Chandramouleshwara Temple - Tourism - Inscriptions


The presence of two 12th-century stone inscriptions in Unkal village show that the temple belongs to 11th or 12th century.

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Library Of Congress Classification:Class C -- Auxiliary Sciences Of History
... Ancient 5723-5793 Medieval and modern 5795-6661 By region or country Subclass CN Inscriptions ... Epigraphy 1-1355 Inscriptions ... Epigraphy 120-740 Ancient inscriptions 750-753 Early Christian inscriptions 755 Medieval inscriptions (General) 760 Modern inscriptions (General) 805-865 By language 870-1 ...
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    “Our earth is degenerate in these latter days. Bribery and corruption are common. Children no longer obey their parents. . . . The end of the world is evidently approaching.” Sound familiar? It is, in fact, the lament of a scribe in one of the earliest inscriptions to be unearthed in Mesopotamia, where Western civilization was born.
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