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Archaeological sources: Exploration, Excavation, Epigraphy, Numismatics and Monuments: Part II

Archaeological sources: Exploration, Excavation, Epigraphy, Numismatics and Monuments: Part II Numismatics The study of coins is called numismatics. Ancient Indian currency was not issued in the form of paper but as metal coins. Ancient coins were made of metal— copper, silver, gold, and lead. Coin moulds made of burnt clay have been discovered in large […]

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Archaeological sources: Exploration, Excavation, Epigraphy, Numismatics and Monuments: Part I

Archaeological sources: Exploration, Excavation, Epigraphy, Numismatics and Monuments: Part I Archaeology is the study of the human past though material remains. Material remains: They range from vestiges of grand palaces and temples to the small, discarded products of everyday human activity such as pieces of broken pottery. They include different things such as structures, artefacts, […]

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