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Indian Archaeology 2005-06: A Review

 
Rakesh Tewari (Editor) D.N. Dimri (Editor) Abinash Mohanty (Editor) Sujeet Nayan (Editor)
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Contents: 1. Explorations and excavations. 2. Epigraphy. 3. Numismatics and treasure trove. 4. Other important discoveries. 5. Palaeobotanical and pollen analytical investigations. 6. Museums. 7. Architectural survey. 8. Preservation of monuments. 9. Archaeological chemistry. 10. Archaeological gardens. 11. Publications.

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About the authors

Rakesh Tewari

Dr. Rakesh Tewari (b.1953, Sitapur, U.P.) is the Director of the U.P. State Archaeology Department, Government of Uttar Pradesh since 1989. He has been directing and conducting archaeological explorations and excavations for more than three decades in India. He has visited a number of ancient sites and monuments in Nepal, Afghanistan, Iran, China, Mauritius, Australia, UK and Italy. Apart from carrying out significant excavations in the central Ganga Valley, he has also documented a number of ancient sites, temples, sculptures and their remains in Uttrakhand and Uttar Pradesh.

Dr. Tewari is the founder editor of Pragdhara – a leading research journal on archaeology and allied subjects. He has to his credit many published reports, monographs, edited volumes and research papers, reviews and notes. In collaboration with Cambridge University researchers, he has worked on the ancient Deccan routes and archaeological settlements in the Ganga Plain. Also, he is collaborating in an ongoing UKIERI project- From the collapse of Harappan urbanism to the rise of great Indian Early Historiccities.

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D.N. Dimri

D.N. Dimri (b. 1959) has brilliant academic pursuits.  He did his M.A. in Ancient Indian History, Culture & Archaeology from H.N.B. University, Srinagar (1980), P.G. Diploma in Archaeology from the School of Archaeology, ASI New Delhi (1981-82) and Ph.D. from Kumayun University, Nainital (2002).  Dr. Dimri joined ASI in 1984 and served as Dy. Superintending Archaeologist in Delhi and Jaipur.  Presently, he is posted as Superintending Archaeologist in Agra Circle, Agra.  He has contributed many articles in the journals/periodicals of both national and international repute.

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Title Indian Archaeology 2005-06: A Review
Format Softcover
Date published: 19.08.2016
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
length vi+394p., Colour Plates; Figures