Chalcolithic site of Ujjain region, Mahidpur: excavation report
Sharada Pub. House, Jan 1, 2004 - Social Science - 128 pages
This Volume Presents A Comprehensive Report Of The Excavations Conducted At A Chalcolithic Site Of Mahidpur (Dist. Ujjain, M.P.). The Excavations Have Yeilded The Evidence Of One Of The Earliest Chalcolithic Cultures Of Malwa.
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Ahar applique Babhruvahana back blade baked bands of lines bangle belly portion bigger black pigment Black-and-Red ware blade of chalcedony block legs blotchy bone point Bos indicus bovids broken built burnished with Red-slip ceramic chalcolithic coarse fabric coarse section colour concave side corrugated culture cylindrical bead decorated diamond motif edge excavations at Mahidpur Externally red-slipped flake flaring mouth form of bull Fragment of bowl fragmentary piece handi high hump horizontal bands horizontal lines incised internally rough Kayatha layer levigated clay lota Mahidpurians Maratha mat design medium fabric microliths mound out-curved Parallel sided blade Paramara period phase pigment pinched mouth Plate pottery Red ware red washed retouching saddle quern shape sherds showing use marks Similar storage jar striking platform stud stylised forms terracotta bull figurine thick fabric thick horns thin burnished Tinny terracotta bull Ujjain un-oxidized vertical vessel well-baked white pigments