Note: This bibliography is limited to significant previous studies of the ARROW
sign. Page numbers refer to passages dealing with this sign.
Fairservis, W.A. 1992. The Harappan Civilization and its writing. Oxford & IBH.
New Delhi. pp. 118, 168.
Heras, H. 1953. Studies in Proto-lndo-Mediterranean Culture. Vol. 1. Indian
Historical Research Institute, Bombay. pp. 258-259.
Hunter, G.R. 1934. The Script of Harappa and Mohenjodaro and its connection
with other scripts. Kegan Paul, London. pp.56-57,116-17.
Knorozov, Y.V. ct al 1969. Soviet Studies on Harappan Script. (tr. from Russian)
by H.C. Pande. ed. 11. Field and E.M. Laird. Field Research Projects, Florida. pp. 1O,
15 & 21.
Mahadevan, I. 1973. Method of parallelisms in the interpretation of the Proto-
Dravidian Script. Procds. of the Third International Conference-Seminar, Paris 1970. Institut
Francais d'Indologie, Pondichery, pp. 49-51.
Mahadevan, I. 1982. Terminal Ideograms in the Indus Script. Harappan Civilization.
ed. G.L. Possehl. Oxford & IBH, New Delhi. pp. 314-16.
Mahadevan, I. 1986. Towards a Grammar of the Indus Texts: 'Intelligible to the eye
if not to the ears'. Tamil Civilization, Vol. 4, Nos. 3 &: 4. pp. 24-28.
Parpola, A. et al 1969-70. Decipherment of the Proto-Dravidian Inscriptions of
the Indus Civilization:A First Announcement. pp. I8-19, 22-23; Further Progress in the
Indus Script Decipherment, p.35. Scandinavian Institute of Asian Studies, Copenhagen.
Parpola, A. 1997. Dravidian and the lndus Script: on the interpretation of some
pivotal signs. Studia Orientalia 82, pp. 178-87.