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A four-volume set of books explores the Harappan Civilization under the series title Indus Age. This first volume appeared in November In, H. Berlin: Springer: It appears that there was no significant climatic change in either the second or third millennium in the Subcontinent which might run counter to events in other parts of Asia. This long paper discusses the South Asian data, presents a large number of radiocarbon dates for the transition between the Mature Harappan and the Post-urban Phase, which is now dated to B.

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A four-volume set of books explores the Harappan Civilization under the series title Indus Age. This first volume appeared in November In, H. Berlin: Springer: It appears that there was no significant climatic change in either the second or third millennium in the Subcontinent which might run counter to events in other parts of Asia. This long paper discusses the South Asian data, presents a large number of radiocarbon dates for the transition between the Mature Harappan and the Post-urban Phase, which is now dated to B.

In, Julian E. Reade, ed. I had never published on the third millennium maritime trade in the Arabian Gulf. This paper is my first attempt at documenting Mature Harappan contacts in this region, and Mesopotamia. With the deep involvement of my late colleague Herman Behrens, it presents an authoritative presentation of all of the cuneiform textual references to Meluhha prior to the reign of Hammurabi. I was joined by nearly 50 delegates for about a week of intensive interaction and discussion of the Harappan Civilization.

The second edition incorporates a number of important new papers. In, A. Gail and G. Mevissen, eds. Stuttgart: Franz Steriner Verlag: This paper presents all of the radiocarbon dates for the Early and Mature Harappan. By averaging these dates for each of these period an estimate for their chronological "center point" can be obtained. This turns out to be ca.

In, Robert Ehrich, ed. Rissman This paper deals with the chronology of "India proper" as the editor Robert Ehrich noted.

Jim Shaffer did Pakistan and Afghanistan, so the chronology for most of the Harappan Civilization is found in his contribution. The most innovative part of this paper is the attempt to handle the chronology of hunting and gathering "microlithic"within a dynamic framework of interaction with settled, agricultural peoples.

This is a festschrift for the friend, colleague and mentor, Professor Walter A. Fairservis Jr. Annual Review of Anthropology, The paper is an exploration of culture change. It proposes that the Harappan Civilization arose rapidly out of the four regional Early Harappan "cultures.

These are presented in the paper noted above in South Asian Archaeology The model of punctuated equilibrium presented here is challenging the general principles of uniformitarianism, paralleled in many disciplines, especially geology, biological evolution and linguistics.

Possehl and M. Visit the Penn Department of Anthropology. Click here for the Penn Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.

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The Indus Civilization: A Contemporary Perspective

Shelves: bronze-agetobce-factual I was never taught about the Indus civilisation. Not at school, nor at university during two degree programs. As an archaeologist, Id heard about it, but my knowledge was limited to pretty much just its existence, location, the names of a few key sites, and the civilisations trading links with ancient Mesopotamia. My situation of ignorance isnt helped by the fact that academic publications about the Indus civilisation are few, and difficult to get hold of. In other words, my ability to critique I was never taught about the Indus civilisation. In other words, my ability to critique this book is rather limited, since this book itself has recently supplied me with an awful lot of what I know about the Indus civilisation.

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Possehl, Gregory L. African millets in South Asian prehistory. Indian Archaeology, A Review: Guide to excavated sites through Puratattva Bulletin of the Indian Archaeological Society Occasional publication of the Asian Section. Philadelphia: University Museum, University of Pennsylvania. Raval,

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