By chronological order:
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H. Lüders (1912). Appendix to Epigraphia Indica and Record of the Archaeological Survey of India. Vol. X. A List of Brahmi Inscriptions from the earlier Times to about A.D. 400. With the Exception of those of Aśoka. Calcutta: Superintendent Government Printing — 1353 inscriptions.
V. Rangacharya (1919). A Topographical List of the Inscriptions of the Madras Presidency. 3 vols. Madras.
R. Sewell (1884). Lists of inscriptions, and sketch of the dynasties of southern India. Madras: Printed by E. Keys at the Government Press.
D.R. Bhandarkar (1927-36). A List of the Inscriptions of Northern India in Brāhmī and its derivative Scripts, from about 200 A.C. Appendix to EI 19-23. Calcutta: Superintendent Government Press. Reprinted. — 2114 inscriptions.
Robert Sewell (1932). The historical Inscriptions of southern India (collected till 1923) and Outlines of political History. Published under orders of Government, by the University of Madras. Ed. for the University by S. Krishnaswami Aiyangar. Printed at the Diocesan Press, Madras, 1932. Reprinted.
G.S. Gai ed. (1986). Dynastic List of Copper Plate Inscriptions Noticed in Annual Reports on Indian Epigraphy from 1887 to 1969. Mysore: Director (Epigraphy), Archaeological Survey of India.T.V. Mahalingam (1988). A Topographical List of the Inscriptions in the Tamil Nadu and Kerala States
C.A. Padmanabha Sastry, (2008). Dynastic List of Copper Plate Inscriptions Noticed in Annual Reports on Indian Epigraphy from 1969–70 to 1996–97. New Delhi: Archaeological Survey of India.
Z.A. Desai (****). A Topographical List of Arabic, Persian and Urdu Inscriptions of South India. Delhi: Northern Book Centre.