[RAS Burmese 50] [Kammavācā] – Chārattaṃ – mānattaṃ?
language : Burmese
date : C19th?
1. [Kammavācā] – Chārattaṃ – mānattaṃ?, fragment A single ola (kho); 540 x 66 mm; a single cord hole, 5 lines, 45 char., Burm. large round script in black lac, 500 mm; numb. Burm. letters; gilded with red motifs. No date. 2. [Kammavācā], fragment Gilded decorated copper plates; foll. 2 (kō-kaṃ); 555 x 100 mm; 2 cord holes, 5 lines, 30 char. in blacl lac, tamarind-seed script, 520 mm; a single wooden cover, dark red lacquered and decorated in silver motifs. Label in ink: “Pali MSS. round & square on Ivory and Palm leaves Presented by Fullarton, Esq. Apl 16 1831”. No date. – Presented by Fullarton (or Fullerton?) 1831? or according to TRAS 2, 1830 p. xcv, appendix no. VII, presented “by B.G. Babington, Esq. April 7 1827, A Burmese MS. in the square Pali character, on two sheets of copper?” See Jacqueline Filliozat, ‘Survey of the Pāli Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society’, Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt. 1, pp. 35-76.