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Glimpses of Harappan Archaeology / Prakash Sharma, Deo & Sharma, Madhuri
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Glimpses of Harappan Archaeology
Prakash Sharma, Deo & Sharma, Madhuri
 
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  Book ID : 27258
  ISBN-10 : 81-8090-116-5 / 8180901165
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-8090-116-4 / 9788180901164
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2006
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : English
  204p., lllus., Figs., Plts., 31 cm.
   
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Glimpses of Harappan Archaeology (c. 2700 B.C-2000 B.C.) is a joint work of D.P. Sharma and Madhuri Sharma. The book includes introduction nomenclatures, discoveries, stories of excava-tions, migration, updates about Harappan Archaeology, Art, minor arts and crafts, Harappan society, religion, trade transport and the decline of Harappan civilization. The Harappan civilization is the most appropriate term for its nomenclature. In 1917, Lugi Pi Tessitori did excavations at Kalibangan. Prof. Nayanjot Lahiri has recently confirmed that Tessitori’s excavated material of Kalibangan belongs to Early and Mature Harappan age. Since then about 2668 Harappan and its associated sites have been reported in Northwest South Asia, whereas Harappan archaeologists have excavated only 208 sites. Harappan civilization covers 1-6 million sq. km. In area. The newly excavated sites of Harappan civilization are: Barror, Chak 86, Kuran, Bhirana, Mandi and Sanauli. The Harappans used steatite, Lapis-Lazuli, clay, Faience, ivory, gold, silver and carnelian for their craft and jewellery items. The artisans were skilled in making bronze, terracotta and stone sculptures, most of them being handmade and very small in size. This was the beginning of first urbanization in the subcontinent with the emergence of well-planned cities with massive walls and gateways, highly developed trade and transportation, agriculture and use of script and languages.
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