Indian Archaeology in Retrospect: Protohistory: archaeology of the Harrappan civilization, Volume 2
Indian Council of Historical Research, Jan 1, 2002 - Archaeology - 497 pages
The Indian Archaeology In Retrospect Attempts To Take Stock Of The Progress Made In The Field Of South Asian Archaeology, Especially During The Latter Half Of The Twentieth Century. Fifty -Nine Papers, Spread Over Four Volumes, Are Contributed By A Team Of Scholars, Well-Known In The Areas Of Their Specialization.
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The Study of
Geoarchaeological Perspectives on the Harappan Sites of South Asia
Deciphering the Indus Script
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