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Dr. P.K. Agrawala is a well-known scholar of indology working as a University Professor in the Department of Ancient Indian History, Culture & Archaeology of the Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi. His special field of investigation is Ancient Indian Art, Iconography Religious thought.

Contents

Pages
Acknowledgementsviii-ix
Abbreviationsx-xi
Chapter One
Beginnings: The Chalocolithic Period1-38
Chapter Two
Ayas' In Vedic Literature39-44
Chapter Three
Pre-Mauryan (C. 500-300 B.C.) And Mauryan Bronzes (C.300 B.C. -200 B.C.)45-54
Chapter Four
Sunga (C. 150 B.C.) And Pre-Kusana Brozes (50 B.C.-50 A.D.)55-62
Chapter Five
Kusana Period (C. 50 A.D.To C. 300 A. D.)
Bronzes In Northern India (Excluding Gandhara)63-73
Chapter Six
Satavahana-Iksvaku Bronzes Of Western India And The Deccan74-94
Chapter Seven
The Importation Of Mediterranean Bronzes And The Kusana
Gandhara Style95-133
Chapter Eight
Literary Evidence On The Casting Of Metal Images (From C. Fourth Cent. B.C. To 300 A. D.)134-136
Illustrations136-137
List of Illustrations137-153
Index154-158
Errata159
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Early Indian Bronzes

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1977
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About the Author

Dr. P.K. Agrawala is a well-known scholar of indology working as a University Professor in the Department of Ancient Indian History, Culture & Archaeology of the Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi. His special field of investigation is Ancient Indian Art, Iconography Religious thought.

Contents

Pages
Acknowledgementsviii-ix
Abbreviationsx-xi
Chapter One
Beginnings: The Chalocolithic Period1-38
Chapter Two
Ayas' In Vedic Literature39-44
Chapter Three
Pre-Mauryan (C. 500-300 B.C.) And Mauryan Bronzes (C.300 B.C. -200 B.C.)45-54
Chapter Four
Sunga (C. 150 B.C.) And Pre-Kusana Brozes (50 B.C.-50 A.D.)55-62
Chapter Five
Kusana Period (C. 50 A.D.To C. 300 A. D.)
Bronzes In Northern India (Excluding Gandhara)63-73
Chapter Six
Satavahana-Iksvaku Bronzes Of Western India And The Deccan74-94
Chapter Seven
The Importation Of Mediterranean Bronzes And The Kusana
Gandhara Style95-133
Chapter Eight
Literary Evidence On The Casting Of Metal Images (From C. Fourth Cent. B.C. To 300 A. D.)134-136
Illustrations136-137
List of Illustrations137-153
Index154-158
Errata159
Sample Pages

















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