Indus script, writing system used from c.3rd millennium BCE on Sarasvatri-Sindhu river basins and latter in many parts of Bharat, has defied decipherment for over 150 years.
The monographs presents India’s metallurgical legacy as a continuum from the bronze age which saw the emergence of alloying and of a writing system on about 4000 epigraphs on a variety of objects including copper tablets, metal tools and weapons.
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