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Archaeology of Early Historic South Asia

 
Gautam Sengupta (Editor) Sharmi Chakraborty (Editor)
Synopsis 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 artifacts, 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.
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About the authors

Gautam Sengupta

Gautam Sengupta is currently the Director of Archaeology and Museums, Government of West Bengal and the Secretary. Centre for Archaeological Studies and Training, Kolkata. He completed his Phd from the University of Calcutta and taught at Visva Bhaarati, Santiniketan, North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong between 1979-90. He was a Charles Wallace Visiting Fellow of the Ancient India and Iran Trust at Cambridge in 1995, a Visiting Scholar, Maisson Science de L’homme Paris, as well as President, Archaeology Section of the Indian History Congress, Calcutta Session (1995). His main area of research relates to historical archaeology and art history of Eastern and North-eastern India.

Sharmi Chakraborty

Sharmi Chakraborty is a Fellow at the Centre for Archaeological Studies and Training, Eastern India.  She is working on archaeology of early historic Bengal.

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Bibliographic information

Title Archaeology of Early Historic South Asia
Format Hardcover
Date published: 11.12.2008
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788173071218
length xxx+604p., Tables; Figures; Maps; 17 Col. & 41 b/w Plates; Notes; References; Index; 25cm.