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1 F.R. Allchin and Dilip K. Chakrabarti (eds.)
A Source-book of Indian Archaeology: Vol. II: Settlements, Technology and Trade
Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 1997; 8121504651 / 9788121504652; First Edition; Hard Cover; New; New; 
The articles selected for this anthology are meant to act as a guide to the changing ramifications and some major foci of Indian archaeology up to the mid-eighties. The subsequent publications are still too close to us for a clear historical assessment. Although published some eighteen years later than the first volume, compiled with the same intention this is a definitive 'source-book' in its own right and will further help people to turn to some major studies which have become over the years difficult of access. Printed Pages: 716 with 99 illustrations. 000106

Price: 32.75 USD
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2 F.R. Allchin and Dilip K. Chakrabarti (eds.)
A Source-book of Indian Archaeology: Vol. III: Human Remains, Prehistoric Roots of Religious Beliefs, First Steps in Historical Archaeology; Sculpture, Architecture, Coins and Inscriptions
Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 2003; 8121510163 / 9788121510165; First Edition; Hard Cover; New; New; 
This volume, the third and final part of A Source-book of Indian Archaeology, takes one to the tentative beginnings of Indian sculptural, architectural, numismatic and inscriptional studies and tries to give an idea of what has been generally achieved in the fields of human skeletal discoveries, rock-art and religion. The articles chosen for the first section will give a feel of how it all began: how were some of the classical sculptural and architectural sites of the subcontinent approached and described and what was Prinsepís chain of reasoning when he was studying the early Indian coins or grappling with the decipherment of Asokan inscriptions? Our intention was only to draw attention to the basic foundations of these sub-disciplines. A consideration of their later developments was not within our focus. For the rest of the topics, we decided to remain content with a limited number of essays which played a role in shaping these themes. Taken together, the three volumes of A Source-book of Indian Archaeology offer a definitive historical perspective of Indian archaeology through a selection of astonishingly wide-ranging but integrated body of sources up to the 1980s. Printed Pages: 301 with illustrations. 000107

Price: 27.95 USD
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