Bibliography on Indus Script

There has been a great interest in the Indus signs since its discovery in 1920s, thus a great range of literature came in to existence. All such material is of varied nature and definitely important for the students of Indus Civilization. It has been published in different countries, in variety of formats, admittedly it is not necessarily easy to obtain a reliable and a near complete list of it. Gregory L. Possehl’s effort to compile a comprehensive list was a good effort, he was obliged to Prof Harold Dibble of University of Pensylvania for technical assistance. Definitely the list provided in Asko Parpola’s deciphering the Indus Script was a mainstay. A subsequent list by Richard Meadow & J. Mark Kenoyer was also found valuable. Since there has much time elapsed and further works have come out discussing Indus script and the civilization that flourished in the Indus floodplains a need is felt to update the existing listing, thus comprehensive compilation is made available for this website.

It will be highly appropriate that any omissions in the present list is indicated, helping us in updating it further.

Kainat S Baloch

GENERAL BIBLIOGRAPHY

ON INDUS VALLEY CIVILIZATION

 

Compiled
by

KAINAT BALOCH

 

Management Board for Antiquities

   & Physical Heritage Government of Sindh

 

 



 

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Anonymous

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