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Report on the excavations at Pataliputra (Patna), the Palibothra of the Greeks
Laurence Austine Waddell
|Statement||by L. A. Waddel.|
|LC Classifications||DS486.P26 W3 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||83 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||83|
|LC Control Number||75906311|
To read this book online, your options are Join Forgotten Books 1,, books Unlimited reading Dedicated support Small monthly fee Click here to learn more . Contents Prefacev Acknowledgementsix List of Illustrationsxi and Backdrop1 retative Strategies20 Excavations in Varanasi36 Later Vedic Period 59 Janapada Period95 Maurya-Sunga Period Kushana Period Late Kushana Period Overview of Ancient Varanasi Appendix Coins from.
Report on the Excavations at Pataliputra (Patna) The Palibothra of the Greeks by Laurence Austine Waddell it was ok avg rating — 1 rating — published — 3 editions. The story of the American archaeologist David Brainerd Spooner and his excavation of the Mauryan pillared hall at Kumrahar, Pataliputra (Patna) the capital of Indian state Bihar, is marked by a series of ironies. In he directed the excavations of what were supposed to be the palaces of India's first imperial rulers, Chandragupta and Asoka Maurya.
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The discovery was first reported in Waddell's book "Report on the excavations at Pataliputra (Patna)". "The capital is currently on display in the Patna Museum.
Construction. The capital is made of unpolished buff sandstone. It is quite massive, with a length of 49 inches ( meters), and Material: Unpolished buff sandstone. Etymology. The etymology of Pataliputra is unclear.
"Putra" means son, and "pāṭali" is a species of rice or the plant Bignonia traditional etymology holds that the city was named after the plant. Another tradition says that Pāṭaliputra means the son of Pāṭali, who was the daughter of Raja Sudarshan. As it was known as Pāṭali-grāma ("Pāṭali village") originally Location: Patna district, Bihar, India.
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The links produced by the authority control. Get this from a library. A report on the excavations on the ancient sites of Pátaliputra (Patna-Bankipur) in illustrated by 58 plates. [P C Mukherji]. The monumental capital was discovered in at the royal palace in Pataliputra, India, in the area of Bulandi Bagh in Patna, by archaeologist L.A.
Waddell in It was found at a depth of around 12 feet (4 meters), and dated to the reign of Ashoka or soon after, to the 3rd century BC. The discovery was first reported in Waddell's book "Report on the excavations at Pataliputra (Patna)". Copper Moon Over Pataliputra: A Novel of Power and Passion in Ancient India (The Moksha Trilogy Book 3) (English Edition) Waddell, L: Report on the Excavations at Pataliputra (Patna) Chhota Bheem and Krishna in Pataliputra | in beiden Englisch und Hindi: Gründung Der Stadt Pataliputra Und Geschichte Der UpakosaMetaphysisch: Geschichte: Filme.
The discovery was first reported in Waddell's book "Report on the excavations at Pataliputra". "The capital is on display in the Patna Museum. The capital is made of unpolished buff sandstone, it is quite massive, with a length of 49 inches, a height of inches. It weighs 1, lbs.
‘Mr Ratan Tata’s Excavations at Pataliputra’ began with a cheque for Rs 15, after the discovery of the ‘Hall of Ashoka.’ Over the years, more than Rs 60, was to be spent on these. Pataliputra, IAST: Pāṭaliputra), adjacent to modern-day Patna, was a city in ancient India, originally built by Magadha ruler Udayin in BCE as a small fort (Pāṭaligrāma) near the Ganges river.
It became the capital of major powers in ancient India, such as the Shishunaga Empire (c. – BCE), Nanda Empire (c. or – BCE), the Maurya Empire (c.
– BCE), the. Report on the excavations at Pātaliputra (Patna); the Palibothra of the Greeks. Kalkuta: Bengal secretariat press. Mungon ose është bosh parametri |language= "The Analysis of Indian Muria Empire affected from Achaemenid's architecture art". Journal of Subcontinent Researches.
6 (19): – Pataliputra, në afërsi të Patnas moderne, ishte një qytet i Indisë së lashtë, fillimisht i ndërtuar nga sunduesi Magadha, Ajatashatru në vitin p.e.s. si një fortesë e vogël (Pataligrama) pranë lumit Gang. Në afërsi të Patnas moderne janë bërë gërmime të gjera arkeologjike.
Gërmimet herët në shekullin e XX përret Patnas treguan dëshmi të qarta të mureve të. ‘Mr Ratan Tata's Excavations at Pataliputra' began with a cheque for Rs 15, after the discovery of the ‘Hall of Ashoka.' Over the years, more than Rs 60, was to be spent on these. The Art of Eastern India, Frederick M.
Asher Published by University of Minnesota Press Asher, Frederick M. The Art of Eastern India, within the scope of this book have yet to be firmly established. For the sake of consistency, I am following the well-reasoned dates determined.Blackman, M.
James, and Massimo Vidale, “ The Production and Distribution of Stoneware Bangles at Mohenjo-Daro as Monitored by Chemical Characterization Studies,” in Richard H. Meadow (ed.), South Asian Archaeology Papers from the Tenth International Conference of South Asian Archaeologists in Western Europe, Musée National des Arts Asiatiques-Guimet, Paris, France, 3–7 July Sannati or Sannathi is a small village, located on the banks of the Bhima River in Chitapur taluk of Gulbarga District of Northern is famous for the Chandrala Parameshwari Temple and the excavations by the Archaeological Survey of India done in