Tharisapalli plates or Tarsishapalli sasanangal (Malayalam: ചേപ്പേടുകള്) are a set of copper-plate grants that were given to the Assyrian Monk Marwan S(abo)r Easho or Iso by Venad ruler Ayyanadikal Thiruvadikal in 849 AD. The plates document a land grant of "Tarsishapalli", near "Korukenikollam" to the Nestorian (Assyrian) saints who had taken the then famous Red Sea route to Kerala on invitation of king of Kollam in Kerala (India).
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