Expedition Volume 17, Number 2 Winter 1975

Expedition Volume 17, Number 2 Winter 1975Special Issue: India and Pakistan
Cover: Pottery motifs. The top is a typical Londo Ware design (c. 1st millennium CE). The second register of interlocking stick figures is a motif common on Jorwe Pottery (1400-1100 BCE) as found at Inamgaon. The third register of peacocks and a pipal tree bordered by intersecting circles is associated with the mature Harappan (2300-1700 BCE) as found at Mohenjo-daro. Pre-Harappan designs (2800-2300 BCE) from Kalibangan form the lowerst register.

An Early Farmers' Village in Central India
H. D. Sankalia, Z. D. Ansari, and M. K. Dhavalikar

Origins of Bronze Age Cultures in the Indus Basin--A Geographic Perspective
Ahmad Hasan Dani

Kalibangan--A Harappan Metropolis Beyond the Indus Valley
B. K. Thapar

The Chronology of Gabarbands and Palas in Western South Asia
Gregory L. Possehl


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