The Indus Civilization
Title The Indus Civilization PDF eBook
Author Gregory L. Possehl
Publisher Rowman Altamira
Pages 292
Release 2002
Genre India
ISBN 9780759101722

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A brief introduction to the history, archaeology, art, language, and culture of the Indus Valley civilization, written by the leading North American Indus archaeologist.



Indus Civilization
Title Indus Civilization PDF eBook
Author R.K. Pruthi
Publisher Discovery Publishing House
Pages 266
Release 2004
Genre Excavations (Archaeology)
ISBN 9788171418657

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Contents: Introduction, The Indus Civilization, Origin and Development of the Indus Civilization, Extent and Distribution of Sites, Customs and Amusements, Indian Types of Pottery Vessels in Dvaravati Culture, Inscriptions in Mohenjo Daro, Cracking the Indus Valley Code, Extension of the Indus Civilization, Economics of the Indus Valley Civilization, The Decline, Causes of the Ruin, Some New Evidences, Mohenjo-daro and Rigveda, Is Indus Valley Civilization Dravidian s or Aryan s?



Harappan Civilization
Title Harappan Civilization PDF eBook
Author Gregory L. Possehl
Publisher
Pages
Release 1982
Genre
ISBN

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The Ancient Indus Valley
Title The Ancient Indus Valley PDF eBook
Author Jane McIntosh
Publisher ABC-CLIO
Pages 459
Release 2008
Genre History
ISBN 1576079074

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"Researchers have tentatively reconstructed a model of Indus life from the limited material that remains. Based on important findings from recent surveys and excavations in South Asia and neighboring regions, The Ancient Indus Valley explains what is now known about the Indus civilization's roots in the farming cultures of prehistoric South Asia, as well as the hallmarks of its extraordinary development. It is an eye-opening introduction to a vanished world - and a stirring testament to archaeology's power to recover the past."--BOOK JACKET.



The Ancient Indus Valley
Title The Ancient Indus Valley PDF eBook
Author Jane R. McIntosh
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Pages 458
Release 2007-11-12
Genre History
ISBN 1576079082

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This work is a revealing study of the enigmatic Indus civilization and how a rich repertoire of archaeological tools is being used to probe its puzzles. The Ancient Indus Valley: New Perspectives takes readers back to a civilization as complex as its contemporaries in Mesopotamia and Egypt, one that covered a far larger region, yet lasted a much briefer time (less than a millennium) and left few visible traces. Researchers have tentatively reconstructed a model of Indus life based on limited material remains and despite its virtually indecipherable written record. This volume describes what is known about the roots of Indus civilization in farming culture, as well as its far-flung trading network, sophisticated crafts and architecture, and surprisingly war-free way of life. Readers will get a glimpse of both a remarkable piece of the past and the extraordinary methods that have brought it back to life.



Harappan Civilization
Title Harappan Civilization PDF eBook
Author Gregory L. Possehl
Publisher
Pages
Release 1982
Genre Indus civilization
ISBN 9780856682117

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The Indus Civilization
Title The Indus Civilization PDF eBook
Author Dharma Pal Agrawal
Publisher
Pages 430
Release 2007
Genre Excavations (Archaeology)
ISBN

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