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Pabumath

Pabumath
Archeological site
Pabumath is located in India
Pabumath
Pabumath
Coordinates:
Country India
Province Gujarath
District Kutch
Taluka Nakhtrana
Time zone Indian Standard Time (UTC+5.30)

Pabumath is an Indus Valley Civilisation archaeological site in Kutch District of Gujarat, India.[1]

Contents

  • Excavation 1
  • Findings 2
  • Other observations 3
  • See also 4
  • External links 5
  • References 6

Excavation

Archeological Survey of India has undertaken excavation at this location during 1977-78,1978–79,1980-81.[2]

Findings

A large building complex, unicorn seal, shell bangles, beads, copper bangles, needles, antimony rods,steatite micro beads; pottery include large and medium size jars, beaker, dishes, dish-on-stand, perforated jars etc.; fine red pottery with black painted designs etc. were found during 1980-81 excavations.[1] Animal remains of cattle, buffalo, fish, sheep, wild pig and rabbit were also found.[1]

Other observations

This site is in Kutch district, where several other IVC sites such as Dholavira, Desalpur, Surkotada etc. are located.[3] Evidence of fortification was found at this site as well as at Desalpur, Netra-Khissar, Surkotada, Dholavira, Kotada, Meghpar, Sevakia, Chitrod, Kanmer etc.[4] which are nearby IVC sites.

See also

External links

Location of Indus Valley Civilisation sites near Pabumath [5]

References

  1. ^ a b c Mittra, Debala, ed. (1980-81). "Indian Archeology 1980-81 A Review" (PDF). Indian Archeology 1980-81 a Review (Calcutta: Government of India, Archeological Survey of India): 14. 
  2. ^ Gregory L.Possehl,, M.H. Raval , Y.M.Chitalwala (1989). Harappan civilization and Rojdi. New Delhi: Oxford & IBH Pub. Co. p. 191.  
  3. ^ McIntosh, Jane R. (2008). The Ancient Indus Valley : New Perspectives. Santa Barbara, Calif.: ABC-CLIO. pp. xi.  
  4. ^ Krishna Deva,, Lallanji Gopal, Shri Bhagwan Singh (1989). History and art: essays on history, art, culture, and archaeology presented to Prof. K.D. Bajpai in honour of his fifty years of indological studies. Ramanand Vidya Bhawan. p. 265. 
  5. ^ http://books.google.co.in/books?id=1AJO2A-CbccC&dq=mcintosh+jane&q=dholavira#v=snippet&q=dholavira&f=false



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