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Seafaring Archaeology of the East Coast of India and Southeast Asia during the Early Historical Period
(Ubiquity Press, 2017)
The concept of trade in ancient India was quite different from modern times. In olden day�s mariners, artisans, traders, Buddhist monks and religious leaders used to set sail together and this trend continued till the ...
Arikamedu: A Indo-Roman Trading Station - Revisited
(Indian Society for Prehistoric and Quarternary Studies (ISPQS), 2017)
Arikamedu is one of the most important early historic ports on the East Coast of India. Arikamedu excavations and explorations have shown evidence of maritime contacts between India and the Roman and Southeast Asian countries ...
Maritime archaeology of Lakshadweep Islands, India
(Indian Archaeological Society, 2012)
Lakshadweep Islands lie on the sea route between South Asia, Far East and African countries Boats and ships used the islands of Lakshadweep as a stopover to take on fresh water The Islands of Lakshadweep played a significant ...
Watercraft depicted in the art of Odisha, East Coast of India
(Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology, 2018)
The Indian state of Odisha, with its long coastline facing the Bay of Bengal, extensive riverine network and convenient anchorages, has enjoyed a sustained maritime history. Nevertheless, the lack of archaeological excavation ...
Maritime archaeology and shipwrecks off Goa
(Kaveri Bk., 2014)
In recent years, maritime archaeological studies have unearthed several of our lost cultural heritages. Many believe that maritime archaeology is a complex and specialized field. Author has penned down his personal experiences ...
Preface to Special Section: Shipwrecks
(Current Science Association, IAS, 2019)
This is a preface to the the wide coverage of shipwrecks included in the special section of the Vol 117 Issue no 10 of �Current Science�. Leading underwater archaeologists provided the developments in hydro-archaeology in ...