Ancient India Archaeology Unlocks the Secrets of India's Past by Anita Dalal
  

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Ancient India Archaeology Unlocks the Secrets of India's Past by Anita Dalal

The culture of ancient India is revealed through archaeology, our modern-day portal to the past. Through dramatic photography and lively narrative, take a passage to Indian antiquity. Visit Mohenjo-Daro or the mound of the dead, a city built between 4 and 5 thousand years ago. Read how excavations there, begun in 1922, continue to uncover this ancient citadel. Learn, first-hand, what modern techniques tell us about ancient civilizations in the lower Indus Valley. And see how ancient treasures help archaeologists stitch together the multitudinous strands of India's past.

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Format

Hardback
64 pages

Author

Anita Dalal
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Publisher

National Geographic Society

Publication date

7th September 2007

ISBN

9781426300707


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