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Identification of archaeological sites from space
(Indian Archaeological Society, 1998)
It is well known that remote sensing is the only non-destructive method of earth's exploration. Archaeologists particular can not preserve a site as well as study it through ground-based methods. The aim of the present ...
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 ...
Archaeology of lighthouses along the Indian coast with reference to a lighthouse at Kodinar, Gujarat
(Indian Archaeological Society, 2011)
A lighthouse is an important aid for navigation and they are in use for the past 2500 years The archaeological remains of light houses are meagre in India and the earliest remains are not dated earlier than the medieval ...