Nadine Zubair

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Blog entryEtched Carnelian Beads Nadine Zubair01 month 4 weeks ago
Blog entryIndus River Fishing and Fishmongers: A Look Back Nadine Zubair01 month 4 weeks ago
ArticleFinding Harappan seal carvers: An operational sequence approach to identifying people in the past Nadine Zubair01 month 4 weeks ago
Blog entryAmri - A Pre-Harappan Site in Sindh Nadine Zubair02 months 2 days ago
Blog entryCrocodiles: The Magar Much and The Gharial Nadine Zubair02 months 2 days ago
Blog entryDholavira and Its Mysterious Sign Board Nadine Zubair02 months 4 days ago
Blog entryMehrgarh Wheel Amulet Analysis Yields Many Secrets Nadine Zubair02 months 4 days ago
Blog entryRehman Dheri: One of the earliest planned cities in South Asia Nadine Zubair02 months 4 days ago
Blog entrySpringtime in Chanhiyun Jo Daro! Nadine Zubair02 months 5 days ago
Blog entryMohenjo-daro Street with Drains Nadine Zubair02 months 5 days ago
ArticlePottery Firing Structures (Kilns) of the Indus Civilization During the Third Millennium B.C. Nadine Zubair02 months 6 days ago
ArticleThe paste plaques and cylinders of Chanhudaro: A descriptive report Nadine Zubair02 months 6 days ago
ArticleEtched (carnelian) beads from northeast and southeast Arabia Nadine Zubair02 months 6 days ago
book 2Marshalling the Past: Ancient India and its Modern Histories Nadine Zubair02 months 6 days ago
book 2Connections and Complexity: New Approaches to the Archaeology of South Asia Nadine Zubair02 months 6 days ago
book 2The Archaeology of South Asia: From the Indus to Asoka, c. 6500 BCE–200 CE Nadine Zubair02 months 6 days ago
ArticleCracking the Indus Script Nadine Zubair02 months 6 days ago
ArticleDeciphering the Indus Script Nadine Zubair32 months 6 days ago
ArticleIn quest of a piece of cotton unearthed from Mohenjo Daro Nadine Zubair12 months 6 days ago
ArticleAssociations and Ideologies in the Locations of Urban Craft Production at Harappa, Pakistan (Indus Civilization) Nadine Zubair02 months 6 days ago
ArticleAncient Skeletal Evidence for Leprosy in India (2000 B.C.) Nadine Zubair02 months 6 days ago
ArticleWomen in Ancient Sindh: Bronze Age Figurines of the Indus Valley Civilization Nadine Zubair12 months 6 days ago
ArticleCrocodile in the Indus Civilization and later South Asian traditions Nadine Zubair02 months 6 days ago
ArticleMarine Exploitation in the Third Millennium BC - The Eastern Coast of Pakistan Nadine Zubair02 months 6 days ago
ArticleMultiple Approaches towards Reconstruction of Fishing Technology: Net Making and the Indus Valley Tradition Nadine Zubair02 months 6 days ago

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Inscribed rod with double bands of hatching at each end, Mohenjo-daro. Seven script signs right to left. Traces of vermillion fill all the lines.