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खम्भात की खाड़ी में समुद्री पुरातात्विक खोज
(National Institute of Oceanography (CSIR), India, 2010)
Looking for the Harappan Ports around Dholavira, Khadir Bet, Kachchh, Gujarat
The rise of Harappan settlement at Dholavira is attributed to multidimensional factors which may include industrial activities, overseas trade and commerce and distribution of resources available in the Kachchh to other ...
Excavations at Kanjetar and Kaj on the Saurashtra Coast, Gujarat
(Journal of the Indian Society for Prehistoric and Quarternary Studies, 2011)
Onshore excavations were undertaken at Kanjetar and Kaj around Kodinar in Gujarat. Kanjetar is located about 12 km southwest of Kodinar on the coastal region. This is a single culture site of the Harappan phase. The entire ...
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 ...
An early historic assemblage offshore of Godawaya, Sri Lanka: Evidence for early regional seafaring in South Asia.
Investigations in 2010 by an international team of maritime archaeologists yielded a concentration of artefacts identified here by the authors as the remains of a shipwreck off the southern coastal village of Godawaya, Sri ...
क्या सिन्धु सभ्यता के समय में कच्छ के रण मे नौवहन होता था? पुरातात्विक साक्ष्यों पर आधारित एक अध्ययन.
(CSIR-National Institute of Oceanography, Goa, 2012)
A medieval port at Ghogha in the Gulf of Khambhat, west coast of India
(Swati Publications, 2015)
The Gulf of Khambhat has been a focal area for the human settlements since the Harappan and it is also famous for the highest tidal range in India. The author of the Periplus of the Erythrenean Sea vividly described the ...
Ancient coastal transportation system along the Western Saurashtra coast: Evidence from Navibandar
(Current Science Association, 2013)
A recent maritime archaeological exploration around Navibandar, Gujarat yielded evidence of ferry/jetty points. These points were well connected with the stone-paved roads. Interestingly, the roads have evidence of the use ...
Ghogha: An Indo-Arabian Trading Post in the Gulf of Khambhat (Cambay), India
(The Nautical Archaeology Society, 2010)
The ancient port of Ghogha is situated on the western bank of the Gulf of Khambhat, which has the highest tidal range in India, and the remains of the oldest civilization. Recent marine archaeological explorations in this ...
SEM–EDS analysis of copper, glass and iron recovered from the 1st century AD shipwreck site off Godawaya, Southern Sri Lanka
(Current Science Association, 2012)
Recent maritime archaeological explorations conducted at a shipwreck site in the offshore regions of Godawaya, a fishing village on the south coast of Sri Lanka led to the retrieval of several artifacts such as copper slag, ...