Bibliography on Indus Valley
Ancient Cities of the Indus Valley Civilization. Oxford University
Press and American Institute of Pakistan Studies, Karachi.
2000 The Indus
Valley Mystery. by R. H. Meadow and J. M. Kenoyer. Discovering Archaeology,
April 2000, pp. 38-43.
1999 Harappa: New Discoveries on its origins and growth by J. M. Kenoyer and
R. H. Meadow. Lahore Museum Bulletin XII (1):1-12.
Metal Technologies of the Indus Valley Tradition in Pakistan and Western
India, by J. M. Kenoyer and H. M.-L. Miller. In The Archaeometallurgy of
the Asian Old World, edited by V. C. Pigott. Philadelphia: University of
Pennsylvania Museum, pp. 107-151.
1999 Wealth and Socio-Economic Hierarchies of the Indus Valley
Civilization. In Order, Legitimacy and Wealth in Early States edited by
Janet Richards and Mary Van Buren. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, pp.
Sarang and Jeevai: A coloring book story of the ancient Indus Valley.
Oxford University Press, Karachi.
1997 Trade and Technology of the Indus Valley: new insights from Harappa,
Pakistan. World Archaeology 29(2):262-280.
1997 New Inscribed Objects From Harappa. J. M. Kenoyer and R. H. Meadow.
Lahore Museum Bulletin Vol. IX(1) 1996:1-20.
National Geographic - June 2000
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