2 edition of Report on Kumrahar excavations, 1951-1955 found in the catalog.
Report on Kumrahar excavations, 1951-1955
Anant Sadashiv Altekar
|Other titles||Kumrahar excavations.|
|Statement||by A. S. Altekar and Vijayakanta Mishra.|
|Series||K. P. Jayaswal Research Institute, Historical research series,, no. 3, Historical researches series ;, no. 3.|
|Contributions||Mishra, Vijayakanta, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||DS486.P26 A55|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 142 p.|
|Number of Pages||142|
|LC Control Number||sa 64001642|
Werktitel (nicht immer mit dem Bildtitel identisch), Urheber, Herstellungsjahr. Umschlag. Karte 1. Karte 2. Karte 3. Karte 4. Karte 5. Karte 6. Karte 7. Anant Sadashiv Altekar (24 September – 25 November ; Marathi: अनंत सदाशिव अळतेकर) was a historian, archaeologist, and numismatist from Maharashtra, India. He was the Manindra Chandra Nandy's Professor and Head of the Department of Ancient Indian History and Culture at Banaras Hindu University in Varanasi, India, and later the director of the Kashi Alma mater: Deccan College.
The story of the American archaeologist David Brainerd Spooner and his excavation of the Mauryan pillared hall at Kumrahar, Pataliputra (Patna) the capital of Indian state Bihar, is marked by a series of ironies. In he directed the excavations of what were supposed to be the palaces of India's first imperial rulers, Chandragupta and Asoka Maurya. PALACES KUMRAHAR PATNA - 3rd c. BC. Excavation at Kumrahar-South of patna reveal the existence of palaces From these excavations it was found that the palace was an aggregation of structures enclosed by a high brick wall Most important was the .
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Book Number: Book Title: Report on Kumrahar excavations Book Author: Altekar, A.S. Report on Kumrahar excavations, By Dr. A.S. Altekar and Mr. Vijayakanta Mishra by Kashi Prasad Jayaswal Research Institute (PATNA) (Book) 1 edition published.
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'This book provides a substantial body of information regarding vital archaeological research of South Asian region. By gathering an insight into the field walking experience of South Asia, this book fulfills a long-felt need for a precise understanding of South Asian by: Kumhrar Excavation Site - Kumhrar or Kumrahar is the remains of an ancient city of Pataliputra, located 5 km of east from Patna Railway Station, on Road, Patna, archaeological remains of the Mauryan period (– BCE), has been discovered he.
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Bharati Altekar, Anant Sadashiv. Altekar, Anant Sadashiv, Ananta Sadāśiva Aḷatekara Anant Sadashiv Altekar historian, archaeologist, and numismatist from Maharashtra, India. From the Jacket Kaladarpana: The Mirror of Indian Art is a stimulative and perceptive survey of different aspects of Indian art, architecture and iconography.
The book provides unparalleled source of insight into Indian art through the ages, incorporating he latest researches on the subject. The volume is dedicated to the memory of Shri Krishna Deva, who devoted all his life to the study and.
who was the author of the Report on Kumrahar Excavations (with Dr A.S. Altekar), Patnaand other important contributions to the knowledge of ancient India. It contains 56 papers arranged in four sections.
Archaeology, Art and Architecture, Religion and Philosophy, Cultural Vestige [sic]. It would certainly be impossible to deal. FromAS Altekar and V Mishra from KP Jaiswal Research Institute conducted another excavation.
It unearthed eight more pillar pits apart from the 72 already discovered by Spooner, and also found the ruins of a brick structure dating back to the 5th century. A terracotta seal found on the same spot read: “Arogyavihare Bikshusamghasya”.
FromAS Altekar and V Mishra from KP Jaiswal Research Institute conducted another excavation. It unearthed eight more pillar pits apart from the 72 already discovered by Spooner, and also found the ruins A seal also found curved with issues affected the pace of work, but on February 7,he dis- covered one of the richest.Kumhrar or Kumrahar is the name of an area of Patna, where remains of the ancient city of Pataliputra were excavated.
It is located 5 km east of Patna Railway Station. Archaeological remains of the Mauryan period (– BCE) have been discovered here, this include the ruins of a hypostyle pillared hall The excavation finding here dates back to BCE, and marks the ancient capital of Country: India.Hinzler, H.I.R.
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