Plants and Harappan Subsistence: An Example of Stability and Change from Rojdi

In an attempt to examine Harappan diet and environment, this book draws on analyses of archaeological plant materials from Rojdi, Gujarat (3500 BCE to 2000 BCE) to explore subsistence patterns and environmental change within a socioeconomic framework. It aims to provide not only an account of a little-known but important aspect of life in the Indus Valley, but also a methodology for the recovery and study of archaeobotanical remains from other South Asian sites.