Ancient Pakistan - an Archaeological History: Volume III: Harappan Civilization - the Material Culture
This is the third volume of a much larger project, Ancient Pakistan - An Archaeological History, which deals with the prehistory of Pakistan from the Stone Age to the end of the Harappan Civilization ca. 1500 BC. This particular volume, Harappan Civilization - The Material Culture, deals with the entire gambit of the urban phase of the Indus Civilization, from its beginning to its decay and the ultimate end. The books covers such topics as the origins, settlement pattern, subsistence economy, architecture, town planning, Indus seals, arts and crafts, metallurgy, decay, and the post-Harappan cultural landscape. Every chapter is profusely illustrated with colored sketches and colored photographs. An extensive bibliography is also provided.
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Crafts and Technology
Indus Seals Tablets and Amulets Chapter 16 Ceramic Stoneware and Faience Technologies
Metallurgy and Metal Artifacts
Indus Copper and Copper Alloys
Miscellaneous Crafts and Technologies
Mohenjodaro and the Lower Indus Towns
Harappa and the UpperIndus Towns
Harappan Sites in Kutch and Saurashtra
Civilizational Decay and the postHarappan Cultures
Afghanistan agricultural Allahdino alloys animals archaeological artifacts baked brick Balakot Baluchistan bangles beads Bronze Age carnelian centers Central Asia ceramic Chanhu-daro Cholistan citadel Civiliza clay copper craft daro Dholavira drains Early Harappan Early Harappan period Early Indus east evidence example excavated faience figurines Ghaggar-Hakra Greater Indus Valley Gujarat Hakra Harap Harappan Civilization Harappan phase Harappan settlements Harappan sites houses important India Indus cities Indus Civilization Indus plains Iran Kalibangan Kenoyer kilns known Kot Diji Kulli Kutch lapis large number Late Harappan located Lothal manufacture Mature Harappan Mehrgarh ments Mesopotamia metal meters millennium BC Mohenjo Mohenjo-daro motifs mound mud brick Nausharo northern objects ornaments painted pattern Possehl post-Harappan pottery probably production Punjab Quetta raw materials region river Saurashtra seals shell Sindh smelting South Asia southern steatite stone streets structures terracotta tion town trade tradition ture types urban vessels villages walls ware