Analysing the Black Polished Pottery of Proto-Historic-Early Historic India

@article{Tripathi2018AnalysingTB,
  title={Analysing the Black Polished Pottery of Proto-Historic-Early Historic India},
  author={V. Tripathi and P. Singh},
  journal={Current Science},
  year={2018},
  volume={114},
  pages={2373-2380}
}
  • V. Tripathi, P. Singh
  • Published 2018
  • Biology
  • Current Science
  • The development of ceramic technology in India can be traced back to a hoary past. Highly sophisticated potteries like black slipped ware (BSW), black-andred ware (BRW), painted grey ware, grey ware and northern black polished ware (NBPW) were present in proto-historic and early historic times (circa 2000–300 BCE). The present communication aims to throw light on the technology of one of the important wares, viz. BSW especially from sites located in the Vindhya–Ganga region. Through analytical… CONTINUE READING

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