A: Similarly the twin sign of this jar sign is what is called the arrow sign, or the lance sign.
An essay which covers an indepth interview with scholar Iravatham Mahadevan and his response to Asko Parpola's study of the Indus Script and writing or communication system.
Q: What about the signs where you have some very convincing thoughts, the trader and so forth.
Q: Let’s talk about your thoughts on the unicorn sign. What do you think about the unicorn sign and what it could designate and what it could mean? A: You mean the unicorn featured on the large seals.
Q: The last thing I'd like to ask you is about your work in early Tamil paleography, and how this is connected if at all to the Indus script work. A: The two are very different fields.
Q: When you do get back to the Indus script, what are you hoping to do? A: I have some unpublished, rather unfinished papers.
A wide-ranging interview with Iravatham Mahadevan [1930-2018] home on January 17, 1998 with Omar Khan. The interview, held at Mr.