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Books and Journals on Arikamedu

BOOKS ON ARIKAMEDU
Archaeology from the Earth
Book by Mortimer Wheeler; Clarendon Press, 1954
Subjects: Archaeology--Methodology
...48 V. VI. B. Discipline: excavation at Arikamedu, South India, 1945 64 VII. V. Layout...XVI. Rouletted ware of the first century A.D. from Arikamedu, South India facing p. 124 XVII. XVII...

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Rome beyond the Imperial Frontiers
Book by Mortimer Wheeler; Philosophical Library, 1955
Subjects: Rome--Commerce
...171 19. Rouletted dish from Arikamedu, South India 177 20. Roman glass from Begram, Arikamedu, and Taxila 188 PLATES...Site of Indo-Roman trading-station at Arikamedu, near Pondicherry, South India...

3.
Rome's Eastern Trade: International Commerce and Imperial Policy, 31 BC-AD 305
Book by Gary K. Young; Routledge, 2001
...merchant colony in India. At the site of Arikamedu, on the south-eastern coast of India...that the main period of contact between Arikamedu and the Mediterranean was from the first...explanation for the existence of the station at Arikamedu is that the western merchants there were...

4.
Rome in the East: The Transformation of an Empire
Book by Warwick Ball; Routledge, 2000

5.
Prehistory of the Indo-Malaysian Archipelago
Book by Peter Bellwood; University of Hawaii Press, 1997
Subjects: Indonesia--Antiquities, Malaysia--Antiquities, Prehistoric Peoples--Indonesia, Prehistoric Peoples--Malaysia
6.
The Concise Encyclopedia of Archaeology
Book by Leonard Cottrell; Hawthorn Books, 1960
Subjects: Archaeology--Dictionaries

7.
Environmentalism and the Mass Media: The North--South Divide
Book by Hermann Kulke, Dietmar Rothermund; Routledge, 1997

8.
Early India and Pakistan: To Ashoka
Book by Mortimer Wheele; Praeger, 1959
Subjects: India--History--To 324 B.C
...ascribed to the 2nd century B.C., the ware was absent. 3. Rouletted Ware. This ware was first recognized in 1945 at Arikamedu, near Pondicherry in South India, where it was found in association with Arretine ware imported from Italy in the early...

9.
Asia in Western and World History: A Guide for Teaching
Book by Ainslie T. Embree, Carol Gluck; M. E. Sharpe, 1997

10.
Amaravati: Buddhist Sculpture from the Great Stupa
Book by Douglas Barrett; British Museum Press, 1954
Subjects: Art, Buddhist, Sculpture--India--Amaravati
...the argument. 26 This is the accepted chronology at Arikamedu, though the lower limit is admittedly conjectural. It is not...1946. p. 109, considers the graffiti on potsherds found at Arikamedu which seem to belong to the 1st and 2nd centuries A.D., closely...

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The Exact Sciences in Antiquity
Book by O. Neugebauer; Dover Publications, 1969
Subjects: Astronomy, Ancient, Mathematics, Ancient

12.
The Wonder That Was India: A Survey of the Culture of the Indian Sub-Continent before the Coming of the Muslims
Book by A. L. Basham; Grove Press, 1954
Subjects: India--Civilization, India--History--324 B.C.-1000 A.D, India--History--To 324 B.C

13.
Ceramic Production and Distribution: An Integrated Approach
Book by George J. Bey III; Westview Press, 1992
Subjects: Archaeology--Methodology, Economics, Prehistoric, Indian Pottery, Pottery, Prehistoric

14.
India and Pakistan: A General and Regional Geography
Book by O. H. K. Spate, B. H. Farmer; Methuen, 1954
Subjects: India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka

15.
Prehistoric India to 1000 B.C
Book by Stuart Piggott; Penguin Books, 1950
Subjects: India--Antiquities, India--History--Early To 324 B.C
...pottery of the first century A.D. in a Roman trading-post at Arikamedu near Pondicherry. With dated types of native pottery now...Roman coins of the early first century A.D. and pottery of Arikamedu types, and continuing to the third century A.D. This...

16.
Atlas of Classical History
Book by Richard J. A. Talbert; Routledge, 1985
Subjects: History, Ancient

17.
The Art and Architecture of India: Buddhist, Hindu, Jain
Book by Benjamin Rowland; Penguin Books, 1953
Subjects: Architecture--India, Art, Indic

18.
Uncovering the Past: A History of Archaeology
Book by William H. Stiebing Jr.; Prometheus Books, 1993
Subjects: Archaeology--History

19.
From the Gracchi to Nero: A History of Rome from 133 B.C. to A.D. 68
Book by H. H. Scullard; University Paperbacks, 1963
Subjects: Rome--History

20.
Uncovering the Past: A History of Archaeology
Book by William H. Stiebing Jr.; Oxford University Press, 1994
Subjects: Archaeology--History


The Exact Sciences in Antiquity
Book by O. Neugebauer; Dover Publications, 1969
Subjects: Astronomy, Ancient, Mathematics, Ancient


21.
The Indian Ocean
Book by Michael Pearson; Routledge, 2003

22.
Early India and Pakistan: To Ashoka
Book by Mortimer Wheeler; Praeger Publishers, 1959
Subjects: India--History--To 324 B.C

23.
The Idea of Prehistory
Book by Glyn Edmund Daniel; World Publication Company, 1963
Subjects: Archaeology--History

24.
A History of the Roman People
Book by Fritz M. Heichelheim, Cedric A. Yeo; Prentice-Hall, 1962
Subjects: Rome--Civilization, Rome--History

25.
The Civilization of Rome
Book by Donald R. Dudley; New American Library, 1960
Subjects: Rome--Civilization, Rome--History

26.
Archaeology and Its Problems
Book by Sigfried J. de Laet, Ruth Daniel; Phoenix House, 1957
Subjects: Archaeology--Methodology

PODUKE

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Rome's Eastern Trade: International Commerce and Imperial Policy, 31 BC-AD 305
Book by Gary K. Young; Routledge, 2001

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Rome in the East: The Transformation of an Empire
Book by Warwick Ball; Routledge, 2000


JOURNALS

1.
Indian Beads: A Cultural and Technological Study; Distinctive Beads in Ancient India; Amulets and Pendants in Ancient Maharashtra
Journal article by Jr. Peter Francis; Asian Perspectives: the Journal of Archaeology for Asia and the Pacific, Vol. 42, 2003
Subjects: Amulets and Pendants in Ancient Maharashtra (Book)--Reviews, Distinctive Beads in Ancient India (Book)--Reviews, Indian Beads: A Cultural and Technological Study (Book)--Reviews
...nothing to do with an Indian bead industry. Arikamedu did not have beads of, "deep cobalt blue...Bead Emporium: A Guide to the Beads from Arikamedu in the Pondicherry Museum. Museum Publications...Perspectives 29(1) : 1-23. 1991 Beadmaking in Arikamedu and beyond. World Archaeology 23(1...

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Recasting the Foundations: New Approaches to Regional Understandings of South Asian Archaeology and the Problem of Culture History
Journal article by Peter G. Johansen; Asian Perspectives: the Journal of Archaeology for Asia and the Pacific, Vol. 42, 2003
Subjects: Archaeology--Technique, South Asia--History, South Asia--Research, South Asia--Social aspects
...protohistoric periods. His work at the sites of Arikamedu (Wheeler et al. 1946), Brahmagiri, and...the South Indian chronology began at Arikamedu, but reached its finished form with the...R.E.M., A. GHOSH, AND K. DEVA 1946 Arikamedu: An Indo-Roman trading-station on the...

3.
The Medieval Tamil-Language Inscriptions in Southeast Asia and China
Journal article by Jan Wisseman Christie; Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, Vol. 29, 1998
Subjects: India--History, Inscriptions--Analysis, Southeast Asia--History, Tamils--Languages
...Geographical Notes", p. 25. 51 See, for example, the reports on the upper levels at Arikamedu, near Pondicherry: R.E.M. Wheeler, A. Ghosh and Krishna Deva, "Arikamedu: An Indo-Roman Trading Station on the East Coast of India", Ancient India 2 (1946...

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Anuradhapura: The British-Sri Lankan Excavations at Anuradhapura Salgaha Watta 2, Vol. 1: The Site
Journal article by Shinu A. Abraham; Asian Perspectives: the Journal of Archaeology for Asia and the Pacific, Vol. 42, 2003
Subjects: Anuradhapura: The British-Sri Lankan Excavations at Anuradhapura Salgaha Watta 2, vol. 1, The Site (Book)--Reviews
...A.D. This period also provides clear evidence of Indian Ocean trade in the form of sherds of Arikamedu pottery type 10, first identified at Arikamedu and already found at three Sri Lankan sites, as well as in Southeast Asia. Other evidence of...

5.
Chera, Chola, Pandya: Using Archaeological Evidence to Identify the Tamil Kingdoms of Early Historic South India
Journal article by Shinu A. Abraham; Asian Perspectives: the Journal of Archaeology for Asia and the Pacific, Vol. 42, 2003
Subjects: Archaeology--Research, Kerala, India--History, Kerala, India--Research, Kerala, India--Social aspects, Tamil Nadu, India--History, Tamil Nadu, India--Research, Tamil Nadu, India--Social aspects, Tamils--History, Tamils--Research
...Ancient Sea Trade: 157-196, ed. V. Begley and R. D. de Puma. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press. 1996 Ancient Port of Arikamedu: New Excavations and Researches 1989-1992, vol. 1. Pondichery: Ecole Francaise dExtreme Orient. BOPEARACHCHI, O. 1997 Foreword...

6.
Fragments of Glass Bangles from Krek 52/62 and Their Implications for the Dating of the Mimotien Culture
Journal article by Miriam Noel Haidle; Asian Perspectives: the Journal of Archaeology for Asia and the Pacific, Vol. 40, 2001
Subjects: Art, Prehistoric, Cambodia--Research, Glass--History, Oriental antiquities--Research, Vietnam--Research
...value for lime lies below 4.5-5 percent (Brill 1987:4). Glover and Henderson (1995:153-154) state that most of the glass from Arikamedu contain even more aluminum and less calcium than Brills typical Indian glass. In comparison, Roman glass shows lower alumina...

7.
The Martaban Trade: An Examination of the Literature from the Seventh Century until the Eighteenth Century
Journal article by Pamela Gutman; Asian Perspectives: the Journal of Archaeology for Asia and the Pacific, Vol. 40, 2001
Subjects: Myanmar--Antiquities, Pottery--Myanmar
...and seventh centuries A.D., are well known. Burmese archaeologists usually, and probably correctly, trace the technique to Arikamedu in East India (Aung Thaw 1968). Twante remained an important center for pottery throughout the period. Luce (1969-70, 1:20...

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Context, Content, and Composition: Questions of Intended Meaning and the Asokan Edicts
Journal article by Namita Sugandhi; Asian Perspectives: the Journal of Archaeology for Asia and the Pacific, Vol. 42, 2003
Subjects: Asoka, King of Magadha--Research, Deccan (India)--History, Deccan (India)--Research, Inscriptions--Research
...which attempted to determine a chronology of South Indian prehistory and early history. Based on excavations at the sites of Arikamedu and Brahmagiri, Wheeler developed a three-tiered, overlapping cultural sequence, beginning with the "Stone Axe" culture, which...

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Hunter-Gatherer Adaptations in Madurai Region, Tamil Nadu, India: From C. 10,000 B.P. to C. A.D. 500
Journal article by V. Selvakumar; Asian Perspectives: the Journal of Archaeology for Asia and the Pacific, Vol. 41, 2002
Subjects: Hunting and gathering societies--Research, South India--History, South India--Social aspects
...Desert, India. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Paleoecology 46:345-372. WHEELER, R.E.M., A. GHOSH, AND KRISHNA DEVA 1946 Arikamedu: An Indo-Roman trading-station on the east coast of India. Ancient India 2:17-124. WILEY, G. R. 1953 Prehistoric Settlement...

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Pyrrhonism and Mādhyamika
Journal article by Thomas McEvilley; Philosophy East & West, Vol. 32, 1982
Subjects: Skeptics (Greek Philosophy)
...Graeco-Roman trading centers of the Southeast. These settlements were in some cases permanent towns, colonies really, like Arikamedu near Pondicherry, built or rebuilt in the Roman fashion and equipped, in one case at least (Muziris), with an official templum...

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