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Bhagwanpura: A Late Harappan Site in Haryana Indus Civilization Sites in India: New Discoveries, edited by Dilip K. Chakrabarti,

Title:Bhagwanpura: A Late Harappan Site in Haryana Indus Civilization Sites in India: New Discoveries, edited by Dilip K. Chakrabarti,
Author:Joshi, Jagat Pati
Publication:Marg
Enumeration:Vol. 55 No. 3; March 2004, pp. 44-51
Abstract:Excavations of Bhagwanpura (Haryana) has revealed a 3.2-metre-thick cultural deposit, which is divided into two periods. Sub-period 1A (Late Harappan, circa 1700--;1300 BCE) has raised mud-platforms, and antiquities such as a terracottas (bull, anthropomorphic figurines, a human figure, bangles), beads, pins, and red ware/ochre pottery. Sub-period 1B (circa 1400--;1000 BCE) has revealed an overlap between the late Harappan and PGW culture and finds include houses, pottery, stone querns and pestles, animal bones, terracottas, glass bangles, and copper antimony rods.

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