The Aryan Debate

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Oxford University Press India, Jul 15, 2005 - History - 289 pages
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This book, the seventh in the Debates series, brings together a selection of significant essays on the extremely topical Aryan debate. The central question behind this selection is, did the Sanskrit-speaking Aryans enter India from the Northwest in 1500 BC, or were they indigenous to India and identical with the people who inhabited the Indus Valley between 2800 - 1500.

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Contents

IndoEuropean
2
The Indus Civilization
14
Linguistic Prehistory of India
24
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Thomas R. Trautmann is Marshall D. Sahlins Collegiate ProfesThomas R. Trautmann is Marshall D. Sahlins Collegiate Professor of History and Anthropology at the University of Michigasor of History and Anthropology at the University of Michigan. Among his books are "Aryans and British India" (UC Press,n. Among his books are "Aryans and British India" (UC Press, 1997), "Lewis Henry Morgan and the Invention of Kinship "(U 1997), "Lewis Henry Morgan and the Invention of Kinship "(UC Press, 1987), and "Dravidian Kinship" (1981). C Press, 1987), and "Dravidian Kinship" (1981).

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