Journal of Indian Oc...
Journal of Indian Ocean Archaeology (Vol.7&8: 2011-12)by: Sunil Gupta
This Journal embodies the results of explorations and excavations conducted by scholars in various countries which witnessed the growth of the personality of the shared culture of the Indian Ocean Rim countries, including the countries of Southwest Asia. It also includes all aspects of cultural, economic and socio-political histories of these countries.
Year Of Publication: 2009
Pages : viii, 227 p.
Language : English
Binding : Paperback
Publisher: Centre for Research and Training in History, Archaeology and Palaeo-environment
Size: 28 cm.
Journal of Indian Ocean Archaeology was launched in 2003 by one of Indias leading academic institutions, the Centre for Research & Training in History, Archaeology and Palaeo-environment, New Delhi. The second issue is in the Press. The Journal is an outcome of the realization on the part of the international community of archaeologists and historians that India has no journal devoted exclusively to the archaeology of the Indian Ocean Rim countries, starting from the Red Sea through the South China Sea, although Indian occupies the central position in this vast area, with three-fourths of its land facing the gulfs and bays of the Indian Ocean. It is common knowledge that Egypt, Ethiopis, Kenya, Arabia, Yemen, Oman, Bahrain and countries bordering the Persian Gulf, including Iraq and Iran, as well as Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, China, were closely connected with each other through long-distance sea-borne trade-routes for thousands of years. This particular phenomenon had led to the development of what is now generally called Shared Culture with its distinct personality which is Afro-Asian. It is reflected in the material items dug up every year at a number of sites in India and all other countries along the coasts of the Indian Ocean. This journal embodies the results of explorations and excavations conducted by scholars in various countries which witnessed the growth of the personality of the shared culture of the Indian Ocean Rim countries, including the countries of Southwest Asia. It also includes all aspects of cultural, economic and socio-political histories of these countries. The contributors to this journal are from all over the world. It is a MUST for every scholar and layman interested in the history and arachaeology of the coastal countries of the Indian Ocean, from Africa, and West Asia through China.
Indian Textile Fragments from the site of Pontanoa Bangka, Sulawesi, Indonesia
— Judith Cameron
Medieval use of Oyster (Crassostrea Gryphoides) and Chank (Turbinella Pyrum) resources on the Indian West Coast: Evidence from Sanjan
— Arati Deshpande-Mukherjee
Maritime Archaeology of Lakshadweep Islands, India
–Sila Tripati, A.S. Gaur, Sundaresh and K.H. Vora
The Bampur Valley during the Bronze Age: A Preliminary GIS Analytical View
— Mehdi Mortazavi, Mahmood Khosravi and Ali Akbar Abtin
Roman Penetration into the Southern Red Sea and the Aksumite Campaign in West Arabia (Reconsideration of The Latin Dedicatory Inscription from The Farasan Archipelago) Part II
— Mikhail D. Bukharin
Traces of Early Indians in Greek Tradition: The Linguistic Evidence
— A.K. Katonis
The Neolithic Cultures of Northeast India and Adjoining Regions: A Comparative Study
— K.N. Dikshit and Manjil Hazarika
Archaeology of Lighthouses along the Indian Coast with Reference to a Lighthouse at Kosinar, Gujarat
— A.S. Gaur and Sundaresh
Maritime Heritage of Gujarat: A Gazetteer of Ports and Coastal Towns in Ancient, Medieval and Modern Times
— R.N. Kumaran
Discovery of Rock-cut Caves at Panderi, District Ratnagiri, Maharashtra
— Anjay Dhanawade, P.P. Joglekar and Abhay Kale
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