Published June 1942
by Periodicals Service Co .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
chanhu daro excavations by ernest j.h. mackay and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Chanhu-daro Excavations () Ernest J. H. Mackay The detailed and highly informative excavation reports from the only American-sponsored pre-partition Indus excavations at this manufacturing site in Sindh. He did major excavations at this site from to and published detailed site report during , which was published during He also did planning of excavation of Chanhudaro, along with Brown and visited Chanhudaro in along with his wife. Books published. Chanhu-daro excavation, Pub. June Born: Ernest John Henry Mackay, 5 July , Bristol, . The excavations at Chanhu-daro, conducted by Dr. Mackay for the American School of Indie and Iranian Studies have shown that the culture of which the Harappā remains are the type was superseded, in this part of Sind at any rate, by later intrusive cultures, those of Jhukar and Jhangar (p. 3).
Until E.J.H. Mackay’s excavations at the site of Chanhu-daro in , it was thought that the beads may have been manufactured in Mesopotamia. However, within the first month of excavation at Chanhu-daro, in November of , Mackay found more etched carnelian beads at this one site than were known at that time! FINDS AT CHANHU-DARO By DOROTHY MACKAY HREE low mounds, isolated in the semijungle of arid Sind, have recently given yet another tanta- lizing glimpse into the ancient history of India. The excavations made by the Arclueologieal Survey Of the Government of India at and Mohenjo- Claro in the Indus Valley during the decade — No part of this book may be reproduced, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, Chanhu-daro Excavations American Oriental Society. New Haven. Nath, A. Excavations at. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. Full text of "Chanhu Daro Excavations ".
2. Ball and rattle, Chanhu Daro, B.C. 3. Vessel fragment with painted decoration. Ceramic, paint, Indus Valley, excavated at Chanhu Daro, Mature Harappan period, B.C 4. Necklace of disc-shaped beads, Chanhu Daro, Steatite (modern recreation), and bangles. It resembles a necklace from the chest of an adult excavated at. Chanhu-daro excavations, Unknown Binding – January 1, by Ernest John Henry Mackay (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ — Paperback "Please retry" $ Author: Ernest John Henry Mackay. Mohenjo-daro today is on the western bank of the Indus river in the province of Sindh, and Harappa, km to the north-east, is on the southern bank of the Ravi river in the West Punjab. The ancient Indus peoples lived in a society with marked social classes and craft and career specialists, some of whom knew the art of writing. In an exclusive blog post for on Etched Carnelian Beads from Chanhu-daro, Dr. Heidi J. Miller discusses how etched carnelian beads are a hallmark of the Harappan phase. Copies of them in.