Writing

Articles on inscriptions, the script or sign system, iconography and writing in the Indus Valley Civilization from the earliest appearances of potters marks on. Includes articles by leading scholars of the Indus script, including Asko Parpola and Iravatham Mahadevan.

Excavations at Harappa 1994-1995: New Perspectives on Indus Scripts, Craft Activities, and City Organization

Excavations at Harappa 1944-1955: New Perspectives on Indus Scripts, Craft Activities, and City Organization

Harappa Site Plan

Until quite recently, the common view of the Indus Civilization has been as a phenomenon largely undifferentiated in space and time over more than 500,000 sq km and the 500 to 700 years of its existence (2600/2500-2000/1900 B.C.). With continuing archaeological work throughout

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