Essays from leading Archaeologists, Anthropologists and Historians on the study and excavation of archaeological sites for the ancient Indus Valley civilization.

John Marshall

John Hubert Marshall (1876-1958) was born in Chester and educated at Dulwich College and King's College, Cambridge. After gaining experience at excavations in Knossos and various other sites on Crete between 1898 and 1901, he was appointed Director-General of the Archaeological Survey of India in 1902.