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Ceramics of the Indus Valley in Gujarat (2500 B.C. to 800 B.C.)

Title:Ceramics of the Indus Valley in Gujarat (2500 B.C. to 800 B.C.)
Author:Rao, S.R.
Enumeration:Vol. 14 Issue no. 3; June 1961, p. 20-27
Abstract:The article contains a brief description of the major Harappa ware, shapes of vessels, technique of surface treatment, decoration, and evolution in forms and painted motifs as noticed at Lothal and Rangpur in Saurashtra. The types of ware are Red Ware, Buff Ware, Micaceous Red Ware, Black and Red Ware, Coarse Grey Ware, and Lustrous Red Ware. The painted designs are categorized under human and animal, plant, and geometric motifs.

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