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Geochemical and mineralogical analysis of stone anchors from west coast of India: Provenance study using thin sections, XRF and SEM-EDS
Stone anchors have been recovered along the Indian coast as a part of the maritime archaeological studies at the National Institute of Oceanography (NIO), Goa, India. Study of stone anchors provides clues to understand the ...
Was the Rann of Kachchh navigable during the Harappan times (Mid-Holocene)? An archaeological perspective
(Current Science Association, 2013)
The Kachchh region, presently, is one of the difficul t areas in the Indian subcontinent for human settlement due to harsh climate, scanty rainfall and hence no scope for agriculture production. However, the region was ...
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 ...
Maritime archaeological studies in India
India with more than 7000 km long coastline and about 5000 years old maritime history is dotted with several ancient ports. Marine archaeological research during last two and half decades has revealed a number of sites ...
Archaeological sites along the Gujarat coast: Proxies to decipher the past shoreline
(Darshak Itihas Nidhi, 2011)
During the late Holocene, coastal configuration has undergone continuous changes due to various reasons like sea level fluctuations and shoreline shift. Several reasons are attributed like global warming causing polar ice ...
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)