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Flora of India Series 4: Special and Miscellaneous Publications: Geobotany and Biogeochemistry An Orientation study inSingbhum Copper Belt, (Bihar) by P. Venu et al
1997, N

in singhbhum copper belt,(bihar) by p. venu et al
Antiquities of the Chenab valley in Jammu, (inscriptions, copper plates, sanads, Grants, Firmans and letters) in (Brahmi, Sharda, Tarki, Persian and Devnagri scripts)
2001, Hardcover
Newly discovered copper hoard, weapons of South Asia (c. 2800-1500 B.C.)
Sharma, Deo Prakash
2002, Hardcover

it includes chapters on copper hoard collection in the national museum, new delhi, new anthropomorphic figures from ganga-yamuna doab, new lugged shouldered axes from the western uttar pradesh, new copper hoard in private collections of north india.
ASI: Dynastic list of copper plate inscriptions noticed in annual reports on Indian epigraphy from 1887-1969
1986, Hardcover
The Indus civilization, including other copper age cultures andhistory of language change till c.1500 B.C
Habib, Irfan
2002, Hardcover

it contains more detailed exposition of certain topics, and the explanatory notes on technical and controversial subjects at the end of each chapter are somewhat longer. illustrations, maps and tables are included to serve as aids to understand the subject better.
Copper and its alloys in ancient India
Chakrabarti, Dilip K et al.
1996, Hardcover
Harappan seals, sealings and copper tablets, ed. by S.P. Gupta et al
Sharma, Deo Prakash
2000, Hardcover

contents: (i) harappan seals, sealings and copper tablets. (ii) harappan seals and inscriptions from outside the indus-saraswati region.
Copper-plate and stone inscriptions of South India, 3 vols (Set)
Butterworth, Alan & Chetty, V Venugopaul
2006, Hardcover

this set is a collection of stone and copper-plate inscriptions of south india, particularly of the nelore district. the inscriptions provide source material for writing regional history. vol.1 discusses copper-plate and stone inscriptions of atmakur taluk, darsi division, gudur taluk and kandukur taluk. vol.2 is devoted to stone inscriptions of kainigiri taluk, nellore taluk a ...
Copper-plate inscriptions belonging to the Sri Sankaracharya of the Kamakoti-Pitha
Rao, TA Gopinatha
1986, Hardcover

core decor: interior desiging for your mind and soul
Excavations at Lal Qila: a habitational OCP site and a unique copper-hoard from Kiratpur
Gaur, RC
1995, N
David Copperfield, abridged by Praniti Ghatak Bose, ed. by Seetha Srinivasan
Dickens, Charles
2010, Paperback

this series introduces the student to works which have become classic and which have provided pleasurable reading to generations of readers.
Copper hoard culture of the Ganga Valley (Panchala region)
Shukla, KS et al.
2011, Hardcover
Government Museum Madras, Catalogue of copper plate grants, by R Srinivasa Ayyangar
2000, Paperback
Copper-plate inscriptions of Odisha: a descriptive catalogue, (Circa fourth century to sixteenth century CE)
Acharya, Subrata Kumar
2014, Hardcover
The copper sky
Gupta, Abhijit
2015, Paperback
Sino-Tibetan Buddhist interactions: a treasury of gilt Copper Buddhist statues, chief editor: Wang Jiapeng, Tibetan translation by Guoxu et al, English translation by Shen Weirong
2009, Hardcover

li wei\'s collection of gilt copper buddhist statues. the book beautifully illustrates and describes 99 bronze statues with names in tibetan, chinese and romanized sanskrit (english). detailed description is provided in chinese and english.
David Copper Feld, 2 vols. (Set)
Dickens, Charles
2016, Hardcover
Archaeology of ancient Madhyadesa: chrono-cultural study ofOchre coloured ceramics and copper hoards, foreword by C. Margabandhu
Kumar, Krishna
2018, Hardcover

this is the first work of its kind on the archaeology of ancient `madhyadesa\' referred to in the manusmrti. it embodies a comprehensive study in the `ochre coloured pottery culture\' including the ocp, the associated copper hoards and miscellaneous finds.
The copper-coloured palace iconography of the r¥i? ma school of Tibetan Buddhism, 3 vols. by Adelheid Herrmann-Pfandt (Set)
2018, Hardcover
Copper plate inscriptions from Karnataka: in the Directorate of Archaeology and Museums
Nagaraja Rao, MS et al. (ed.)
1997, N

in the present volume are included eleven copper-plate inscriptions deposited with directorate of archaeology and museums, karnataka.