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Dr Vibha Tripathi; Series Editor: Dr D.P. Agrawal

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Dilip K. Chakrabarti,Vibha Tripathi

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About this Item: Rupa & Co., 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. This book presents a comprehensive history of Iron Technology in India. It covers the long span of Indian history stretching over roughly three and a half millennia from the first half of the second millennium BCE to pre-modern times. One can trace the development of iron technology from the humble beginnings in a chalcolithic milieu followed by the technological evolution reaching the peaks of iron technology of the colossal structures of the Delhi Iron Pillar weighing several tons by early centuries of the Christian Era. The metallurgical expertise and the ingenuity of artisans find expression in the production of wootz steel swords with their intriguing rippling patterns. These swords and daggers were highly prized in the ancient world. They were marketed by the enterprising sailors of the Middle East at lucrative profits. The sword of Tipu Sultan is indeed a legend. The iron and steel industry in India was flourishing till the eighteenth-nineteenth century CE. The quality of the product was superior enough to be prized by the European world, viz. by the Dutch, the Spanish and the British up to pre-modern times. Iron produced at Tendukhera was imported by Britain to be used in bridges across Menai Strait and also in the London Bridge. However; one perceives a decline in traditional iron industry during the British period. Iron working could manage to survive till a few decades back among the ethnic societies who had been engaged in it for generations. The book incorporates results of a first-hand study of these traditional iron-workers, who may be termed as bearers of the legacy which had a glorious past but a very uncertain future. Printed Pages: 275. Seller Inventory # 7591

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Dilip K. Chakrabarti,Vibha Tripathi

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About this Item: Rupa & Co., 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. This book presents a comprehensive history of Iron Technology in India. It covers the long span of Indian history stretching over roughly three and a half millennia from the first half of the second millennium BCE to pre-modern times. One can trace the development of iron technology from the humble beginnings in a chalcolithic milieu followed by the technological evolution reaching the peaks of iron technology of the colossal structures of the Delhi Iron Pillar weighing several tons by early centuries of the Christian Era. The metallurgical expertise and the ingenuity of artisans find expression in the production of wootz steel swords with their intriguing rippling patterns. These swords and daggers were highly prized in the ancient world. They were marketed by the enterprising sailors of the Middle East at lucrative profits. The sword of Tipu Sultan is indeed a legend. The iron and steel industry in India was flourishing till the eighteenth-nineteenth century CE. The quality of the product was superior enough to be prized by the European world, viz. by the Dutch, the Spanish and the British up to pre-modern times. Iron produced at Tendukhera was imported by Britain to be used in bridges across Menai Strait and also in the London Bridge. However; one perceives a decline in traditional iron industry during the British period. Iron working could manage to survive till a few decades back among the ethnic societies who had been engaged in it for generations. The book incorporates results of a first-hand study of these traditional iron-workers, who may be termed as bearers of the legacy which had a glorious past but a very uncertain future. Printed Pages: 275. Seller Inventory # 7591

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About this Item: Rupa & Co., 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. This book presents a comprehensive history of Iron Technology in India. It covers the long span of Indian history stretching over roughly three and a half millennia from the first half of the second millennium BCE to pre-modern times. One can trace the development of iron technology from the humble beginnings in a chalcolithic milieu followed by the technological evolution reaching the peaks of iron technology of the colossal structures of the Delhi Iron Pillar weighing several tons by early centuries of the Christian Era. The metallurgical expertise and the ingenuity of artisans find expression in the production of wootz steel swords with their intriguing rippling patterns. These swords and daggers were highly prized in the ancient world. They were marketed by the enterprising sailors of the Middle East at lucrative profits. The sword of Tipu Sultan is indeed a legend. The iron and steel industry in India was flourishing till the eighteenth-nineteenth century CE. The quality of the product was superior enough to be prized by the European world, viz. by the Dutch, the Spanish and the British up to pre-modern times. Iron produced at Tendukhera was imported by Britain to be used in bridges across Menai Strait and also in the London Bridge. However; one perceives a decline in traditional iron industry during the British period. Iron working could manage to survive till a few decades back among the ethnic societies who had been engaged in it for generations. The book incorporates results of a first-hand study of these traditional iron-workers, who may be termed as bearers of the legacy which had a glorious past but a very uncertain future. Printed Pages: 275. Seller Inventory # 7591

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Vibha Tripathi

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Gautam Sengupta,Suchira Roy Choudhury ,Sujit Som

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About this Item: Pragati Publication, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. Written by a group of distinguished scholars and illustrated with eighty-four colour photographs this collection of essays pertains to different aspects of ethno-archaeology with definite focus on crucial issues, such as the relevance of ethnohistoric accounts and the role of analogy as an explanatory tool in understanding the material culture and world view of past societies. It also discusses various problems that continue to plague this particular research strategy. The problem of presenting ethnographic data to archaeological record as a direct historical analogy results in an uncritical imposition of the present onto the past. This book seeks to examine the methodological problem and reviews the on-going debates on the definition and scope of the discipline with special reference to India. It is a first step towards reassessing, and reviewing the discipline with a much more critical perspective. This volume will be of use to the readers across the discipline of history, philosophy, anthropology, archaeology and heritage management. Contents:- Introduction I. REVIEW OF ETHNOARCHAEOLOGY IN INDIA : 1. Ethnoarchaeological Research in India : Issues and Perspectives/Bishnupriya Basak 2. Ethnography as Ethnoarchaeology : A Review of Studies in the Ethnoarchaeology of South Asia/Supriya Varma 3. Ethnoarchaeological Research in Indian Prehistory/Shanti Pappu II. ANTHROPOLOGY AND ETHNOARCHAEOLOGY : 1. A Contestation of Ethnoarchaeological Translation of Time/Swadhin Sen 2. Probing Anthropological Representations : An Analysis of Sarat Chandra Roy and his Observations on the Tribe and the Oraons/Sangeeta Dasgupta 3. Ethnoarchaeology as History : An Approach to the Archaeology of Shifting Cultivation in Santhal Parganas/Ajay Pratap 4. Relevance of Folk Traditions in the Practice of Ethnoarchaeology : A Case study of Eastern Ghats, South India/M.L.K. Murty III. ROLE OF ANALOGY IN ARCHAEOLOGICAL INTERPRETATION : A. SETTLEMENT AND SUBSISTENCE : 1. Hearth Types : An Ethnoarchaeological Study in South Central Ganga Valley/Shahida Ansari 2. Settlement Pattern of the Prehistoric inhabitants of the Ganol and Rongram River Valleys : An Ethnoarchaeological Analysis/Sukanya Sharma 3. Shifts in Pastoral-agrarian Continuum : Ethnoarchaeological Lessons from Settlement Reorganisation in Peninsular Gujarat/Swayam S. Panda. B. IV. STUDIES IN ARTIFACTS : 1. Earth - Water - Goddess - Snakes - a Study of Ritual Artefacts of the Snake Goddess : An Ethnoarchaeological Approach/Kaushik Gangopadhyay 2. Formation and Growth of Art centres : An Ethnoarchaeological Study of Sculpturing Processes in Varanasi/Vidula Jayaswal 3. Conundrum of Past Cultures of Northeast India through the Windows of the Present/Asadullah Ali Ashraf. C. V. STUDIES IN TECHNOLOGY : 1. Technology and Tradition : An Ethnoarchaeological view/Jaya Menon 2. Time, Tradition and the Wheel : The Potters` Technology of Central India/Anup Mishra 3. Pottery Tradition of the Lotha Tribe of Nagaland : An Ethnographic Study/Chumbeno Nguille 4. Ethnoarchaeology of a Potters` Village in the Tribal Habitat of Eastern Ghats/P. Vijaya Prakash 5. The Potters of Mahasthan/Dominique Alios 6. Kansaris of Bengal : An Ethnoarchaeological Study/Pranab K. Chattopadhyay 7. Gold Washing in Eastern India/Prabhakar Upadhyaya and Vibha Tripathi 8. Legacy of Iron Technology in India : A Case Study/Vibha Tripathi 9. Reconstructing the Past : Ethnographic Observations on Shellworking at Bishnupur/Arati Deshpande-Mukherjee 10. Glass Bead Production Centres : An Ethnoarchaeological Assessment/Alok Kumar Kanungo. D. VI. Mortuary Practices : 1. Iron Age Megaliths and Contemporary Megalithic Practices in the Tribal Habitats of Eastern Ghats/Sujit Som and P. Vijaya Prakash 2. A Burial Site at Jotsoma and the Mortuary Customs of the Angami Nagas : An Ethnoar Printed Pages: 479. Seller Inventory # 5989

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Gautam Sengupta,Suchira Roy Choudhury ,Sujit Som

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About this Item: Pragati Publication, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. Written by a group of distinguished scholars and illustrated with eighty-four colour photographs this collection of essays pertains to different aspects of ethno-archaeology with definite focus on crucial issues, such as the relevance of ethnohistoric accounts and the role of analogy as an explanatory tool in understanding the material culture and world view of past societies. It also discusses various problems that continue to plague this particular research strategy. The problem of presenting ethnographic data to archaeological record as a direct historical analogy results in an uncritical imposition of the present onto the past. This book seeks to examine the methodological problem and reviews the on-going debates on the definition and scope of the discipline with special reference to India. It is a first step towards reassessing, and reviewing the discipline with a much more critical perspective. This volume will be of use to the readers across the discipline of history, philosophy, anthropology, archaeology and heritage management. Contents:- Introduction I. REVIEW OF ETHNOARCHAEOLOGY IN INDIA : 1. Ethnoarchaeological Research in India : Issues and Perspectives/Bishnupriya Basak 2. Ethnography as Ethnoarchaeology : A Review of Studies in the Ethnoarchaeology of South Asia/Supriya Varma 3. Ethnoarchaeological Research in Indian Prehistory/Shanti Pappu II. ANTHROPOLOGY AND ETHNOARCHAEOLOGY : 1. A Contestation of Ethnoarchaeological Translation of Time/Swadhin Sen 2. Probing Anthropological Representations : An Analysis of Sarat Chandra Roy and his Observations on the Tribe and the Oraons/Sangeeta Dasgupta 3. Ethnoarchaeology as History : An Approach to the Archaeology of Shifting Cultivation in Santhal Parganas/Ajay Pratap 4. Relevance of Folk Traditions in the Practice of Ethnoarchaeology : A Case study of Eastern Ghats, South India/M.L.K. Murty III. ROLE OF ANALOGY IN ARCHAEOLOGICAL INTERPRETATION : A. SETTLEMENT AND SUBSISTENCE : 1. Hearth Types : An Ethnoarchaeological Study in South Central Ganga Valley/Shahida Ansari 2. Settlement Pattern of the Prehistoric inhabitants of the Ganol and Rongram River Valleys : An Ethnoarchaeological Analysis/Sukanya Sharma 3. Shifts in Pastoral-agrarian Continuum : Ethnoarchaeological Lessons from Settlement Reorganisation in Peninsular Gujarat/Swayam S. Panda. B. IV. STUDIES IN ARTIFACTS : 1. Earth - Water - Goddess - Snakes - a Study of Ritual Artefacts of the Snake Goddess : An Ethnoarchaeological Approach/Kaushik Gangopadhyay 2. Formation and Growth of Art centres : An Ethnoarchaeological Study of Sculpturing Processes in Varanasi/Vidula Jayaswal 3. Conundrum of Past Cultures of Northeast India through the Windows of the Present/Asadullah Ali Ashraf. C. V. STUDIES IN TECHNOLOGY : 1. Technology and Tradition : An Ethnoarchaeological view/Jaya Menon 2. Time, Tradition and the Wheel : The Potters` Technology of Central India/Anup Mishra 3. Pottery Tradition of the Lotha Tribe of Nagaland : An Ethnographic Study/Chumbeno Nguille 4. Ethnoarchaeology of a Potters` Village in the Tribal Habitat of Eastern Ghats/P. Vijaya Prakash 5. The Potters of Mahasthan/Dominique Alios 6. Kansaris of Bengal : An Ethnoarchaeological Study/Pranab K. Chattopadhyay 7. Gold Washing in Eastern India/Prabhakar Upadhyaya and Vibha Tripathi 8. Legacy of Iron Technology in India : A Case Study/Vibha Tripathi 9. Reconstructing the Past : Ethnographic Observations on Shellworking at Bishnupur/Arati Deshpande-Mukherjee 10. Glass Bead Production Centres : An Ethnoarchaeological Assessment/Alok Kumar Kanungo. D. VI. Mortuary Practices : 1. Iron Age Megaliths and Contemporary Megalithic Practices in the Tribal Habitats of Eastern Ghats/Sujit Som and P. Vijaya Prakash 2. A Burial Site at Jotsoma and the Mortuary Customs of the Angami Nagas : An Ethnoar Printed Pages: 479. Seller Inventory # 5989

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Vibha Tripathi

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Vibha Tripathi

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About this Item: Aryan Books International, New Delhi, India, 2001. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. "The beginning of metallurgy is a landmark in man’s march towards civilization. The advent of iron was a high water mark of technological advancement made by humankind. The metallurgical skill of ancient Indian iron craftsmen manifests itself in the colossal Delhi iron pillar the Konark beams, the Dhar pillar, and the wootz steel, erroneously called the Damascus steel till recently. The present book deals with the diverse dimensions of iron technology in ancient India and its legacies. The issue of origin of iron in the Old World, particularly in South Asia is taken up in detail. Equal emphasis is given to the innovations in iron metallurgy, the pattern of its adaptation and its impact on the socio-cultural matrix over the millennia. Iron production, its resource zones, the mechanism of its distribution and transportation and the symbiotic relationship between the areas of ‘relative isolation’ and the ‘area of attraction’ have been given detailed treatment. The author surmises that there is a direct relationship between technological input and the growing material output and thus iron appears to have played a vital role in the complex phenomena of cultural change. "The reconstructions, though based primarily on archaeological data, have been substantiated by ethnographic and literary evidences. This multi-dimensional approach makes the deductions more balanced. The book should interest the general readership as well as the specialists in the field of archaeology, history and archaeo-metallurgy." Printed Pages: 296 with 10 maps, 47 figures & 62 halftone illustrations. Size: 22 x 28 Cm. Seller Inventory # 100206

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Tripathi, Vibha

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Vibha/ Tripathi

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Vibha Tripathi

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Gautam Sengupta; Suchira Roychoudhury and Sujit Som

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About this Item: Pragati Pub, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. I. Review of Ethnoarchaeology in India 1. Ethnoarchaeological research in India issues and perspectives/Bishnupriya Basak. 2. Ethnography as Ethnoarchaeology a review of studies in the Ethnoarchaeology of South Asia/Supriya Varma. 3. Ethnoarchaeological research in Indian prehistory/Shanti Pappu. II. Anthropology and Ethnoarchaeology 1. A contestation of Ethnoarchaeological translation of time/Swadhin Sen. 2. Probing anthropological representations an analysis of Sarat Chandra Roy and his observations on the tribe and the Oraons/Sangeeta Dasgupta. 3. Ethnoarchaeology as history an approach to the archaeology of shifting cultivation in Santhal Parganas/Ajay Pratap. 4. Relevance of folk traditions in the practice of Ethnoarchaeology a case study of Eastern Ghats South India/M.L.K. Murty. III. Role of analogy in archaeological interpretation A. Settlement and subsistence 1. Hearth types an Ethnoarchaeological study in South Central Ganga Valley/Shahida Ansari. 2. Settlement pattern of the prehistoric inhabitants of the Ganol and Rongram River Valleys an Ethnoarchaeological analysis/Sukanya Sharma. 3. Shifts in pastoral agrarian continuum Ethnoarchaeological lessons from settlement reorganisation in peninsular Gujarat/Swayam S. Panda. B. Studies in artefacts 1. Earth water Goddess snakes a study of ritual artefacts of the snake Goddess an Ethnoarchaeological approach/Kaushik Gangopadhyay. 2. Formation and growth of art centres an Ethnoarchaeological study of sculpturing processes in Varanasi/Vidula Jayaswal. 3. Conundrum of past cultures of Northeast India through the windows of the present/Asadullah Ali Ashraf. C. Studies in technology 1. Technology and tradition an Ethnoarchaeological view/Jaya Menon. 2. Time tradition and the wheel the potters technology of Central India/Anup Mishra. 3. Pottery tradition of the Lotha tribe of Nagaland an ethnographic study/Chumbeno Nguille. 4. Ethnoarchaeology of a Potters village in the tribal habitat of Eastern Ghats/P. Vijaya Prakash. 5. The potters of Mahasthan/Dominique Alios. 6. Kansaris of Bengal an Ethnoarchaeological study/Pranab K. Chattopadhyay. 7. Gold washing in Eastern India/Prabhakar Upadhyaya and Vibha Tripathi. 8. Legacy of iron technology in India a case study/Vibha Tripathi. 9. Reconstructing the past ethnographic observations on shellworking at Bishnupur/Arati Deshpande Mukherjee. 10. Glass bead production centres an Ethnoarchaeological assessment/Alok Kumar Kanungo. D. Mortuary practices 1. Iron age megaliths and contemporary megalithic practices in the tribal habitats of Eastern Ghats/Sujit Som and P. Vijaya Prakash. 2. A Burial site at Jotsoma and the mortuary customs of the Angami Nagas an Ethnoarchaeological approach/Tiatoshi Jamir. Index. Written by a group of distinguished scholars and illustrated with eighty four colour photographs this collection of essays pertains to different aspects of Ethnoarchaeology with definite focus on crucial issues such as the relevance of ethnohistoric accounts and the role of analogy as an explanatory tool in understanding the material culture and world view of past societies. It also discusses various problems that continue to plague this particular research strategy. The problem of presenting ethnographic data to archaeological record as a direct historical analogy results in an uncritical imposition of the present onto the past. This book seeks to examine the methodological problem and reviews the on going debates on the definition and scope of the discipline with special reference to India. It is a first step towards reassessing and reviewing the discipline with a much more critical perspective. This volume will be of use to the readers across the discipline of history philosophy anthropology archaeology and heritage management. 514 pp. Seller Inventory # 58647

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Vibha Tripathi

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About this Item: Aryan. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. I. Introduction. II. The background-emergence of iron in ancient world: 1. Iron in and around Mesopotamia. 2. Iron in Central Asia. 3. Iron in Iran. 4. The late bronze age-early iron age on Indian borderlands. III. Origin and dispersal of iron in India: 1. Literary evidence. 2. Archaeological evidences of iron in India. 3. Metallurgical evidence. IV. From copper to iron-growth of metallurgy: 1. Metallic iron-a by product of copper and lead smelting. 2. Iron vis-a-vis copper technology. 3. Reasons for adoption of iron. 4. A review of situation in ancient cultures. 5. Ore of iron. 6. Slags and production mechanics. 7. Metallurgical processes. V. Metals and metallurgy of iron in the antiquity:1. From wrought iron to steel. 2. Metals and metallurgy of iron: ethnological observations. VI. Iron ores in India, their mining and cultural correlation: 1. Iron ore distribution in India. 2. Traces of Ancient mining activities. 3. Discussion and correlations. VII. Towards the age of iron: 1. Early iron age. 2. Middle iron age. 3. Late iron age. Conclusion. Bibliography. Index. "The beginning of metallurgy is a landmark in man's march towards civilization. The advent of iron was a high water mark of technological advancement made by humankind. The metallurgical skill of ancient Indian iron craftsmen manifests itself in the colossal Delhi iron pillar the Konark beams, the Dhar pillar, and the wootz steel, erroneously called the Damascus steel till recently. The present book deals with the diverse dimensions of iron technology in 280 pp. Seller Inventory # 34130

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Gautam Sengupta and Sharmi Chakraborty

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About this Item: Pragati, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. I. History of research 1. Early historical in Indian archaeology some definitional problems/B.D. Chattopadhyaya. 2. Archaeology of early historic South Asia a review/Jaya Menon. 3. Pataliputra the changing perceptions of a site/Bishnupriya Basak. II. Methodological issues 3. Is archaeology a reliable approach for studying the historical period of India/K. Paddayya. 4. Hellenism in the Indo Iranian Borderlands images from archaeology and text/Suchandra Ghosh. 5. Early historic sites in Western India a geo and bio archaeological perspective/B.C. Deotare Sushama G. Deo P.P. Joglekar Savita Ghate and S.N. Rajaguru. 6. Artefacts and natural site formation of the early historic sites in Rupnarayan Hugli Estuary West Bengal some preliminary observations/Kaushik Gangopadhyay. 7. Site function/site hierarchy/urban or rural a case study of Bengal Delta/Sharmi Chakraborty. III. Genesis and spread of urban process 8. Genesis and spread of urban process in the gangetic plain/Vibha Tripathi. 9. Mineral resource zone around gangetic plains a vital factor for urbanisation in middle Ganga Plain/Prabhakar Upadhyay. 10. Urban centres in North India in the sixth century BC/P.K. Basant. 11. The absence of urban centres in early historic Kathiawad/Supriya Varma. 12. Urban centres in Western India a study across time and space/Atusha Bharucha Irani. 13. Contexts and contents of early historic sites in the South Bihar Plains an archaeological perspective/R.K. Chattopadhyay and Rajat Sanyal. 14. Human occupation in Bangladesh during early historic period an overview/M.M. Hoque. 15. Tilpi a preliminary report/Gautam Sengupta Sambhu Chakrabarty and Sharmi Chakraborty. 16. Urban centres Deccan/Aloka Parasher Sen. 17. Genesis and development of urban processes in the ancient/early historic Tamil Country/V. Selvakumar and S. Darsana. IV. Technology and material culture 18. Megalithic and early historic metalwork in Southern India some issues of technology emergence and transmission/Sharada Srinivasan. 19. Metals in early history a review of the mid lower Ganga Plains Ambiance/Pranab K. Chattopadhyay and Nupur Dasgupta. 20. Ceramics of the iron age early historic period in Tamil Nadu and Kerala/V. Selvakumar. 21. Indian architecture towards a paradigm shift/Kurush F. Dalal. 22. Mahurjhari a bead manufacturing centre in Central India/R.K. Mohanty. 23. Pattern of patronage and early Buddhist Art of Amaravati/Sima Roy Chowdhury. 24. Who were the donors of the early Mathura sculptures What was their social status/Gouriswar Bhattacharya. 25. Buddhist sealings and the ye Dharma Stanza/Peter Skilling. V. Archaeology and exchange 26. Emergence of trade in early historic Peninsular India/K. Rajan. 27. Bengal and the Indian ocean maritime trade network during the early historic period/Shahnaj Husne Jahan. 28. Coins as a medium of exchange and their relation with trade/Susmita Basu Majumdar. Index. The book focuses on the present state of our understanding of archaeology of the early historic period. It explores archaeological methods aims objectives and practices. It addresses key issues that are traditionally associated with early historic archaeology. It tries to understand the changes that have taken place in the past decades due to the emergence of new issues theories and methods. Through thirty essays arranged in five sections the book charts through the various issues of early historic archaeology of the subcontinent. The reader will get an idea of the scope and evolution of this sub discipline use of natural sciences in understanding the processes of early history relevance of text aided archaeology recent trends in study of different artefacts problems related to early urbanization and exchange mechanisms etc. The volume would be useful for readers interested in the history of the early South Asia. 604 pp. Seller Inventory # 67847

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Gautam Sengupta,Suchira Roy Choudhury ,Sujit Som

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About this Item: Pragati Publication, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. Written by a group of distinguished scholars and illustrated with eighty-four colour photographs this collection of essays pertains to different aspects of ethno-archaeology with definite focus on crucial issues, such as the relevance of ethnohistoric accounts and the role of analogy as an explanatory tool in understanding the material culture and world view of past societies. It also discusses various problems that continue to plague this particular research strategy. The problem of presenting ethnographic data to archaeological record as a direct historical analogy results in an uncritical imposition of the present onto the past. This book seeks to examine the methodological problem and reviews the on-going debates on the definition and scope of the discipline with special reference to India. It is a first step towards reassessing, and reviewing the discipline with a much more critical perspective. This volume will be of use to the readers across the discipline of history, philosophy, anthropology, archaeology and heritage management. Contents:- Introduction I. REVIEW OF ETHNOARCHAEOLOGY IN INDIA : 1. Ethnoarchaeological Research in India : Issues and Perspectives/Bishnupriya Basak 2. Ethnography as Ethnoarchaeology : A Review of Studies in the Ethnoarchaeology of South Asia/Supriya Varma 3. Ethnoarchaeological Research in Indian Prehistory/Shanti Pappu II. ANTHROPOLOGY AND ETHNOARCHAEOLOGY : 1. A Contestation of Ethnoarchaeological Translation of Time/Swadhin Sen 2. Probing Anthropological Representations : An Analysis of Sarat Chandra Roy and his Observations on the Tribe and the Oraons/Sangeeta Dasgupta 3. Ethnoarchaeology as History : An Approach to the Archaeology of Shifting Cultivation in Santhal Parganas/Ajay Pratap 4. Relevance of Folk Traditions in the Practice of Ethnoarchaeology : A Case study of Eastern Ghats, South India/M.L.K. Murty III. ROLE OF ANALOGY IN ARCHAEOLOGICAL INTERPRETATION : A. SETTLEMENT AND SUBSISTENCE : 1. Hearth Types : An Ethnoarchaeological Study in South Central Ganga Valley/Shahida Ansari 2. Settlement Pattern of the Prehistoric inhabitants of the Ganol and Rongram River Valleys : An Ethnoarchaeological Analysis/Sukanya Sharma 3. Shifts in Pastoral-agrarian Continuum : Ethnoarchaeological Lessons from Settlement Reorganisation in Peninsular Gujarat/Swayam S. Panda. B. IV. STUDIES IN ARTIFACTS : 1. Earth - Water - Goddess - Snakes - a Study of Ritual Artefacts of the Snake Goddess : An Ethnoarchaeological Approach/Kaushik Gangopadhyay 2. Formation and Growth of Art centres : An Ethnoarchaeological Study of Sculpturing Processes in Varanasi/Vidula Jayaswal 3. Conundrum of Past Cultures of Northeast India through the Windows of the Present/Asadullah Ali Ashraf. C. V. STUDIES IN TECHNOLOGY : 1. Technology and Tradition : An Ethnoarchaeological view/Jaya Menon 2. Time, Tradition and the Wheel : The Potters` Technology of Central India/Anup Mishra 3. Pottery Tradition of the Lotha Tribe of Nagaland : An Ethnographic Study/Chumbeno Nguille 4. Ethnoarchaeology of a Potters` Village in the Tribal Habitat of Eastern Ghats/P. Vijaya Prakash 5. The Potters of Mahasthan/Dominique Alios 6. Kansaris of Bengal : An Ethnoarchaeological Study/Pranab K. Chattopadhyay 7. Gold Washing in Eastern India/Prabhakar Upadhyaya and Vibha Tripathi 8. Legacy of Iron Technology in India : A Case Study/Vibha Tripathi 9. Reconstructing the Past : Ethnographic Observations on Shellworking at Bishnupur/Arati Deshpande-Mukherjee 10. Glass Bead Production Centres : An Ethnoarchaeological Assessment/Alok Kumar Kanungo. D. VI. Mortuary Practices : 1. Iron Age Megaliths and Contemporary Megalithic Practices in the Tribal Habitats of Eastern Ghats/Sujit Som and P. Vijaya Prakash 2. A Burial Site at Jotsoma and the Mortuary Customs of the Angami Nagas : An Ethnoar Printed Pages: 479. Seller Inventory # 5989

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Vibha, Tripathi

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About this Item: Aryan Books International, 2001. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. The beginning of metallurgy is a landmark in man`s march towards civilization. The advent of iron was a high water mark of technological advancement made by humankind. The metallurgical skill of ancient Indian iron craftsmen manifests itself in the colossal Delhi iron pillar, the Konark beams, the Dhar pillar and the wootz steel, erroneously called the Damascus steel till recently. The present book deals with the diverse dimensions of iron technology in ancient India and its technology in ancient India and its legacies. The issue of origin of iron in the Old World, particularly in South Asia is taken up in detail. Equal emphasis is given to the innovations in iron metallurgy, the pattern of its adaptation and its impact on the socio-cultural matrix over the millennia. Iron production, its resource zones, the mechanism of its distribution and transportation and the symbiotic relationship between the areas of `relative isolation` and the `area of attraction` have been given detailed treatment. The author surmises that there is a direct relationship between technological input and the growing material output and thus iron appears to have played a vital role in the complex phenomena of cultural change. The reconstructions, though based primarily on archaeological data, have been substantiated by ethnographic and literary evidences. This multi-dimensional approach makes the deductions more balanced. The book should interest the general readership as well as the specialists in the field of archaeology, history and archaeo metallurgy. CONTENTS: Preface, List of Illustrations, Abbreviations I. Introduction II. The Background-Emergence of Iron in Ancient World III. Origin and Dispersal of Iron in India IV. From Copper to Iron-Growth of Metallurgy V. Metals and Metallurgy of Iron in the Antiquity VI. Iron Ores in India, their Mining and Cultural Correlation VII. Towards the Age of Iron VIII. Conclusion, Bibliography, Index Printed Pages: 296. Seller Inventory # 3645

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About this Item: Aryan Books International, 2001. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. The beginning of metallurgy is a landmark in man`s march towards civilization. The advent of iron was a high water mark of technological advancement made by humankind. The metallurgical skill of ancient Indian iron craftsmen manifests itself in the colossal Delhi iron pillar, the Konark beams, the Dhar pillar and the wootz steel, erroneously called the Damascus steel till recently. The present book deals with the diverse dimensions of iron technology in ancient India and its technology in ancient India and its legacies. The issue of origin of iron in the Old World, particularly in South Asia is taken up in detail. Equal emphasis is given to the innovations in iron metallurgy, the pattern of its adaptation and its impact on the socio-cultural matrix over the millennia. Iron production, its resource zones, the mechanism of its distribution and transportation and the symbiotic relationship between the areas of `relative isolation` and the `area of attraction` have been given detailed treatment. The author surmises that there is a direct relationship between technological input and the growing material output and thus iron appears to have played a vital role in the complex phenomena of cultural change. The reconstructions, though based primarily on archaeological data, have been substantiated by ethnographic and literary evidences. This multi-dimensional approach makes the deductions more balanced. The book should interest the general readership as well as the specialists in the field of archaeology, history and archaeo metallurgy. CONTENTS: Preface, List of Illustrations, Abbreviations I. Introduction II. The Background-Emergence of Iron in Ancient World III. Origin and Dispersal of Iron in India IV. From Copper to Iron-Growth of Metallurgy V. Metals and Metallurgy of Iron in the Antiquity VI. Iron Ores in India, their Mining and Cultural Correlation VII. Towards the Age of Iron VIII. Conclusion, Bibliography, Index Printed Pages: 296. Seller Inventory # 3645

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Gautam Sengupta,Sharmi Chakraborty

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About this Item: Pragati Publication & Centre for Archaeological Studies and Training, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. The book focuses on the present state of our understanding of archaeology of the early historic period. It explores archaeological methods - aims, objectives and practices. It addresses key issues that are traditionally associated with early historic archaeology. It tries to understand the changes that have taken place in the past decades due to the emergence of new issues, theories and methods. Through thirty essays arranged in five sections the book charts through the various issues of early historic archaeology of the subcontinent. The reader will get an idea of the scope and evolution of this sub-discipline, use of natural sciences in understanding the processes of early history, relevance of text-aided archaeology, recent trends in study of different artefacts, problems related to early urbanization and exchange mechanisms, etc. The volume would be useful for readers interested in the history of the early South Asia. Contents:- Introduction Part I : HISTORY OF RESEARCH : 1. Early Historical in Indian Archaeology : Some Definitional Problems/B.D. Chattopadhyaya 2. Archaeology of Early Historic South Asia : A Review/Jaya Menon 3. Pataliputra : The Changing Perceptions of a Site/Bishnupriya Basak Part II : METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES : 1. Is Archaeology a Reliable Approach for Studying the Historical Period of India?/K. Paddayya 2. Hellenism in the Indo-Iranian Borderlands : Images from Archaeology and Text/Suchandra Ghosh 3. Early Historic Sites in Western India : A Geo and Bio Archaeological Perspective/B.C. Deotare, Sushama G. Deo, P. P. Joglekar, Savita Ghate and S.N. Rajaguru 4. Artefacts and Natural Site Formation of the Early Historic Sites in Rupnarayan-Hugli Estuary, West Bengal : Some Preliminary Observations/Kaushik Gangopadhyay 5. Site Function/Site Hierarchy/Urban or Rural : A Case Study of Bengal Delta/Sharmi Chakraborty Part III : GENESIS AND SPREAD OF URBAN PROCESS : 1. Genesis and Spread of Urban Process in the Gangetic Plain/Vibha Tripathi 2. Mineral Resource Zone around Gangetic Plains : A Vital Factor for Urbanisation in Middle Ganga Plain/Prabhakar Upadhyay 3. Urban Centres in North India in the Sixth Century BC/P.K. Basant 4. The Absence of Urban Centres in Early Historic Kathiawad/Supriya Varma 5. Urban Centres in Western India : A Study Across Time and Space/Atusha Bharucha Irani 6. Contexts and Contents of Early Historic Sites in the South Bihar Plains : An Archaeological Perspective/R.K. Chattopadhyay and Rajat Sanyal 7. Human Occupation in Bangladesh During Early Historic Period : An Overview/M.M. Hoque 8. Tilpi : A Preliminary Report/Gautam Sengupta, Sambhu Chakrabarty, and Sharmi Chakraborty 9. Urban Centres : Deccan/Aloka Parasher-Sen 10. Genesis and Development of Urban Processes in the Ancient/Early Historic Tamil Country/V. Selva Kumar and S. Darsana Part IV : TECHNOLOGY AND MATERIAL CULTURE : 1. Megalithic and Early Historic Metalwork in Southern India : Some Issues of Technology, Emergence and Transmission/Sharada Srinivasan 2. Metals in Early History : A Review of the Mid-Lower Ganga Plains Ambiance/Pranab K. Chattopadhyay and Nupur Dasgupta 3. Ceramics of the Iron Age - Early Historic Period in Tamil Nadu and Kerala/V. Selvakumar 4. Indian Architecture : Towards a Paradigm Shift/Kurush F. Dalai 5. Mahurjhari : A Bead Manufacturing Centre in Central India/R.K. Mohanty 6. Pattern of Patronage and Early Buddhist Art of Amaravati/Sima Roy Chowdhury 7. Who Were the Donors of the Early Mathura Sculptures? What was their Social Status?/Gouriswar Bhattacharya 8. Buddhist Sealings and the ye Dharma Stanza/Peter Skilling Part V : ARCHAEOLOGY AND EXCHANGE : 1. Emergence of Trade in Early Historic Peninsular India/K. Rajan 2. Bengal and the Indian Ocean Maritime Trade Network During the Early Historic Period/Shahnaj Husne Jahan 3. Coins as a Medium of Exchange and their Relation Printed Pages: 632. Seller Inventory # 5992

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About this Item: Pragati Publication & Centre for Archaeological Studies and Training, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. The book focuses on the present state of our understanding of archaeology of the early historic period. It explores archaeological methods - aims, objectives and practices. It addresses key issues that are traditionally associated with early historic archaeology. It tries to understand the changes that have taken place in the past decades due to the emergence of new issues, theories and methods. Through thirty essays arranged in five sections the book charts through the various issues of early historic archaeology of the subcontinent. The reader will get an idea of the scope and evolution of this sub-discipline, use of natural sciences in understanding the processes of early history, relevance of text-aided archaeology, recent trends in study of different artefacts, problems related to early urbanization and exchange mechanisms, etc. The volume would be useful for readers interested in the history of the early South Asia. Contents:- Introduction Part I : HISTORY OF RESEARCH : 1. Early Historical in Indian Archaeology : Some Definitional Problems/B.D. Chattopadhyaya 2. Archaeology of Early Historic South Asia : A Review/Jaya Menon 3. Pataliputra : The Changing Perceptions of a Site/Bishnupriya Basak Part II : METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES : 1. Is Archaeology a Reliable Approach for Studying the Historical Period of India?/K. Paddayya 2. Hellenism in the Indo-Iranian Borderlands : Images from Archaeology and Text/Suchandra Ghosh 3. Early Historic Sites in Western India : A Geo and Bio Archaeological Perspective/B.C. Deotare, Sushama G. Deo, P. P. Joglekar, Savita Ghate and S.N. Rajaguru 4. Artefacts and Natural Site Formation of the Early Historic Sites in Rupnarayan-Hugli Estuary, West Bengal : Some Preliminary Observations/Kaushik Gangopadhyay 5. Site Function/Site Hierarchy/Urban or Rural : A Case Study of Bengal Delta/Sharmi Chakraborty Part III : GENESIS AND SPREAD OF URBAN PROCESS : 1. Genesis and Spread of Urban Process in the Gangetic Plain/Vibha Tripathi 2. Mineral Resource Zone around Gangetic Plains : A Vital Factor for Urbanisation in Middle Ganga Plain/Prabhakar Upadhyay 3. Urban Centres in North India in the Sixth Century BC/P.K. Basant 4. The Absence of Urban Centres in Early Historic Kathiawad/Supriya Varma 5. Urban Centres in Western India : A Study Across Time and Space/Atusha Bharucha Irani 6. Contexts and Contents of Early Historic Sites in the South Bihar Plains : An Archaeological Perspective/R.K. Chattopadhyay and Rajat Sanyal 7. Human Occupation in Bangladesh During Early Historic Period : An Overview/M.M. Hoque 8. Tilpi : A Preliminary Report/Gautam Sengupta, Sambhu Chakrabarty, and Sharmi Chakraborty 9. Urban Centres : Deccan/Aloka Parasher-Sen 10. Genesis and Development of Urban Processes in the Ancient/Early Historic Tamil Country/V. Selva Kumar and S. Darsana Part IV : TECHNOLOGY AND MATERIAL CULTURE : 1. Megalithic and Early Historic Metalwork in Southern India : Some Issues of Technology, Emergence and Transmission/Sharada Srinivasan 2. Metals in Early History : A Review of the Mid-Lower Ganga Plains Ambiance/Pranab K. Chattopadhyay and Nupur Dasgupta 3. Ceramics of the Iron Age - Early Historic Period in Tamil Nadu and Kerala/V. Selvakumar 4. Indian Architecture : Towards a Paradigm Shift/Kurush F. Dalai 5. Mahurjhari : A Bead Manufacturing Centre in Central India/R.K. Mohanty 6. Pattern of Patronage and Early Buddhist Art of Amaravati/Sima Roy Chowdhury 7. Who Were the Donors of the Early Mathura Sculptures? What was their Social Status?/Gouriswar Bhattacharya 8. Buddhist Sealings and the ye Dharma Stanza/Peter Skilling Part V : ARCHAEOLOGY AND EXCHANGE : 1. Emergence of Trade in Early Historic Peninsular India/K. Rajan 2. Bengal and the Indian Ocean Maritime Trade Network During the Early Historic Period/Shahnaj Husne Jahan 3. Coins as a Medium of Exchange and their Relation Printed Pages: 632. Seller Inventory # 5992

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About this Item: Buddhist World Press, 2017. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: I. History and Culture : Region, Sources, Connections and Interactions: Preface. 1. The Greek contacts of Chandragupta Maurya and Ashoka and their relevance to Mauryan and Buddhist chronology/Joe Cribb. 2. Greek minting in bactria: engravers, dies and coin production/John S. Deyell. 3. Are Pandava Brothers Jaina or non-Jaina? An unprecedented explanation by Acarya Hemacandra/Padmanabh S. Jaini. 4. Early historic archaeology of Varanasi: ceramics as culture identity/Vidula Jayaswal. 5. Notes on the Greek text of the Graeco-Aramaic Billingual inscription from Kandahar/Jeffrey D. Lerner. 6. Heritage studies as a bridge across continents/K. Paddayya. 7. The Bhadresvara linkage between Indian and Southeast Asia/Sachchidanand Sahai. 8. Names and traditions of Pandharpur/Erik Reenberg Sand. 9. Bath types and their significance/J.P. Singh. 10. Mother Goddess in early medieval eastern India-the gender perspective/Rajiva Kumar Sinha. 11. India and China the civilization twins: a conversation with A.K. Narain about Indian and China via telepath-net. Chindia/Tan Chung. 12. The Vikramankadeva-carita of Bilhana: texts and epigraphs in the reading of a biography/Romila Thapar. 13. Indigenous iron technology of India: issues, perspectives and prospects/Vibha Tripathi. 14. Economic exchange system in Gupta period/Amit Kumar Upadhyay. 15. Avestan Hind and India/T.P. Verma. 16. “Lord of the Eastern and Western Oceans”: unguents, politics and the Indian Ocean Trade in Medieval South India/Philip B. Wagoner. Vol. II: Perspectives in Asian Art and Aesthetics: 17. Matsya Avatara—the fish incarnation of Visnu: observations on some stone images from Chamba Himachal Pradesh/Ashvini Agrawal. 18. Astro-biographies of Sakyamuni and the great renunciation in Gandharan art/Henry Albery. 19. Gestures and postures in the Buddhist art of Central Asia/Chhaya Bhattacharya-Haesner. 20. The emotional dimension of the Nature of the world (lokasya svabhava) and the meaning of Sahrdaya/M. Krzysztof Byrski. 21. Alchi: hints at a possible trans-Karakorum cultural exchange/Gerald Kozicz and Melanie Mahlzahn. 22. A Pseudo-inscription attached to a teachers portrait inside a stupa at site-plan of the Buddhist Sangharama at Sahri-Bahlol, Gandhara/Chongfeng Li. 23. Discovery and documentation of the Buddhist sacred site of Nimogram (Swat, Pakistan) and illustrative notes/Joan A. Raducha. 24. Dimensions of Indian art heritage and contributions of Jainism and Buddhism/D.N. Tripathi. 25. The treasure garden: a survival of ancient landscape architecture/Gautama V. Vajracharya. 26. The six essentials (Liu Yao) of Chinese painting/Charles Willemen. 27. A Bizarre stody about two kings identification of some Andhra Reliefs scenes from the Sutasoma-Saudas narrative/Monika Zin. Vol. III: Probing into Buddhism in India and Abroad: 28. Memento Mori: recollection of death in early Buddhist meditation/Analayo. 29. Two cases of assimilation: the Tathagatagarbha and Prajnaparamita literarure in Daoxin’s Chan teachings/A.W. Barber. 30. Determining the corpus of South Asian female-authored Buddhist texts of the ninth to the Eleventh centuries/Ulrich Timme Kragh. 31. Sattha Buddha: a real teacher and his teaching that liberate/Lalji Shravak. 32. The incorporation of indigenous Caitya cult into Buddhism: sacred tree, Pillar, relic, stupa, place, and Emblem/Akira Miyaji. 33. Origins of the Mahayana: One more tentative probing with the help of gleanings from the Kasyapaparivarta/Bhikkhu Pasadika. 34. A special gift: Manicuda’s sacrifice and its religious significance/Yuan Ren. 35. Buddhism as an indigenous Indian tradition: A.K. Narain’s contention against the Misnomer Heterodoxy/C.D. Sebastian. Seller Inventory # 122409

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About this Item: Aryan Books International, 2001. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. The beginning of metallurgy is a landmark in man`s march towards civilization. The advent of iron was a high water mark of technological advancement made by humankind. The metallurgical skill of ancient Indian iron craftsmen manifests itself in the colossal Delhi iron pillar, the Konark beams, the Dhar pillar and the wootz steel, erroneously called the Damascus steel till recently. The present book deals with the diverse dimensions of iron technology in ancient India and its technology in ancient India and its legacies. The issue of origin of iron in the Old World, particularly in South Asia is taken up in detail. Equal emphasis is given to the innovations in iron metallurgy, the pattern of its adaptation and its impact on the socio-cultural matrix over the millennia. Iron production, its resource zones, the mechanism of its distribution and transportation and the symbiotic relationship between the areas of `relative isolation` and the `area of attraction` have been given detailed treatment. The author surmises that there is a direct relationship between technological input and the growing material output and thus iron appears to have played a vital role in the complex phenomena of cultural change. The reconstructions, though based primarily on archaeological data, have been substantiated by ethnographic and literary evidences. This multi-dimensional approach makes the deductions more balanced. The book should interest the general readership as well as the specialists in the field of archaeology, history and archaeo metallurgy. CONTENTS: Preface, List of Illustrations, Abbreviations I. Introduction II. The Background-Emergence of Iron in Ancient World III. Origin and Dispersal of Iron in India IV. From Copper to Iron-Growth of Metallurgy V. Metals and Metallurgy of Iron in the Antiquity VI. Iron Ores in India, their Mining and Cultural Correlation VII. Towards the Age of Iron VIII. Conclusion, Bibliography, Index Printed Pages: 296. Seller Inventory # 3645

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Gautam Sengupta,Sharmi Chakraborty

Published by Pragati Publication & Centre for Archaeological Studies and Training (2008)

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About this Item: Pragati Publication & Centre for Archaeological Studies and Training, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. The book focuses on the present state of our understanding of archaeology of the early historic period. It explores archaeological methods - aims, objectives and practices. It addresses key issues that are traditionally associated with early historic archaeology. It tries to understand the changes that have taken place in the past decades due to the emergence of new issues, theories and methods. Through thirty essays arranged in five sections the book charts through the various issues of early historic archaeology of the subcontinent. The reader will get an idea of the scope and evolution of this sub-discipline, use of natural sciences in understanding the processes of early history, relevance of text-aided archaeology, recent trends in study of different artefacts, problems related to early urbanization and exchange mechanisms, etc. The volume would be useful for readers interested in the history of the early South Asia. Contents:- Introduction Part I : HISTORY OF RESEARCH : 1. Early Historical in Indian Archaeology : Some Definitional Problems/B.D. Chattopadhyaya 2. Archaeology of Early Historic South Asia : A Review/Jaya Menon 3. Pataliputra : The Changing Perceptions of a Site/Bishnupriya Basak Part II : METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES : 1. Is Archaeology a Reliable Approach for Studying the Historical Period of India?/K. Paddayya 2. Hellenism in the Indo-Iranian Borderlands : Images from Archaeology and Text/Suchandra Ghosh 3. Early Historic Sites in Western India : A Geo and Bio Archaeological Perspective/B.C. Deotare, Sushama G. Deo, P. P. Joglekar, Savita Ghate and S.N. Rajaguru 4. Artefacts and Natural Site Formation of the Early Historic Sites in Rupnarayan-Hugli Estuary, West Bengal : Some Preliminary Observations/Kaushik Gangopadhyay 5. Site Function/Site Hierarchy/Urban or Rural : A Case Study of Bengal Delta/Sharmi Chakraborty Part III : GENESIS AND SPREAD OF URBAN PROCESS : 1. Genesis and Spread of Urban Process in the Gangetic Plain/Vibha Tripathi 2. Mineral Resource Zone around Gangetic Plains : A Vital Factor for Urbanisation in Middle Ganga Plain/Prabhakar Upadhyay 3. Urban Centres in North India in the Sixth Century BC/P.K. Basant 4. The Absence of Urban Centres in Early Historic Kathiawad/Supriya Varma 5. Urban Centres in Western India : A Study Across Time and Space/Atusha Bharucha Irani 6. Contexts and Contents of Early Historic Sites in the South Bihar Plains : An Archaeological Perspective/R.K. Chattopadhyay and Rajat Sanyal 7. Human Occupation in Bangladesh During Early Historic Period : An Overview/M.M. Hoque 8. Tilpi : A Preliminary Report/Gautam Sengupta, Sambhu Chakrabarty, and Sharmi Chakraborty 9. Urban Centres : Deccan/Aloka Parasher-Sen 10. Genesis and Development of Urban Processes in the Ancient/Early Historic Tamil Country/V. Selva Kumar and S. Darsana Part IV : TECHNOLOGY AND MATERIAL CULTURE : 1. Megalithic and Early Historic Metalwork in Southern India : Some Issues of Technology, Emergence and Transmission/Sharada Srinivasan 2. Metals in Early History : A Review of the Mid-Lower Ganga Plains Ambiance/Pranab K. Chattopadhyay and Nupur Dasgupta 3. Ceramics of the Iron Age - Early Historic Period in Tamil Nadu and Kerala/V. Selvakumar 4. Indian Architecture : Towards a Paradigm Shift/Kurush F. Dalai 5. Mahurjhari : A Bead Manufacturing Centre in Central India/R.K. Mohanty 6. Pattern of Patronage and Early Buddhist Art of Amaravati/Sima Roy Chowdhury 7. Who Were the Donors of the Early Mathura Sculptures? What was their Social Status?/Gouriswar Bhattacharya 8. Buddhist Sealings and the ye Dharma Stanza/Peter Skilling Part V : ARCHAEOLOGY AND EXCHANGE : 1. Emergence of Trade in Early Historic Peninsular India/K. Rajan 2. Bengal and the Indian Ocean Maritime Trade Network During the Early Historic Period/Shahnaj Husne Jahan 3. Coins as a Medium of Exchange and their Relation Printed Pages: 632. Seller Inventory # 5992

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D P Chattopadhyaya

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About this Item: Centre for Studies in Civ, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents General introduction/D.P. Chattopadhyaya. Editors. Contributors. Introduction/V.C. Srivastava. I. Origin and beginnings of agriculture 1. Origin of agriculture in the Middle Ganga Plain/Purushottam Singh. 2. Beginnings of agriculture in the Vindhyas (North Central India)/V.D. Misra. 3. Beginnings of agriculture in the Vindhya Ganga Region/Radha Kant Varma. 4. Recent excavations at Tokwa Fresh light on the early farming culture of the Vindhyas/J.N. Pal. 5. The settlement and subsistence pattern of the early farming cultures in the Middle Ganga Plain/J.N. Pandey and R.P. Tripathi. 6. Beginnings of agriculture in the Middle Ganga Plain with special reference to recent excavations at Jhusi/M.C. Gupta J.N. Pal and V.D. Misra. 7. Origin and beginning of agriculture in Indian borderland the case of Afghanistan/V.C. Srivastava. 8. History of Millet cultivation in India/Purushottam Singh. 9. The origin and history of Barley in India/B.D. Sharma. 10. The origin and history of wheat in Indian agriculture/B.D. Sharma. 11. The origin and history of Gram in India/B.D. Sharma. 12. The origin and history of Potato in India/B.D. Sharma. II. Harappan and Vedic facets of agriculture 13. Agriculture in the Garhwal Himalayas an ethnographic perspective/K.P. Nautiyal Pradeep M. Saklani and Vinod Nautiyal. 14. Agriculture in the Indus Civilization/S.R. Rao. 15. Agriculture in the Vedic age a review/V.C. Srivastava. 16. The spirituality and the development of agriculture in the Vedic age/A.K. Sinha. 17. Some materials for the study of agriculture in Vedic India problems and perspectives/A.L. Yadav. 18. Agrarian system in Ancient India Harappan and Vedic/Om Prakash. 19. Animal husbandry in the Vedas/N.M. Kansara. III. Agriculture from the Chalcolithic Phase to C. 600 BC 20. Agricultural background of the Chalcolithic cultures of Central India and the Deccan/Ranjit Pratap Singh. 21. Agriculture in Chalcolithic and early Iron Age of North Central India/Anup Mishra. 22. Agriculture in the Gangetic Plains during the first Millennium BC/Vibha Tripathi. 23. The early Indian agrarian society and technology adaptation/Vibha Tripathi. IV. Agriculture in early Ancient India (From C. 600 BC to C. 600 AD) 24. Agriculture as revealed by the Pali literature/H.S. Shukla. 25. Irrigation and famine as referred in Pali sources/H.S. Shukla. 26. Agriculture in the age of Sangam/H.N. Dubey. 27. The Graeco Roman accounts on ancient Indian agriculture and agricultural products/Udai Prakash Arora. 28. Agriculture in the Bactrian economy/Abhay Kumar Singh. 29. Land and land system and some allied issues in the Arthasastra/Sibesh Bhattacharya. 30. Agriculture as reflected in the Dharmasastra tradition/A.P. Ojha. 31. Problems and perspectives of agricultural taxes in early Northern India/O.P. Srivastava. V. Agriculture in early medieval India (From C. 600 AD To c.1200 AD) 32. Some aspects of sharecropping in India in ancient and early medieval times/B.N.S. Yadava. 33. Irrigation in South India (Upto 1300 AD) Techniques and management/K.V. Raman. 34. Some aspects of agriculture as described in the Lokopakara/A.V. Narsimha Murthy. 35. Agricultural technology as known from the Krsi Parasara/D.K. Ganguly. 36. Agriculture as known from Khana's Vacanas/Rita Chaudhuri. 37. Vrksayurveda in ancient India/Brajdeo Prasad Roy. 38. Artificial means of irrigation in early medieval Northern India with special reference to Arahatta or Araghatta/Meenashri Yadav. 39. Role of forced labour in ancient Indian agriculture/G.K. Rai. 40. Peasant differentiation and categorization in Northern India in early Medieval Times (Sixth Seventh to Twelfth Century AD)/Meenashri Yadav. 41. The history of agriculture in South India/Vijaya Ramaswamy. 42. Expansion of agriculture in ancient Bengal/Puspa Niyogi. 43. Agricultural economy of Gujarat aspects and appraisal upto 1300 AD/Rasesh Jamindar. 44. Agricultural knowledge system in ancient India and its relevance in sustainable development/Anil Kumar Pan. Seller Inventory # 71069

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edited by Nupur Dasgupta and Pranab Kumar Chattopadhyay

Published by Sharada Publishing House (2016)

ISBN 10: 9383221070 ISBN 13: 9789383221073

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About this Item: Sharada Publishing House, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: I. On thoughts and processes in archaeology: 1. Antiquity studies, science and Amateurism: a few preliminary words/Arun Kumar Biswas. 2. Methodologies issues in excavating a prehistoric site in India: examples from Attirampakkam, Tamil Nadu/Shanti Pappu and Kumar Akhilesh. 3. Archaeological interpretations: a few Randon thoughts/V. Selvakumar. 4. A note on quantification in Indian archaeology: need and caution/K. Krishnan. II. Prehistory, proto-history and early history of India: a review of emergence of human civilization and material culture: 5. The emergence of man in central Narmada Valley/A.R. Sankhyan. 6. Mesolithic culture of the upper Johila Basin, Amarkantak, Madhya Pradesh/Basanta Kumar Mohanta. 7. General pattern of Mesolithic culture in Bankura, West Bengal/Banani Bhattcharyya. 8. Pakhanna: a Chalcolithic-cum-early historic site in Bankura/Asok Datta. 9. Recently discovered painted rock shelters of the Vindhya-Kaimur Hills/Vibha Tripathi and Om Prakash Kumar. 10. Change and continuity: the manifestation of rock art in Andhra Pradesh/P. Chenna Reddy. 11. Kanmer: A Harappan settlement in Kachchh, Gujarat/J.S. Kharakwal, Y.S. Rawat and Toshiki Osada. 12. Harappan elements in the Sarayupar Plain with special reference to Imlidih Khurd, District Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh/Ashok Kumar Singh. 13. Special ceramics in the Harappan culture: history of a technology derived from archaeological science/Nupur Dasgupta. 14. Not by archaeology alone: analysis of data from Ai Khanum/Somnath Ghosh and Suchandra Ghosh. 15. Archaeological investigations into the internal dynamism and state formation in Mahakantara/Baba Mishra. 16. Socio-economic life in the Kapili Valley of Assam: a study based on archaeological remains/Paromita Das. III. Archaeological remains, artifact analyses and interpretations: 17. A note on the environmental degradation from the study of Chalcolithic faunal remains from the Rarh area of West Bengal/Manomay Ghosh. 18. Interaction of chemistry and archaeology: potteries-a case study/Somnath Ghosh and Suchira Roychoudhury. 19. The uses of bio-chemistry in archaeology and residue analysis of potteries/Somnath Ghosh. 20. Copper in the early cultures of middle Ganga plain/Prabhakar Upadhyay. 21. Development of wrought iron technology in the Megalithic culture of ancient Vidarbha region, Maharashtra: a review/P.P. Deshpande. 22. High-Tin bronze (Bell metal): a significant metal craft of Eastern India (Early historical and early medieval times)/Pranab K. Chattopadhyay. 23. Copper and iron metallurgy in ancient and medieval Eastern India/Prasanta Kumar Datta. 24. Legendary wootz steel from Telangana in Central Deccan/S. Jaikishan. 25. Puch-marked coins from Ghumal, Mayurbhanj, Northern Odisha/Kishor K. Basa and Basanata K. Mohanta. 26. Compositional analysis: numismatists and their collaborators/Susmita Basu Majumdar. 27. Silver coins of the Khadga dynasty of ancient Bengal/Shariful Islam. IV. Ethnography in archaeology: 28. A note on the Kushan Terracotta human figurines from Deokali with special reference to their manufacturing techniques/Prabhakar Upadhyay and Kamla Ram Bind. 29. Ethnograpny for archaeology: amongst the potters of Bishnupur, District Bankura/Sharmistha Chatterjee and Sayan Bhattacharya. 30. Megalithism: a living tradition in Manipur/Potshangbam Binodini Devi. The present volume embodies a collection of articles grouped into themes which are varied in their scope and orientation. The articles are categorized into four broad sections high-lighting on philosophical and methodological issues, specific contexts of India’s prehistory to early history, material practices and technological heritage and ethnological links. A number of well-known scholars have contributed articles to make this a rich and informative volume which will enlighten readers about the present state of research in India. The contributors have explored different and specific contexts and methods of studying the past with the h. Seller Inventory # 119134

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