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WALKING WITH THE UNICORN Social Organization and Material Culture in Ancient South Asia

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Jonathan Mark Kenoyer and ISMEO – Occasions in Continuum
Adriano V. Rossi
Jonathan Mark Kenoyer – The Tale of Sikander and the Unicorn
Dennys Frenez, Gregg Jamison, Randall Law, Massimo Vidale and Richard H. Meadow
Jonathan Mark Kenoyer – Bibliography
Fish Exploitation during the Harappan Period at Bagasra in Gujarat, India. An Ichthyoarchaeological Approach
Abhayan G. S., P. P. Joglekar, P. Ajithprasad, K. Krishnan, K. K. Bhan and S. V. Rajesh
The Sincerest Form of Flattery? Terracotta Seals as Evidence of Imitation and Agency in Bronze Age Middle Asia
Marta Ameri
Reflections on Fantastic Beasts of the Harappan World. A View from the West
Joan Aruz
Fish Symbolism and Fish Remains in Ancient South Asia
William R. Belcher
Some Important Aspects of Technology and Craft Production in the Indus Civilization with Specific Reference to Gujarat
Kuldeep K. Bhan
Chert Mines and Chert Miners. The Material Culture and Social Organization of the Indus Chipped Stone Workers, Artisans and Traders in the Indus Valley (Sindh, Pakistan)
Paolo Biagi, Elisabetta Starnini and Ryszard Michniak
Ceramic Analysis and the Indus Civilization. A Review
Alessandro Ceccarelli and Cameron A. Petrie
Family Matters in Harappan Gujarat
Brad Chase
Revisiting the Ornament Styles of the Indus Figurines: Evidence from Harappa, Pakistan
Sharri R. Clark
The Harappan ‘Veneer’ and the Forging of Urban Identity
Mary A. Davis
Private Person or Public Persona? Use and Significance of Standard Indus Seals as Markers of Formal Socio-Economic Identities
Dennys Frenez
Lithic Blade Implements and their Role in the Harappan Chalcolithic Cultural Development in Gujarat
Charusmita Gadekar and P. Ajithprasad
Who Were the ‘Massacre Victims’ at Mohenjo-daro? A Craniometric Investigation
Brian E. Hemphill
Indus Copper and Bronze: Traditional Perspectives and New Interpretations
Brett C. Hoffman
A Short Note on Strontium Isotope Analysis of Human Skeletal Remains from the Site of Sarai Khola
Asma Ibrahim
The Organization of Indus Unicorn Seal Production. A Multi-faceted Investigation of Technology, Skill, and Style
Gregg M. Jamison
The Size of Indus Seals and its Significance
Ayumu Konasukawa and Manabu Koiso
The Art and Technology of Reserving a Slip. A Complex Side of Indus Ceramic Tradition
K. Krishnan and Sneh Pravinkumar Patel
The Art of the Harappan Microbead – Revisited
Randall W. Law
The North Gujarat Archaeological Project – NoGAP. A Multi-Proxy and Multi-Scale Study of Long- Term Socio-Ecological Dynamics
Marco Madella, P. Ajithprasad, Carla Lancelotti, J. J. García-Granero, F. C. Conesa, C. Gadekar and S. V. Rajesh
Toponyms, Directions and Tribal Names in the Indus Script
Iravatham Mahadevan and M. V. Bhaskar
Ganweriwala – A New Perspective
Farzand Masih
Personal Reflections on some Contributions of Jonathan Mark Kenoyer to the Archaeology of Northwestern South Asia
Richard H. Meadow
Invisible Value or Tactile Value? Steatite in the Faience Complexes of the Indus Valley Tradition
Heather M.-L. Miller and Jonathan Mark Kenoyer
What Makes a Pot Harappan?
Heidi J. Miller
Dilmun-Meluhhan Relations Revisited in Light of Observations on Early Dilmun Seal Production during the City IIa-c Period (c. 2050-1800 BC)
Eric Olijdam and Hélène David-Cuny
Unicorn Bull and Victory Parade
Asko Parpola
Analytical Study of Harappan Copper Artifacts from Gujarat with Special Reference to Bagasra
Ambika Patel and P. Ajithprasad
Looking beneath the Veneer. Thoughts about Environmental and Cultural Diversity in the Indus Civilization
Cameron A. Petrie, Danika Parikh, Adam S. Green and Jennifer Bates
Decorated Carnelian Beads from the Indus Civilization Site of Dholavira (Great Rann of Kachchha, Gujarat)
V. N. Prabhakar
Artifact Reuse and Mixed Archaeological Contexts at Chatrikhera, Rajasthan
Teresa P. Raczek, Namita S. Sugandhi, Prabodh Shirvalkar and Lalit Pandey
Pre-Prabhas Assemblage in Gujarat. An Assessment based on the Material Culture from Somnath, Datrana and Janan
Rajesh S. V., Charusmita Gadekar, P. Ajithprasad, G. S. Abhayan, K. Krishnan and Marco Madella
The Indus Script and Economics. A Role for Indus Seals and Tablets in Rationing and Administration of Labor
Rajesh P. N. Rao
Beads of Possible Indus Origin with Sumerian Royal Inscriptions
Julian E. Reade and Jonathan Taylor
The Role of Archaeology in National Identity: Muslim Archaeology in Pakistan
The Smallest Scale of Stone. Pebbles as a Diminutive Form of Nature
Monica L. Smith
Five Thousand Years of Shell Exploitation at Bandar Jissah, Sultanate of Oman
Christopher P. Thornton, Charlotte M. Cable, David Bosch and Leslie Bosch
Indus Stone Beads in the Ghaggar Plain with a Focus on the Evidence from Farmana and Mitathal
Akinori Uesugi, Manmohan Kumar and Vivek Dangi
Locard’s Exchange Principle and the Bead-Making Industries of the 3rd Millennium BC
Massimo Vidale, Giuseppe Guida, Gianfranco Priori and Anna Siviero
Inscription Carving Technology of Early Historic South Asia. Results of Experimental Archaeology and Assessment of Minor Rock Edicts in Karnataka
Heather Walder
The Volumetric System of Harappa
Bryan K. Wells
An Harappan History of US Researchers in Pakistan. In Celebration of Jonathan Mark Kenoyer
Rita P. Wright
Authors Contacts 21,19,7, pp. 640, Btrossura filo refe, Ill. a colori