528 


K. 1065 


S7i 


T -+ 4# <IU *T? 




529 


K. 1252^ 


572 


T fl- * t<TT B 




53o 


80-7-19, 40 


573 


T HF- sfc SP Ar T--"- 




53i 


81-2-4, 50 


574 


t »gf -nf -v 




532 


83-1-18, 15 


575 


T T? ~tT? 




533 


83-1-18, 44 


576 


T -+ tT V- •* HTT4 


~nr 


534 


K. 637 


577 


I Hf «=T -<^ •* -M ^T 


535 


K. 5500 


578 


•T Hf tf -^ ^ -M 


^ 


536 


K. 5579 


578 


T«f*T-HA- 




537 


K. 8535 


579 


T «f 4= ^ - 




538 


K.531 


580 



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KOUYUNJIK 








KOUYUNJIK 






NO. 


NO. 




PAGE 


NO. 


NO. 


PAGE 


145 


43 6 




461 


724 


445 


473 


168 


437 


462 


463 


746 


490 


527 


177 


438 


464, 465 


762 


446 


474 


43* 


439 




466 


821 


447 


475> 476 


474 


496 




533 


826 


448 


-177 


477 


514 




552 


830 


527 


5H 57o 


493 


440 




467 


838 


449 


478 


498 


522 




564 


858 


512 


55i 


53i 


538 




580 


898 


450 


479 


534 


441 




468 


924 


45i 


480 


543 


442 


469 


»47o 


943 


452 


481, 482 


545 


497 




534 


948 


453 


483, 484 


579 


443 




47i 


961 


454 


485 


585 


523 




565 


999 


455 


486, 487 


588 


524 




566 


1002 


499 


537 


59o 


525 




567 


1012 


456 


488, 489 


621 


5i5 




553 


1014 


457 


490 


628 


526 




568 


106 1 


485 


522 


637 


534 




577 


1065 


528 


57r 


645 


444 




472 


1077 


5o7 


547 


646 


498 


535, 


536 


I 122 


458 


491 


654 


5" 




55o 


II4I 


459 


492 


661 


502 




54o 


II76 


5o4 


543 


667 


5<>3 


54i 


542 


I25O 


460 


493 


678 


506 


545 


546 


1252 


529 


572 


680 


520 


560 


>56i 


I293 


461 


494 












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KOUYUNJIK 
NO. 

1374 
1438 
15*9 
55oo 
5579 
8375 
8402 
8509 

8535 
11666 
13019 
1 3 1 1 1 

S. 456 

S. 480 

S. 677 
D.T. 264 
Rm. 217 
48-1 1-4, 282 
80-7-19, 23 

80-7-19, 3 6 
80-7-19, 40 
80-7-19, 41 
80-7-19, 46 
81-2-4, 50 



NO. 
500 
462 

463 
464 

535 
536 
486 
480 
465 

537 
487 
481 
488 
466 
467 

5i3 
491 
508 
468 
469 

494 

470 

53° 
47i 
472 

53i 



PAGE 
538 

495> 49 6 

497 

498, 499 

578 
578 
5 2 3,524 
5i8 
500 

579 
525 
5i9 
525 
501 
5°2, 5°3 
55i 
527 
548 
5°4 
505 
53i 
506 

573 
507 
508 

574 



KOUYUNJIK 
NO. 

81-2-4, ^O 

81-2-4, 65 

81-2-4, 67 

81-2-4, 95 
81-2-4, 123 
81-7-27, 31 
81-7-27, 33 
81-7-27, 35 
82-5-22, 91 
82-5-22, 104 
82-5-22, 173 



83- 
83- 
83- 
83- 
83- 
83- 

83- 
83- 
«3- 
83 



18,. 3 
18,4 
-18, 5 
-18, 7 
-18, 8 
-18, 10 
-18, 13 
-18, 15 
-18, 27 
-18, 44 



83-1-18, 94 
83-1-18, 117 
Bu. 91-5-9, 39 
Bu. 91-5-9, 66 



NO. 

492 
473 
474 
505 
5<>9 
5i6 

484 
5*° 
5i7 
482 

483 
475 
521 
476 
477 
478 
5i9 
493 
532 
5i8 

533 
479 
489 
5oi 
495 



PAGE 
528 

5°9, 5 IQ 
5" 
544 
548 

554, 555 
521 
549 
556 

5i9 
520 

512 

562, 563 

5*3, 5*4 

515 

5i6 

558, 559 

529, 53o 

575 

557 

576 

5i7 

526 

539 
532 



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A List of Tablets published in Parts I-Y. 



K. io 3 , ii s , if, i 4 l , 21', 22 s *, 63^, 79 3 , 8oi, 81 3 , 82», 832, 84", 892, 
94 3 , 95 3 > 96 s , 11 2 2 , 11 3 2 , 117 1 , 122 1 , 125 2 , 145 5 , 146 2 , 1548, 167 1 , i68\ 
174 1 , I75 2 , I77 5 , 181 2 , 183 1 , 1851, 186 2 , 194 2 , 312 3 , 432 5 , 462^, 4 66i f 
467*, 468 1 , 469 s , 472 1 , 474 5 , 476 1 , 477 5 , 47»\ 4«i 2 , 482 2 , 483 1 , 485 1 , 
486 s , 487 1 , 488 s , 490 1 , 491 1 , 492 1 , 493 s , 494 1 , 495 1 , 497 2 , 49 8 5 , 499 1 , 
501 1 , 502 3 , 503 2 , 504 2 , 5<>5 2 , 5°6 3 , 5Q7 1 , 5°9 8 » 5 ll \ 5 I2 % 5i3 3 > 5*4 3 , 
S^ 1 , 5i7 8 , 5i8 2 , 519 1 , 520 1 , 522 1 , 523 s , 524 s , 525 s , 526 s , 5271, 528*, 
529 1 , 53o 2 , 53i 5 , 532 1 , 533 3 , 534 5 , 537 2 > 538 1 , 539 2 , 54o 2 , 541 2 , 542 2 , 
543 5 , 545 5 > 546 1 , 547 1 , 549 1 , 55Q 1 , 55 *\ 552 3 , 553 2 > 554 1 , 555 1 , 556 : \ 
558 2 , 559 3 , 56o 3 , 561 1 , 562 s , 563 s , 565^ 567 3 , 568 1 , 569 1 , 571 3 , 572*, 

573 2 , 574 1 , 575 2 , 576 1 , 577 2 , 578 3 , 579 5 , 581 3 , 582 s , 583 1 , 584 s , 585 s , 
586*, 588*, 5892> 59o5< S9I i f 5923> S94 i 9 S95 i y 5962> S97 j 5982 . 599 3 ? 

601 1 , 602 1 , 604 1 , 606 2 , 607 3 , 609 2 , 610 3 , 612 1 , 613 1 , 614 2 , 615 3 , 616 2 , 
617 2 , 618 1 , 619 2 , 620 1 , 621 5 , 622 3 , 623 s , 62 4 2 , 625 2 , 626 1 , 627 1 , 628 s , 
629 1 , 630 3 , 631 2 , 6 3 6 2 , 6 37 5 , 6 3 8 3 , 6391, 641 1 , 6421, 643 1 , 6 4 4 3 , 645 s , 
6 4 6 5 , 6 4 7 2 , 649 1 , 650 2 , 65 1 3 , 6 5 2 2 , 6 53 2 , 6 54 5 , 6 55 2 , 656*, 657 1 , 660*, 
66 1 5 , 662 2 , 663 3 , 664 s , 665 s , 666 1 , 667 s , 669 s , 674^ 678*, 679^ 68o*, 
682 2 , 686 2 , 687 1 , 68</, 690 2 , 691 1 , 724 5 , 746 s , 762 s , 82 1&, 82 4 3 , 825 s , 
826% 8 2 8 3 , 830 5 , 831 2 , 8 3 8 5 , 858 s , 8 9 8 5 , 903 1 , 910 2 , 924 s , 938 3 , 939«", 
943', 9 48 5 , 961 5 , 970 1 , 979 1 , 981 1 , 983 1 , 991 1 , 997^ 999*, iooo 2 , 

I002 5 , IOI2 5 , IOI3 2 , IOI4 5 , IOI7 1 , IOI9 1 , I02I 3 , I022 1 , IO24 1 , IO25 2 , 

10261, I027 3 , IO32 1 , IO33 1 , IO37 2 , IO39 1 , I040 1 , I04I 1 , IO44 3 , 1045 s , 

IO472, IO48 2 , IO49 1 , I050 1 , IO52 2 , IO53 1 , IO54 3 , IO55 3 , IO57 1 , IO58 2 , 

IO59 3 , I060 2 , I06l 5 , I062 2 , I065 5 , I066 3 , I067 2 , I069 1 , IO7O 1 , IO77 5 , 

IO78 3 , I080 2 , I08l 3 , I082 1 , I085 3 , I087 1 , IO89 3 , IIOI + I22I-, II07 3 , 



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1113+1229 1 , 1122 5 , 1139 1 , 1141 5 , 1147 + 1947 1 , 1151 1 , 1162 3 , 1168', 
1170 3 , 1175 + 1207 3 , 1176 5 , 1187 2 , 1189 1 , 1195 1 , H97 1 * H99 2 > 1200 1 , 
1202 3 , 1204 1 , 1205 1 , 1209 1 , 1220 3 , 1227 3 , 1228 3 , 1 234 s , 1235 2 , 1 239-, 
1242 1 , 1243 3 , 1249 3 , 1250 5 , 1252 6 , 1267 2 , 1270 2 , 1271 3 , 1272 1 , 1274% 
1293 5 , 1303 5 , 1374', 1396 2 , 1402*, 1410 2 , 1413 1 , 1428 1 , 1438 5 , 1461 1 , 
1500 3 , 1519*, 1540 1 , 1614 3 , 1619/r*, 1883 3 , 1894 3 , 1896 2 , 1899 3 , 1907 2 , 
1926 3 , 1932 3 , 2909 1 , 4281 1 , 4304 1 , 4703 2 , 4704 1 , 4736 s , 4770 1 , 4780 1 , 
5244^, 5 2 9i s , 5398 3 , 5458 s , 5464*, 5465 1 , 5466 1 , 5468 s , 5500 5 , 5509 1 , 
553i 2 , 5579 5 > 5585 3 » 5 8 i4 s , 6005 3 , 6 94 6 3 , 7339 s , 73 8 4 s , 7426 1 , 7434-, 
7467 3 , 7473^ 7493 2 , 7548 s , 8375-, 8 3 8 3 3 , 8402 5 , 841 i 3 , 8509 5 , 8 535 \ 
11148 8 , 11666 5 , 13000 3 , 13016 3 , 13019 3 , 13100 3 , 13 1 1 1 5 , 13135 s , 
13154 3 , 14093 3 , 14102 3 , I4i3 83 » J4I39 3 - 

S. si 5 , 456 s , 480 5 , 677"', 760 4 984*, 1028 4 1030*, 1031 4 1034 4 , 
1045 4 1046 4 , 1064 4 1368 4 , 1940 4 , 1942 4 . 

D.T. 98 4 , 220 4 , 264 s . 

Rm. 67 4 , 69 4 72*, 73 4 , 76 4 , 77 4 , 78 4 , 215 4 217"'. 

Rm. 2, 1 4 , 2 4 , 3 4 4 4 , 5 4 , 6 4 8*, 45 8 4 , 4 59 4 , 463 4 . 

47-7-20, 115 4 . 

48-1 1-4, 282 s . 

67-4-2, i 4 . 

79-7-8, 138 4 , 2 34 4 . 

80-7-19, 17 4 , 18 4 , 19 4 , 20 4 , 23 s , 25 4 2 6 4 , 36*, 40 5 , 41 5 , 46 s . 

81-2-4, 49 4 i 5o 5 > 5* 4 * 53 4 > 55 4 > 57 4 , 5 84 > 6 ° 6 > *>2\ 6 3 4 , 65^, 67 s , 

95 5 > i23 5 - 

81-7-27, 31 3 , 33 5 , 35 5 , 199 4 , 199a 4 . 

82-5-22, 91 5 , 94 4 , 96 4 , 97 4 , 98 4 , 99% T04 5 , 169 4 , 172 4 , 173 5 , 174 4 . 

83-1-18, 2 4 , 3 5 , 4 5 , 5'\ 6 4 , 7 5 , 8 5 , 9 4 , io 5 , n 4 , 12 4 , 13*, 14 4 , 15-, 
16 4 , 17 4 , 18 4 19 4 , 2 4 4 , 25 4 , 27 s , 28 4 , 2 9 4 , 30 4 , 31 4 33 4 , 3 4 4 35 4 , 36*.. 

37 4 > 3 84 > 39 4 , 4o 4 , 41 4 , 42 4 , 43 4 > 44 5 , 94 5 , U7 5 - 
Bu. 89-4-26, 5 4 9 4 , 160 4 , 1 6 1 4 , 163 4 
Bu. 91-5-9, 12 4 , 39 6 , 66 5 , 105 4 136 4 , 141 4 , 157 4 , 183 4 210 4 . 



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L43°] ?&^&%^^?&3&g£g&' 461 

[436.] K. 145. 
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j=AcT 5:? ^i?&| ~ T? 4ET *- 




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[437] wmmmmmmm a^ 



[437.] K. 168. 




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[437] 



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21. 1 s»n**grMT*HT*l 

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25. : ' . -«t gN <r- <t$m 

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[438] T "f <~'T *W 464 



[438.] K. 177. 
Obverse. 

Tf ^T sSw ^ =3 

3- £H< <M= ^ fl ^T *I33 ^ *3 
W &m ~< Sff ^ £V ~f Sff 
ET ft ►tfcl Ef ,55 5¥F HF- V- HK 

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[438] T HF- <~*T *m 465 

[438.] K. 177 (continued). 
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^n -T^Hfff et t? a hit *m 

3 . *> s' -ET s=ak* ^ T? ^T 

►+ <r- ^h sen + et ~nr <w -m 

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■ ^-f^^M^HIs^TU 

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[439] 



466 



[439.] K. 432. 



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s«vy v. v/ v ty/,-. \y\ \\7^ 'O^ \~ w C^ 1 \^\ --"0'-> ■Tl'- " ■:' > V'C^ v ' - 



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6. Eg? £T *E .^TT -m *- 5# 
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T? -ry «« « ^ s£ Ifc 

yj ~ry y «f t y K^ ^ -M 

*T *fl « -tf Sff 3= & 
<tt t^ v- "gyy t^m -< J^F 
t£ *afr *s — < m 



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[440] TH§n§m - 467 



[440.] K. 493. 
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~c m ?m n *m « w * m « 
6. ^ ^ cgf? T jyf iin *~ 

HT ^T ^ ^T 

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[44i] t tm*= sfc mm 46s 



[441.] K. 534. 
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6- tin- s£w <k .it w -m 

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[442] --T T«~ ££ WWWm 469 



[442.] K. 543. 
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►TT H- E38 Sfl 
3. MIHT I ^ ^T J 

►~TT *TTT -sTT eljg 
s£T tBTT tint *1 

tint et w "gr -hit US ; 

K3? m **T T? Sff 

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[ 44 2] -t=r t— £** w<nn§ 470 



[442.] K. 543 (continued). 
Reverse. 

m *m K* T— **T 
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[443] T HHb0T 471 



[443.] K. 579. 
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m t— "gn ^ *rr i * 

6. - M se <Ts£ "iTT *■ 

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L444J m^m^^kw^^^m 47 2 

[444.] K. 645. 
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6. T *TT ~K ■/• csp -HHAL* "if! ^H*T 3* 
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tt -ni am 



"gTTti^-^^TTEVHf-s* 

W ~Hf TU T? 4S *T 
3= *TT *- *T e£ -TT« 5? 
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«£ ^TT -^ ^T £T eTTTe <T3= ^T 
►ET eTTTe= *>*= ss= 



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[445] mmaBsatasm m 



[445.] K. 724. 



Obverse. 



Hf- 3= HF- C:*T If ~m * « -XL *ff 

jtj im *, 

T Hf- 3= ^ B3? V -R £T<T -TU. 
<H -M T HF- <« HK -,£TT -U* ^ 

*£ t Hf- &n Hf- ^f ~nr 



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[446] ^^^^$ 474 



[446.] K. 762. 

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[447] mmaasBassBsai 475 



[447.] K. 821. 
Obverse. 

T -H * — 



T sb= -ET T? If 

3 . „f_ ^ ^y yy 

T Hf- Hf- JT tS ESS »£& -XL «-nf 
9- M ^ s£H ^et amy 
"«=n *T -TTl -HF- + V EU 

t m m «ni 

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L447] wmmmmm & 



[447.] K. 821 (continued). 
Reverse. 

T«f C:*T *gft T? ss 
T^TT -ET T? T? 
3. T -*T -ET HH 
T ^T tETT -*TTT 

t «f <« *» ^f ~nr 

6. T -TR ^ -^T 

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[448] ^plp^lSpi 477 






[448.] K. 826. 
Obverse. 

^ w *mtt< w t? 

*E .IT < spr^ 

6. ^T<T VHF-^T-^ 
m t^TT *- < iffl 
IS] ^ MJ £ff B *- < 

9- *m«= -£T T? - V + ET 

Reverse not inscribed. 



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[449] W^WMMMM&M 478 

[449.] K. 838. 
Obverse. 



m ^ -~T T-~ 
3. - *cTT IS *T -t^fl 
W< KT -ET IS 

6. - ►cTT W= -TTX. 

T BS «f V + 

9. T «=T* - *TTT <« s=^ e**| T— 

s£ Hf< <T 

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hr* -m m ^bp 

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Reverse. 

3 . a- «f is timt— 

Iff T KS? -+ V 4- 
6. ^HfFf ~ IgQf z* s& 



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[450] wmmm?m&mi&M& 479 

[450.] K. 898. 
Obverse. 




3- ^TTT ~ "ST tTSS -H s$T? HDf SIT csy I 
J* *T- <T- BT -^ HH *T <Wf ^ 
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ss2yy.-<* © -sy ss: t&<yy -s^n 
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3. «a? sy t<yyy y ~y ^ WLt&m -Hf* < W 
•*y 10 tyyyt jy ^y < ^ 

6. «f y~~ j* ^y ^TH *fl? y~- 

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[45i] 






480 



[451.] K. 924. 
Obverse. 




3. ~< &± l HP- 45£©gS 



9- 



12 



2ST E£ #T ~ < IMT S£ "^^ 

\ si •m *s ^w 

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[452] WMMMM&MMM 4 81 



[452.] K. 943. 
Obverse. 

t? ^ t£35 ~< m *TC 
-try ^fcj Tiilli^Hi^ 

ETT iS5 ^ 5f 3^ 5=sn EV -+ 5^ 

ET N «H -Bf T? *T EMM 
6. -gTT *W *& -£ T- — 
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cHTp V E-TT £33 *1|L 



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[452] WMM^MMMMMM 4 82 



[452.] K. 943 (continued). 
Reverse. 

•^tt s=tttt -+ n ^ *& t— 

3- <rgT -ET ►tW 4fl- ET *T 
-EE! «=m* *TT- <Hf tE -+ 5ff eS 

6- -gTT *M HF- <« "gTT =TTTT HF- *T 
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Left-hand Edge. 

T? s£HT * <T — TTZ. ^«TT T— U <Ts£ "gTT 
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[453] T WWMMM *¥> 483 



[453.] K. 948. 
Obverse. 

■ «f -S HhlKf T- s^g ►+ <W "gTT <E7 <M 
6. «f <W "gTT -^ zzz ~»f y T- »*■ «f -nf T— 

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<T- *- *T <^ tIT ^T TJ ^T t!3S -H W 
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MI <Hf *&*? *- ^ ■* MI 
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ts «* t— iv- J3s - ^ ®u 
►sgn ^w -sir 4HfR unr ^ *m ~ **- 

•8. <M0J HIT *& :=£►< T— i *- 



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[453] T Iffil^M ^ 434 



[453.] K. 948 {continued). 
Reverse. 

^TT I@f ^T «f Sff Sff <T3= HI ~ 

HR* --T «f 8ff- - *- sfffc ~K 
6. HR* <y^ *~- ss:- fr^B -W 

t£ b* ^- iff t^ ^ -TWL -ET -=W 

9. fl -m -sTT *ffl W< I? ^T T R -R ss 

<T 3= tin ss ^eyy s&Bf -eet r< 

m ~ ^T **T ^TT *T» *lfc! n HK 

<Mf T— £A 5=TT- - <-*feJ 4 -TT tf- < J* 
15. <MSJ TJ 4 "=TTTfc= HK *£ --T * <T- 
*£ ^H « "gfT 4fl- ET HK T- 5f 

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T454] MBBtMMMkS^M 485 

[454.] K. 961. 
Obverse. 

iwfi _ _ 

■u m "s *b? st ^ 

V 4 -+4«f c:*TST£t 

-Hh 4 ^ ^ -II f«< ¥ ST T ~ H T! 

■9. T IMT £3i-< T! ^4 -IT «f 4 J£- W 
-U £T! T! -gjf >* *ffi ^T <H*T T -IT fl- 3 HK W 
-IT T? -iU ■* S±TtT iMeT >et >-tT 

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«s- ¥ T -Hf- 4 IrfT jf^- TK¥ T 4 %L ^ ^T *• 

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[46 1 J ^^^^^^^?^2^^ 494 



[461.] K. 1293. 



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[463] WMMM^&SSBMMM- 497 

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[464] fMi^fM^^Mh^:- 49*> 



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[464] W^BMMMMMM 499 



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[465.] K. 8509. 
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[466] ^^^^M^M 5oi 



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[468] j'S: §^MMM^^BB§ 504 

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[469] t^MM^BMMMMMMM 505 

[469.J 48-11-4, 282. 
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[47i] • wmmmmmmm 507 



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[472.] 80-7-19, 46. 

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[473] ' WMMMM^WMsM 509 



[473.] 81-2-4, 65. 
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[4 74] WMMMMMM& 5 1 1 

[474.] 81-2-4, 67. 

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1475 ] rB^^$BMM£^?MrB 5 1 2 



[475.] 83-1-18, 3. 

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[476.] 83-1-18, 5. 

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[476] ?pppl?^f^p^^ U4 



[476.] 83-1-18, 5 (continued). 
Reverse. 

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[477] Mr^iaM^^^k^ 515 



[477.] 83-1-18, 7. 
Obverse. 

V, J! <2W -+ <»— -■ 
Hf- 4 ¥ ^ ^TT 3- -1U »f 
3. *5:T ^T £ ^T ^T=T * 
<^ £ ^s3f=T ^T ^ 

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[478.] 83-1-18, 8. 
Obverse. 



^^T^T W « T Hf- Ctt « *■ 
^ *+? ■* ~£ 

T! JT^T'EUTHfR'SW 
t£ Hf -IT « -ST &T 
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[479] T~fs£iS§H§ 517 

[479.] 83-1-18, 94. 

Obverse. 

6. jy *ffl yw 
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I 4 8o] y ^TTT* Hfff fcTTTY 4 EtfT 518 

[480.] K. 8402. 

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6. -cYT !33 EsTT Jff e6 -M *- £* I 

9. T? ~Mf f TTTT «f 3= "iff *sTT «B « ^T 

JTC ^T cff: V ^ 

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Reverse. 




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[ 4 8i )4 s2] T4sm*'fflf*Tm4 519 

[481.] K. 13019. 
Obverse. 

Vr ^1 &I35 -H W 

3. M <Ts£ ^ fl >^T fc£3S -H W 
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Rest of Obverse broken away. 
Reverse completely broken away. 

[482.] 82-5-22, 104. 

Obverse. 

Vr ~n gss -n -etc 

3 . nu <Ts^ ^ yj ^y tiss -ii ^n 

6. -s: t £ <y ^HF- u u c y? ft 
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Reverse. 

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[4«3] T 4*=ffl* tT <fcc ^TTTT 4 ^YY 520 



[483.] 82-5-22, 173. 
Obverse. 

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Reverse. 




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[ 4 8 4 ] T 4-ff- HTCf tfTTT 4 &TT J 21 

[484.] 81-7-27, 33. 

Obverse. 

3- T t F~ -+ 

lay <ts£ ^ ! Y r ~nr ,gft -H 5f 
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6. Ey fl <IU cE ►+ ^T -3fcJ ^T j£TTT ^ 5ff 

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9. HTCL -*T -*fc! ET T? *T ^y T- 

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9. m >^T <Igf 45 £»£nilp 
*T ^g^T T~- <Mf T~~ >lils:3«? y— 
V- E^TT ^A ET 

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[485] T 4 4Hff -V 522 



[485.] K. 1061. 



Obverse. 






9- MTsHTT 



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No Reverse. 



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[486] T 4 4fl- -V S2J 



[486.] K. 8375. 



Obversk. 



3- IBJ <Ts^ •* W ^T t£3» -H -ETC 
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BTT -«=TT *m W< £<TT ti3» ~ iw m 

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[486] T 4 4* -V 524 

[486.] K. 8375 {continued). 
Reverse. 



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6. BTT ^T T- -Til «=m T~~ «=fl ^ *"** 
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[487.] K. 11666. 

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w ^y ^ -i ^y? 
^y -ctj y ^ ^fl. ~v 
3. my <<y^=>^ yj ^y ^ -ii cer 
iP£ft *gyy *mr ^yy mm 
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[488.] K. 13111. 
Obverse. 

^y ^h y 4 <*#• -v 

ms< <ys?=^ y? ^y fcgss ~n ^y? 

i- <**H 4 *m ^y w 

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[489] T 4*m* 4fl- HF- «V 526 



[489.] 83-1-18, 117. 

Obverse. 

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No Reverse. 



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[490, 491] t -v -ni &m < n 527 



[490.] K. 746. 

Obverse. 

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<« (erasure) £H T «=TTTfe Hfft W Tr 
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[491.] S. 677. 
Obverse. 

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[492] y_ V ^ t V^<y ? S28 



[492.] 81-2-4, 60. 
Obverse. 

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-tyy^ tiy.— r -gyy ^ £0 

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Reverse. 

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[493] T-VHTTHNMW 5*9 



[493.] 83-1-18, 13. 
Obverse. 

W ^T tiSS — -XL t^W 
-^ -sfcj T -v -tti *Nfe < TJ 

3 . K£ — gn. "gTT HF- + 

IBI <Wffflf .* i? ^y t!3S -H W 
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*y y^ V- Ktf ** «f -^T f~- 
£=TT E^TT W ^T -ST EV ~K -£f 

y? ~MT tl3w -XL W -£©T <Ts£ *- 

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^yyy *yyy *y :sw y— By <?? -tt^ 
"gyy *rra= -+ +- yn jt *tt 

i5- •* tf ^TT 4-4- <H -JT4 fcBT j*ttt sst 
is. tyyyt **Rff bs? *? T~ 

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[493] T ~V HfTHNfs < ff 53^ 

[493.] 83-1-18, 13 {continued). 
Reverse. 

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3- T?r.- -T Ml *■ CJ H 
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<T »ftT!T*= ^— ~'dflf 

tTTTfc sETTT MT -Tl KJS *fls*= V tlss 
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<HVT Ulf- '? T~— 

is- «=W tcyyy *n- ^ ^ ^ 
<y v em 1 ^ETteyys,: 

22 . ^T ^ s<T fl W I *■ 
j£ffl -TTT .gn 

Left-hand Edge. 



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[494] T >-^T HF- 4= 531 

[494.] 80-7-19, 23. 

Obverse. 

3. nn <T3= ** n ~nF ti^w -n m 

~V «f <« -HF- *T ^R 
«f fif s£ 5ff 5*16 HF- -s 
6. „f jy y„ s=qg „f <W V s£EJ <E 
«f <V7 V -=TT «= HF- -HF- T~~ 

-+ V- < ^T (erasure) EJ— f~~ 

9 - Esfl -4-HF- *£•**! t£3* HK -cfcJ 

tju *^t* -g^yy imy 

Reverse. 

*y ^ t^ - syyyy «f 

t^ -M 1 ^L r I? ^T 
3- £©( -M T? ^T 

tE ^T £ <T- T? fc^TTT MFT- 

TB&T *&& *£^ ^T 
6- -gTTT-MHF-^T^TmT 

eft ~m ^ *ffl 
9- ^ -HF- IH <© ^ii T- «^s 5ff 

gg^raw 9$ tsj- ^ *- *y 

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1495] f ^T «f 3= 532 



[495.] Bu. 91-4-9, 66. 

Obverse. 

T? ~n tl^S -XL W 

3- JUT < <WRfff ^ TC ^T ^ -XL W 
"V -+ <« «f *T HP- <~*T 
«f ^f b?= jff cqg -HP- b£ 

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Reverse. 




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«■ -ET T- T- s^= 

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►n w mr ^m* jl < 



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1496] r JL <h «f 



[496.] K. 474. 
Obverse. 

^ s=qrtT T Jl. <h «f 

Hf- C:*T < Hf- mi s£ j£- !=£ 
4 ■¥ & 'En HN« ■¥ -+ ^ 4«< "tH HT- 
6. IMT s£ $T ^ < IMT Et "^*< 

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Reverse. 

T? Jl s£ «f t^fc. ^ w 
TI .4 <c*TsT B M ^K 

EWHKW 18(4 THATCH 

9- 1} J "gf « ET ? -Rg "et 
ET4T ^ff^M-f 
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533 



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14971 T JL <Jh HP- 534 



[497.] K. 545. 
Obverse. 

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[498] 



T JL <h «f 



535 



[498.] K. 646. 



12. 



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24. 



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Hf- <~*T <f-"l±T «f ISI * J£* ^ 

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« -et y 4= j£- « < BU ^TJL SI 
t^A^- f*^T "tT 53 *T 5:? ^T 



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[49^1 T JL <h ~f 536 



[498.] K. 646 (continued). 



Reverse. 



3- «f c:*i< -+ mi 3= J^ s£ I A -TO BS- 

IMT *? $T - M *? £A*< < -%1 + *T h- 

T „f. <~'T ** fctf J^ fl -*T <£M T ■*! *s*=M 
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[499] 



T JL <h ►+ 



537 



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[499.] K. 1002. 
Obverse. 

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►1 ^ IH SI *• 

H ifcT <s*W ir •* Tl 53 W 

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<Hffig ,,r H^^K^T 


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[5oo] !X<h"f 538 

[500.] K. 1303. 

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3 . TU4 & "^ ~ J^ W fcT 51 *- 

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Left-hand Edge. 

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££ T V- IfcT ff *- 



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[50i] T X <h «f 539 





[501.] Bu. 91-5-9, 39. 




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\$± s<£ fl ~4 -^ -H W Btf SI 1h 


. ■ 

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[ 5 o2] T -4- t£U &T! 4~+ 540 

[502.] K. 661. 

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-s=tt ~ *N£ t~~ "in fegs; ^ 5* ten 

6. *m tf- "gTT *£& ^ i* SET? 

1ST -4tm* I K38 T~~ 

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-T T~~ "gfT «=TTTT s?= Egf(?) tTTTT ET- 



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[503] 



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S4i 



[503.] K. 667. 



Obverse. 



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•«T -tfcj T «f sHI EHf 4«f 

•gir *£$ ^ 8ff w *rm * 

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1503] T -+ 5*W HPT 4-+ 542 

[503.] K. 667 (continued). 
Reverse. 




9 . ^ *m* 4^ hk ts -sm i *ff ew< 
em* Eingf <m et u *+ ^ -<«tt m «=m* «n§r 

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4 B 2 

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[504] T -4- =*TC EHf 4-4- 543 

[504.] K. 1176. 
Obverse. 

»•} I '' sen ET W 

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Reverse. 

9- £ £^TT 



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i^i v ■ ^ jii p i« pui \j i 



fsos] T HF- cEW HHT -4-f 544 



[505.] 81-2-4, 95. 



Obverse. 



t? -ry ^ em< -x m =src 

T Hf- <« s=TTTs= ^T* C: ^ ^T HT ^ MfTT< 
Sf: ET- <HI *Hffl< T~~ HfT Sp *W< 

4Hfflf mm t£5* Stf sSfTT 4Sfc 




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[506] T T? <T- * n 545 



[506.] K. 678. 
Obversk. 

TJ ^1 t£5 -n set? 
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BTT J^TT -s^TT ^ ^ 
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►n-m«=m^TtETTicm« 
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SSI ^y jur * ^m t— *^ *- 

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[so6] y t? <T- 3= ff 546 



[506.] K. 678 (continued). 



Reverse. 



6. ^ -eit iw t^r * * £m * 

*B "^TT £T < STT 4* - 
9- t£E eSTTT Hf- V- * JT 4~fflf 

-c s^ s^TT EV HF- Sff 

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[507] T W <T- 3= W 547 



[507.] K. 1077. 
Obverse. 

W ^T *I3» -H SET? 

3 . j@j <Ttif=^ R ^T fcggf 
^ zm T¥ MTOf « 

6. ff >^T \* STT t!3w ^ *TC 




|§IT < *• ■ v|" 

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tt^<!ifH:«n 



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[5oS, 509] T W <T- *= T? 54* 

[508.] D.T. 264. 
Obverse. 

3. EI <T^ ^ N ^T «*35 

-n 5*r n *ro « 

6. n-^T VBTTsBSf-HtEW 



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[509.] 81-2-4, 123. 

Obverse. 

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-h^tj w «=m « 

6. T{^T^BTT^3S-H^ 

9 . tmc^iNN<^*T?-nf© 

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si 




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549 



[510.] 81-7-27, 35. 

Obverse. 

yj ^r *ss= .-& £sw 

~^T -tfc! T Tl <T- rif= y? 

-xl m tt «=m « 
6. tt ~nr v Byy *g$ ~n tgR 

3TT »g?S ~< 5ff 5=<TT EV Hf- s# 

v^+ ^y m <^ 

^ -*t ^y i v ^yy et 

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[5 "J T^TCM^tT * S5o 

[511.] K. 654. 
Obverse. 

H ^f JJ+? »* R -4 -^ -< j£- W 

3- *S*T -ET W T? ^4 *e£&> ~c j£- W T? "ST 
R ^T -ffl *%TT T? ~4 *©fT HK« 
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W ^ T f|T «BT Sf "eT + B 
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<« W -TMH> JU* ^ w- <ir*r*fe v ^lt 

«• IT -T^ T? «=T H Hf«< V *T*fc HM« « *=T* Hf« 
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<HSftfErT«ir^^^fiyfw- . 

is- J2T "sT 2*8*3 »T ^T >!T «» -TJH 
5*8 ~ £T «cT4 «- ^T ^T 

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Reverse. 

r-^cy ■+? >^ t tlT £TT £T E£R «=»>(?) * 

*5¥^ "ET 4ET ~ ¥ 5?tf ^eT HffnEf 

B U- -4 *^ & HK 

¥ T •rTstf ** *T - ^T 1T- 

»T U- ££ « ^T +? "t T 

B ~ £T! ^ ^ & HK' 

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6. 



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[512, 5 i3] T "f & ~<* gf S5i 

[512.] K. 858. 
Obverse. 

T^T m ET^ gm E T- 

3 . \ t «*-"*= sSHf -TlL^TTTt --TV 
\ T -<* <W ET~ £3^T ^fcj m 
\ T c* **T W W «* el EK 

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v TT ^^ T «f s£ -<* Mf 

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"■ \*T WW ^ ^TT -^?^T 

t?~mt «*.«=Tm et- 

Reverse. 

Ae <V E3S «=W m < ^T 



[513.] S. 480. 
Obverse. 

T? ^T ti3S -H cER 
Hf- -B < «f <~'T 



Reverse completely broken away. 
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[SH] T >M *U ^T 55; 



[514.] K. 477. 
Obverse. 

w *ro « w Mfw « w sn *- 

6 . «v „f_ ^y ^ „f ^ ailT 
£=TT <*# *TTT- ~T<IH£T T- 

<T 4«f HI \ II® «=£ ^TTT ~ 

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«j- <« «f Sff «=m«= -f £ST ET- 




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[5i5] T-H— 553 

[515.] K. 621. 
Obverse. 

-e^f -efcf T -H • 

3. - <-ttJ e&eT T- — 
BTT V & T? T? 

6- E35 M W BTT V HTT* <IU EcTT R W 

«* -TTX. M < sf- -■ 

ET W *£5& \* ~V 

»■ *r •*• BIT E3S IIH T? T— 





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£T 


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Mf! 


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<T-Er^-Rt*-t] 


y T? 


T? 


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tT 1 <«:=-: *T 






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M*T HK <IU *T <T- -E 
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[5i6] T -*m W ^ 554 



[516.] 81-7-27, 31. 

Obverse. 

W ^ ^> -c j£- £TC «*T csytT 
T **TH <<?? -4 T? ^4 &T ^ -+ 
3 . ^ ~c jfs. ~T? ^f ffif ^tt= < HF- <~'T 

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¥ <*T* 3ET £TT W -+ S T?4fcT 

is. y a fei m & t^» -+ <XT "ET 

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[5i6] !^CL^^J 555 



[516.] 81-7-27, 31 {continued). 
Reverse. 

^ 4ET $= y 5sT *+T=T ^ M KT -ST 5?T 
Hff i « HK 5?T v *«( ? R ~4f 

«f OT ^T W +TTT -+ J£- EW 

6. ^ ' s -JU ^T 1£T4 -Tl "?T « 
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«^ 4ET £ £ "© *- £ ^ 

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¥ n 4eh »f <« <<?? ^4 sn n *- 

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[517.] 82-5-22, 91. 

Obversk. 

4fcT ■*' t£T? TJ <*- $T £T SSTfcT 
3- B «^ "EH ~T ^W 

- <^T~T B ^ ? T ^Wl -TW 
¥ IfcT 1? tf 4ET ~ TT ^ T? 

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Reverse. 

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T{ ^ 5*T ST- ^BUT ^T 4 

3- ^T ET *=? HH« ¥ T <f- ^^ 
^Ti IfcT < J^ *5:T "ET "^ 
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t^T "ET -H ^ T? IfcT "ET 
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15- ( erasure ) 

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1 This whole line is to be taken as an erasure. 

2 The colophon is written in small Assyrian characters. 



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557 



[518.] 83-1-18, 27. 

Obverse. 






W .4 T V tar ^ -^f fei HH« 
3 . £fc= stT H +«< <H±T 15: HH« 
4tT •* »T? T? <f- $T Sf B t<- 
B < 4^ B V- <f- ~ &T «^T 

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Reverse. 








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£T4 W J! V ^ v &T 
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[519] T <W »* 4r< <« 553 

[519.] 83-1-18, 10. 

Obverse. 

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►^T -ctJ T <W ^ ^^ <« 



■v : :^- - .'. 


p^T^m^T^^ 


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[53o] T -TT^ ^TT "Sf 573 



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[532] T^^T-V 575 

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II. Species of Artocarpus, &c. 1889. £1 \2s 6d. 

III. Species of Pedicularis, &c. 1891. £3 iar. 

IV. Anonaceae of British India. 1893. £3 10s. 

V., Part 1. A Century of Orchids. Memoir of W. Roxburgh. 1895. 

£ 3 3 s. coloured, £ 1 12s. 6d. uncoloured. 
V., Part 2. A Century of New and Rare Indian Plants. 1896. £ I \2s. 6d. 
VI., Part 1. Turgescence of Motor Organs of Leaves. Parasitic species 

of Choanephora. 1895. £1 10s. 
VII. Bambuseae of British India. 1896. £2. 
Anwar-i-Soheli. By Colonel H. S. Jarrett. 1880. 15^. 
Archaeological Survey of India. (New Series) : 

IX. South Indian Inscriptions. By E. Hultzsch, Ph.D. Vol. 1. 1890. 4*. 
X. „ Vol. II, Part. 1. 

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1892. 3-r. 6d. 
South Indian Inscriptions. By E. Hultzsch, Ph.D. Vol. II, Part 3. 
1895. S s > *>d. 
XI. Sharqt Architecture of Jaunpur. By A. Fuhrer, Ph.D. 1889. 
£ 1 is. 6d. 
XII. Monumental Antiquities in the North- West Provinces. By 

A. Fuhrer, Ph.D. 1891. 13*. 6d. 
XV. South Indian Buddhist Antiquities. By A. Rea. 1Sg4.12s.6d. 
XVII. Architectural, &c. Remains in Coorg. By A. Rea. 1894. 2s. 
XVIII. The Moghul Architecture of Fatehpur Sikri. By E. W. Smith. 
Part I. 1894. £ 1 5 j. 
The Moghul Architecture of Fatehpur Sikri By E. W. Smith. 
Part 2. 1896. 1 7 j. 6d. 
XXI. Chalukyan Architecture. By A. Rea. 1896. £ 1 2s. 
XXIII. Muhammadan Architecture in Gujarat. By J. Burgess, CLE., 
LL.D. 1896. £ 1. 
Army List, The Indian. Quarterly. 4s. 

Art Ware, Photographs of Madras and Burmese. 1886. £1 15J. 
Arzis: Bengali, Canarese, Hindi, Mahratta, Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, 
and Urdu. Js. 6d. each. 

Translations of the above (except Hindi), js. 6d. each. 

Beer Casks, Destruction of, by a Boring Beetle. By W. F. H. Blandford. 

1893. 6d. 
Bibliographical Index of Indian Philosophical Systems. By F. Hall. 1859. 9*. 
Bihar Peasant Life. By G. A. Grierson, Ph.D., CLE. 1885. 6s. 6d. 
Bihari Language, Seven Grammars of. By G. A. Grierson, Ph.D. CLE. 

(8 parts). 1883—87. £ 1. 
Bihari, The Satsaiya of. Edited by G. A. Grierson, Ph.D., CLE. 1896. 7-r. 6d. 
Bombay Gazetteer, Edited by J. M. Campbell, LL.D., CLE. : 

I. (Not yet published). — II. Surat and Broach. 1877. 5*. 6d. — 
III. Kaira and Panch Mahals. 1879. is. 6d. — IV. Ahmedabad. 
1879. 3 s. — V. Cutch, Palanpur, and Mahi Kantha. 1880. 4s. — 

VI. Rewa Kantha, Narukot, Cambay, and Surat States. 1880. $s. — 

VII. Baroda. 1883. 5*. — VIII. Kathiawar. 1884. 6s. 6d. — 
IX. (Not yet published). — X. Ratnagiri and Savantvadi. 1880. 
5 j. — XL Kolaba and Janjira. 1883. 5*. — XII. Khandesh. 1880. 
6s. — XIII. Thana. (2 parts). 1882. Ss. — XIV. Thana: places 
of interest. 1882. 5*. — XV. Kanara. (2 parts). 1883. Js. 6d. — 
XVI. Nasik. 1883. 6s. 6d. — XVII. Ahmadnagar. 1884. -]s. — 
XVIII. Poona. (3 parts). 1885. 15 s. 6d. — XIX. Satara. 1885. 
6s. 6d. — XX. Sholapur. 1884. 5*. — XXI. Belgaum. 1884. 6 s.— 
XXII. Dharwar. 1884. 7s. 6d. — XXIII. Bijapur. 1884. 6s. 6d.— 
XXIV. Kolhapur. 1886. $s. — XXV. Botany of the Presidency. 
1886. 4J. 6d. — XXVI. Materials for a Statistical of Bombay Town 
and Island, Parts L, II., and III. 1893 — 94. $s. each. 

British Burma Gazetteer. Edited by H. R. Spearman. (2 vols.) 1879 — 80. 

£ 1 13*. 6d. 
Buddha Gaya; the Hermitage of Sakya Muni. By Rajendralal Mitra. 

.1878. £3. 
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Catalogue of the India Office Library, Vol. I (with Index). 1888. 10s. 6d. 
„ „ „ (Supplement). 1895. 5*. 

„ of the Arabic MSS. in the India Office Library. By O. Loth. 

1877. i$s. 
„ of the Mandalay MSS. in the India Office Library. By V .Fausboll. 

1897. 2.S. 
„ of the Pali MSS. in the India Office Library. By H. Olden- 
berg. 1882. $s. 
„ of the Sanskrit MSS. in the India Office Library. By Dr. J. 

Eggeling. (Parts I to V). 1887 — 96. 10s. 6d. each. 
„ of Sanskrit MSS., Bikanir. By Rajendralal Mitra. 1880. $s. 
„ „ „ Tanjore. By A. C. Burnell. 1880. £1 \is.6d. 

„ of MSS. in Oudh. By A. Sprenger 1854. 15J. 
Chestnuts, Papers on Spanish. With Introduction by Sir George Bird- 
wood, K. C. I., C.S.I. 1892. is. 
Cholera, What can the State do to prevent is? By Dr. J. M. Cun- 
ningham. 1884. 3 j. 
Coorg Gazetteer. 1884. 5*. 
Corpus Inscriptionum Indicarum: 

I. Inscriptions of Asoka. By Major-General Sir A. Cunningham, 
K.C.I.E., C.S.I. 1877. 9*. 6d. 
II. (Not yet published.) 
III. Inscriptions of the early Gupta King. By J. F. Fleet, CLE. 
1889. £ 1 1 3 j. 6d. with plates. £ 1 without plates. 
Covenanted Civil Servants, Manual of Rules applicable to. Second 
edition. 1891. 2s. 6d. 

Dictionary of Indian Economic Products. By Dr. Geo Watt, CLE. 

(6 vols, in 9). 1889 — 93. £3 3 s. 
Ditto, Index to. 1896. $s. 
Durga puja. By Pratapa Chandra Ghosha. 1871. 6s. 

English-Sanskrit Dictionary. By Sir M. Monier-Williams, K. CLE. 
1851. £ 1 10s. 

Fibres. Report on Indian. By C F. Cross, E. J. Bevan, &c. 1887. 5-r. 
Finance and Revenue Accounts of the Government of India. Annual 

volumes. 2s. 6d. each. 
Forest Working Plans. By W. E. D'Arcy. (Second edition). 1892. is.6d. 
Fort St. George Diary and Consultation Books: 1681 (Selection) 1893. 

3 s. 6d. — 1682. 1894. 4s. — 1683. 1894. 5 j. 6d. — 1684. 1895. 

$s. 6d. — 1685. 1895. 7^. 

Geological Survey Department Publications. 

Glossary of Indian Terms. By H. H. Wilson. 1855. £ 1 10s. 

Hastings, Warren, Selections from the Records of the Foreign Depart- 
ment . relating to the Administration of. Edited by 
G. W. Forrest, B. A. (3 vols.) 1890. 16s. 
„ „ The Administration of. (A reprint of the Introduction 

to the foregoing.) By G. W. Forrest, B. A. 1892. 
5-r. 6d. 

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Lansdowne, Lord, The Administration of. By G. W. Forrest, B. A. 

1894. 2s. 6d. 

Lepcha Grammar. By Colonel G. P. Main waring. 1876. 3*. 
Lighthouse Construction and Illumination, Report on. By F. W. Ashpitel. 

1895. £ 1 9J. 6d. 

Madras District Manuals (revised issues:) 
South Canara (2 vols.) 1894. 4s. 
North Arcot (2 vols.) 1895. 6s. 

Malabar Manual. By W. Logan. (3 vols.) 1891. £ 1 2s. 6d. 

Manava-Kalpa-Sutra. By Th. Goldstucker. 1861. £ 3. 

Manual of Hydraulics. By Captain H. D. Love, R. E. 1890. 5^. 

Marathi Dictionary. By J. T. Moles worth. 1857. 16s. 

Marathi Grammar. By the Rev. Ganpatrao R. Navalkar. (Third edition.) 
1894. 10 s. 6d. 

Meteorological Department Publications. 

Muntakhabat-i-Urdu. (Second edition.) 1887. is, lod. 

Mutiny, the Indian, Selections from the Records of the Military De- 
partment relating to. Edited by G. W. Forrest, B. A. Vol. I. 1893. 
1 2 j. 6d. 

North-East Frontier of Bengal, Relations of the Government with the 
Hill Tribes of the. By Sir Alexander Mackenzie, K. C. S. I. 1884. 
6s. 6d. 
North -West Provinces Gazetteer: 

I. Bundelkhand, 1874. Ss. 6d. — II. Meerut Part. I. 1875. 6s. 6d.— 
III. Meerut, Part. II. 1876. Ss. 6d. — IV. Agra, Part. I. 1876. 
Ss. 6d. — V. Rohilkhand. 1879. 8j. 6d. — VI. Cawnpore, Go- 
rakhpur and Basti. 1881. gs. — VII. Farukhabad and Agra. 1884. 
%s. — VIII. Muttra, Allahabad and Fatehpur. 1884. 10s. — IX. 
Shahjahanpur, Moradabad aud Rampur Native State. 1883. Ss. — 
X. Himalayan Districts, Part. I. 1882. 13^. — XI. Himalayan 
Districts, Part. II. 1884. 12s) 6d. — XII. Himalayan Districts 
Part. III. 1886. 12s. — XIII. Azamgarh, Ghazipur and Ballia 1 
1883. Ss. — XIV. Benares, Mirzapur and Jaunpur. 1884. 10s. 

Oudh Gazetteer. (3 vols.) 1877—78. £ 1. 

Paintings, &c. in the India Office, Descriptive Catalogue of. By W. 

Forster. 1893. is. 
Prakrita Prakasa. By E. B. Cowell. 1854. 9*. 
Prem Sagar. By E. B. Eastwick. 1851. 15*. 

Rajputana Gazetteer. (3 vols.) 1879 — 80. 15*. 

Rigveda Sanhita. Vols. IV to VI. By Professor Max Muller. 1862 — 74. 

£2 12s. 6d. per volume. 

Index to ditto. £ 2 $s. 
Rigveda Translations. By H. H. Wilson. Vols I, III and IV. 1850— 

66. 1 3 s. 6d. per volume. 

Vols. V and VI. 1888. i$s. per volume. 

Sanskritt MSS. in S. India, First and Second Reports on. By Dr. 

Hultzsch. 1895 — 96. is. $d. each. 
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1891. 4J. — Part VII. 1892. 4*. — Part VIII. 1893. 4s. — 

Part IX. 1895. 4*. 
Selections from the Records of the Burmese Hluttaw. 1889. 6s. 
Sikkim Gazetteer. By H. H. Risley, CLE., and others. 1894. 12s. 6d. 
Specimens of Languages in India. By Sir G. Campbell, K. C. S. I. 

1874. £ 1. 16s. 
Survey Department Publications. 

Surveys 1875 — 9°> Memoir on the Indian. By C. E. D. Black. 1891. 
js. 6d. 

Tamil Papers. By Andrew Robertson. 1890. 4^. 

Technical Art Series of Illustrations of Indian Architectural Decorative 
Work for the use of Art Schools and Craftsmen: 

1886—87. (6 plates.) 2 s. — 1888—89. (18 plates.) 6s. — 1890. 

(12 plates.) 4s. — 1 89 1. (18 plates.) 6s. — 1892. (13 plates.) 

4s. 6d. — 1893. (12 plates) 4s. — 1894. (14 plates.) $s. — 

1895. (12 plates.) 4*. — 1896. (15 plates.) 4*. 

Telegu Reader. By C. P. Brown. (2 vols.) 1852. 14^. 

Textile Manufactures and Costumes of the People of India. By 1 )r. Forbes. 

Watson. 1866. £ 1. is. 
Tibetan-English Dictionary. By H. A. Jaeschke. 1881. £1. 
Timber, Mensuration of. By P. J. Carter. 1893. is. 
Tobacco. Cultivation and Preparation of, in India. By Dr. Forbes 

Watson. 1 87 1. 5 s. 
Tombs or Monuments in Bengal, Inscriptions on. Edited by C. R. 
Wilson, M.A. 1896. $s. 6d. 

Vikramarka, Tales of. By Ravipati Gurumurti. 1850. is. 

Yield tables of the Scotch Pine. By W. Schlich, Ph. D. 1889. is. 

N.B. In addition to the above, a large number of departmental re- 
ports, &c, are on sale at the various Government presses in India. 
These publications are not kept in stock at the India Office ; but should 
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INDEX OF PRIVATE NAMES. 



Apte, M. C, i 
Arbuthnot, F. F., 10, 15 
D'Arcy, \V. E. D., 25 
Ashpitel, F. W.; 26 
Aston, W. G., 2 

Bacon, Wisner, 21 

Ball, C. J., 18 

Beal, S., 19 

Bemmelen, J. F. van, 9 

Bennet, W. H., 18 

Berrington, B. J., 9 

Bevan, E. J., 25 

Bezold, C, 3 

Biesen, C. van den, 22 

Birdwood, Sir G., 25 

Black, C. E. D., 27 

Blackden, M. W., 4 

Blandford, W. F. H., 24 

Brown, C. P., 27 

Browne, Edward G., 9 

Budde, K., 18 

Budge, E. A. Wallis 4, 14, 15 

Burgess, J., 24 

Burnell, A. C, 25 

Campbell, J. M., 24 
Campbell, Sir G., 27 
Cappeller, Carl, 5 
Carter, P. J., 27 
Chakrabarti J. C, 6 
Chenery, J., 10 
Cool, W., 6 
Cordier, H., 20 
Cornill, C. H., 18 
Cowell, E. B., 2, 26 
Cowper, B. H., 7 
Cross, C. J., 25 
Cunningham, J. M., 25 



Cunningham, Sir A., 25 
Cust, R. N., 7, 8 

Das, Sarat Candra, 13 
Driver, S. R., 18 

Eastwick, E. B., 26 
Edkins, J., 8 
Eggeling, J. t 25 
Eitel, E. J., 8 

Fausboll, V., 25 
Fleet, J. F., 25 
Forrest, G. W., 25, 26 
Forster, W., 26 
Frazer, G. W., 4 
Fiihrer, A., 24 

Ghosha, P. C, 25 
Gladstone (W. E.), 9 
Goldstiicker, J., 26 

Gl *ay, J-, 4, 1 1 
Gribble, J. D. B., 9 
Grierson, G. A., 24 
Griffith, R. J. H., 21 
Guirandon, F. G. de, 10 
Gurumurti, R., 27 

Halcombe C. J. H.,* 10 
Hall, F. 24 
Hardy, R. S., 10 
Harper, W. R., 1, 3, 11 
Harper, R. F., 10 
Haupt P., 17, 
Hertz, H. F., 25 
Hirschfeld, H., 2 
Hooyer, G. B., 6, 9 
Hultzsch, E., 23, 26 
Hunter, F. M., 23 



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Jacob, Max, 18 
Jaeschke, H. A., 27 
Jarrett, H. S., 23 
Jastrow, M., 11 
Johnson, F. E., 16 
Johnston, C, 11, 12 
Judson, A., 13 

Kamphausen, A., 18 
King, L. W., 12, 14 
Kittel, F., 13 
Kittel, R., 18 

Lacouperie, T. de, 2 
Land, J. P. N., 13 
Leumann, E., 19 
Levinsohn, J. B., 8 
Loewe, L., 8, 13 
Logan, W., 26 
Loth, C, 25 
Love, H. D., 26 
Luzac, C. G., 3 

Mackenzie, Sir A., 26 
Macnaghten, (Sir W. Hay), 15 
Mainwaring, G. P., 26 
Margoliouth, D. S., 15 
Mitra, R., 24, 25 
Molesworth, J. T. 26 
Monier-Williams, Sir M., 16, 25 
Moore, G. F., 22 
Morgan, E. Delmar, 21 
Miiller, F. Max, 16, 26 

Xavalkar, G. R., 26 

Oldenberg, H., 25 
Oudemans, A. C, 17 

Poole, R. Lane, 13 

Rea, A., 24. 
Rehatsek, E., 15 
Ridding, C. M., 2 
Risley, H. H., 27 
Robertson, A., 27 



Rosen, F., 17 
Rosthorn, A. de, 17 
Ruben, P., 17 

Samasrami, S. V., 21 
Sankaranarayna, P., 18 
Sauerwein, G., 18. 
Sayce, A. H. 18 
Schlegel, G., 20. 
Schlich, W. , 27. 
Seth, Mesrovb J., 19 
Smith, E. W., 24 
Sprenger^ A., 25 
Steele, R., 19 
Stein, M. A., 19 
Steingass, F., 10 
Stoffel, C, 19 
Swami Vivekananda, 21 

Taylor, E. J., 6, 20 
Tawney, C. H., 19 
Temple, G., 20 
Temple, R. C., 11, 20 
Thomas, F. W., 2 
Tiele, C. P., 20 
Trumpp, E., 23 

Uhlenbeck, C. C, 21 

Vambery, H., 17 
Venis, A., 21 
Vivekananda Swami, 21 
Voelcker, J. A., 23 

Watson, F., 27 
Watt, G. 25 
Wellhausen, J., 18 
West, Sir R., 21 
Wildeboer, G., 21 
Wilson, C. R., 27 
Wilson, H. H., 15, 25, 26 
Winckler, H., 22 
Wright, W., 22 
Wynkoop, J. D., 22 

Yatawara, J. B., 22 



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