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Introduction to ancient Indian metallurgy

K. T. M. Hegde

Introduction to ancient Indian metallurgy

by K. T. M. Hegde

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Published by Geological Society of India in Bangalore .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India
    • Subjects:
    • Metallurgy -- India -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementK.T.M. Hegde.
      ContributionsGeological Society of India.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTN616 .H44 1991
      The Physical Object
      Paginationii, 86 p. :
      Number of Pages86
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1685220M
      LC Control Number91906916

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      Vedanta literally means the end part of Vedas, or the conclusions in the traditional sense of a book, or a treatise. Indeed, the metaphysical connotation of Vedanta is simply the essence of Vedic teaching. By the same token, a learned scholar who is well-versed in Vedic teachings is called a Vedantin. PAPER 1 Introduction to Ancient Indian History, Culture and Archaeology Unit I Definition of History and Archaeology and Ideas of History. Unit II Relation of History and Archaeology with Natural Sciences and Social Sciences. Unit III A. Background: From Antiquarianism to Modern Archaeology. B. Development of Field Techniques and Growth of Archaeology as aFile Size: KB.

      Ancient Indian Mining, Metallurgy and Metal Industries (2 Vols) by G. Kuppuram and Upendra Thakur (Foreword). The present book is a study of the subject in the background of ancient India and is based on archaeological, literary and technological studies, covering every phase, commencing from the earliest times up to the 19th century. This book is especially good for the Indian youth who may be forgetting or never knew of all the advanced developments that came out of the ancient Vedic culture of India, which is .


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The main. Quick Introduction to Ancient Metallurgy. Despite this limitation, copper came to be more and more widely used, and archaeologists, especially those working in the Near East, sometimes speak of a Copper Age or "Chalcolithic" (kal-ko-LITH-ic) period from about to about BC in that region, or from the end of the Neolithic to the beginning of the Bronze Age.

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