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New dimensions in Tamil epigraphy : Select papers from the symposia held at EPHE-SHP, Paris in 2005, 2006 and a few invited papers

de Murugaiyan, Appasamy (Ed.)
Collation: 1 vol. (XVI-354 p.) : ill.; pl., cartes. ; 25 cm.Édition: Chennai, India : Cre-A, 2012.ISBN: 978-81-921302-4-8.Contenu: The epigraphical legacy at Gangaikondacholapuram: problems and possibilities / Daud Ali (p.3-34) -- Conception and understanding of some technical terms in Tamil inscriptions / Y. Subbarayalu (p.35-46) -- Andhra-Tamilnadu and Sri Lanka: Early Buddhist sculptures of Sri Lanka / Osmund Bopearachchi (p.49-68) -- Why does Caṇḍeśa sport a jaṭābhāra? / Charlotte de Percin-Sermet (p.69-80) -- Iconographic programme during the reign of the Chola queen, Sembiyaṉ Mahādēvi / Virginie Gazon (p.81-98) -- The Nāganātheśvara temple at Māṉambāḍi: a Chola monument dedicated to the glory of Śiva and His devotees / Rachel Loizeau (p.99-125) -- Analysis of Tamil Nadu glass beads: application to the study of inland glass trade / Bernard Gratuze and Sarah Guillaume (p.129-143) -- Epigraphical evidences for the Roman trade and Roman artifacts in ancient India - with special reference to South India / S. Suresh (p.144-157) -- Messengers of trade and faith: ancient poetry inscriptions from Sri Lanka found in India: an annotated and illustrated catalogue / Iravatham Mahadevan (p.158-169) -- Cultural transformation from iron age to early historic times: a case study of the Vaigai river valley, Tamil Nadu / K. Rajan and V. P. Yatheeskumar (p.170-202) -- South Indian temple dancers: 'Donated' to the deity & 'Donors' for the deity: two tamil inscriptions on music and dance in the Rājarājeśvara temple at Tañjavūr (11th century) / Tiziana Leucci (p.205-252) -- Of dangerous guardians and contested hierarchies: an ethnographic reading of a south indian copper plate / Zoé E. Headley (p.253-281) -- Tamil-Brahmi inscriptions: a critical landmark in the history of the Dravidian languages / Christiane Pilot-Raichoor (p.285-315) -- Hero stone inscriptions in Tamil (450-650 CE): Text to meaning: a functional perspective / Appasamy Murugaiyan (p.316-351)Thématique: Histoire | Culture, art, littérature | Religion | Linguistique, langues | Archéologie | CommerceThématique spécifique: Anthropologie sociale | Commerce maritime | Iconographie | Epigraphie | Inscription Langue: Tamil Type de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Inde
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The epigraphical legacy at Gangaikondacholapuram: problems and possibilities / Daud Ali (p.3-34) --
Conception and understanding of some technical terms in Tamil inscriptions / Y. Subbarayalu (p.35-46) --
Andhra-Tamilnadu and Sri Lanka: Early Buddhist sculptures of Sri Lanka / Osmund Bopearachchi (p.49-68) --
Why does Caṇḍeśa sport a jaṭābhāra? / Charlotte de Percin-Sermet (p.69-80) --
Iconographic programme during the reign of the Chola queen, Sembiyaṉ Mahādēvi / Virginie Gazon (p.81-98) --
The Nāganātheśvara temple at Māṉambāḍi: a Chola monument dedicated to the glory of Śiva and His devotees / Rachel Loizeau (p.99-125) --
Analysis of Tamil Nadu glass beads: application to the study of inland glass trade / Bernard Gratuze and Sarah Guillaume (p.129-143) --
Epigraphical evidences for the Roman trade and Roman artifacts in ancient India - with special reference to South India / S. Suresh (p.144-157) --
Messengers of trade and faith: ancient poetry inscriptions from Sri Lanka found in India: an annotated and illustrated catalogue / Iravatham Mahadevan (p.158-169) --
Cultural transformation from iron age to early historic times: a case study of the Vaigai river valley, Tamil Nadu / K. Rajan and V. P. Yatheeskumar (p.170-202) --
South Indian temple dancers: 'Donated' to the deity & 'Donors' for the deity: two tamil inscriptions on music and dance in the Rājarājeśvara temple at Tañjavūr (11th century) / Tiziana Leucci (p.205-252) --
Of dangerous guardians and contested hierarchies: an ethnographic reading of a south indian copper plate / Zoé E. Headley (p.253-281) --
Tamil-Brahmi inscriptions: a critical landmark in the history of the Dravidian languages / Christiane Pilot-Raichoor (p.285-315) --
Hero stone inscriptions in Tamil (450-650 CE): Text to meaning: a functional perspective / Appasamy Murugaiyan (p.316-351)

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