Metallurgy (Including coin)




Agrawala, P.K, Goddesses in ancient India, Delhi, Abhinav Publication, xii,145p


Agrawal, B.B., K.K. Parsad, G. I. S. Chauhan, P.K.Chaudhury and S.M. Aeron, 1998, Evolution of early iron making processes and their relevance in Indian context. In Achaeometallurgy in India (Ed.) Vibha Tripathi. Delhi: Sharada Publishing House. Pp. 218-27.


Agrawal, D. P, 1971, The Copper Bronze Age in India. New Delhi: MunshiramManoharlal


Agrawal, D.P, 1982, The Indian bronze age cultures and their metal technology. In Advances in World


Archaeology (Ed.) F. Wendorf and A.E. Close. New York: Academic Press. Pp. 213-264.


Agrawal, D.P, 1984, Metal technology of the Harappans. In Frontiers of Indus Civilization (Ed.) B.B. Lal and S.P.Gupta. New Delhi: Books & Books. Pp.163-168


Agrawal, D.P, 1990, Origin of metallurgy in Asia. In History of Science &Technologyin India (Ed.) G. Kuppuram& K. Kumudamani. Delhi: SundeepPrakashan.


Agrawal, D. P, 1999,The role of Central Himalayas in Indian archaeometallurgy.In Metals in Antiquity (Eds.) Young, Suzanne, M.M, P. Budd, A.M. Pollard, Paul Budd and Rob Ixer. Oxford: Archaeopress. Pp. 193-199.


Agrawal, D.P, 2000, Ancient Metal Technology & Archaeology of South Asia. Delhi: Aryan Books International.


Agrawal, D.P., R. V. Krishnamurthy and SheelaKusumgar, 1981, Arsenical coppers in the Indian bronze age. InRecent Indian Researches in Archaeology and Art History (Ed.) M.S. NagarajaRao. Delhi: Agam Kala Prakashan. Pp.9-18.


Agrawal, D.P. and Manju Pant, 1997, Bronze age technology. In History of Technology in India (Ed.) A.K.Bag. New Delhi: Indian National Science Academy.


Agarwal, D.P. and RajamSeshadhri. 1998. The metallurgical tradition of the Harappans. In Archaeometallurgy in India (Ed.) Vibha Tripathi. Delhi: Sharada Publishing House Pp.10-17.


Agrawal, D.P, 1969, The Copper Hoards problem: a technological angle. Asian Perspectives 12: 113-119


Agrawal, D.P, 1969-70, The metal technology of the Indian Protohistoric cultures: its archaeological implications.Puratattva 3: 15-22.


Agrawal, D.P, 1970, Metal technology of the Harappan culture and its socio-economic implications. Indian Journal of History of Science 5(2): 238-252


Agrawal, D.P, 1976, Problems of Protohistoric copper artifacts and their ore correlations. In Archaeological Congress and Seminar: 1972 (Ed) U.V.Singh. Kurukshetra: Kurukshetra University. Pp.35-89


Agrawal, D.P. and J. S. Kharakwal, (March 8-10, 2000in press),outstanding problems of early iron age in India: need of a new approach. Paper presented at the NainitalSeminar


Agrawal, D.P. and J.S. Kharakwal, (1999 in press),Meluhha and sociology of metallurgy. Jodhpura-Ganeshwar complex Paper presented in the Annual Congress ISPQUS, Pune. December 27-31,


Agrawal, D.P., R.V. Krishnamurthy and SheelaKusumgar. 1977. New data on the copper hoards and the Daimabad bronzes. Man and Environment 2: 41-46.


Agrawal, D.P., R.V. Krishnamurthy and SheelaKusumgar, 1979,on the affiliation of the Daimabad bronzes: some fresh data. Int. Symp. In Archaeometry and Archaeological Prospection (Ed). I. Scollar. Pp.8-13.


Agrawal, D.P., R.V. Krishnamurthy, SheelaKusumgar, L.A., Narain and M.N.Sarin, 1974, Alloying in the copper hoards. Bulletin of the Museum and Archaeology 14: 14-18.


Agrawal, D. P., SheelaKusumgar, M. G. Yadav, V. D. Gogte, JeewanKharakwal and Manju Pant ,1995, Was Kumaon the source of early Iron in north India? Man and nvironment 20 (1): 81-85


Agrawal, D.P. and C. Margabandhu, 1975-76, Ancient gold working: some new 14C dates. Puratattva 78: 139- 149.


Agrawal, D.P., C. Margabandhu and N.C. Shekhar, 1976, Ancient copper workings: some new 14C dates. Indian Jr. Hist. of Sci 11(2): 133-136.


Agrawal, D.P. and Vibha Tripathi, 1999, Early Indian iron technology, Himalayan contacts and Gangetic urbanization. The Fourth International


Agrawal, O.P., Hari Narayan and S.K. Bhatia,1980-81, Technical studies of iron implements from the megalithic site Takhanhalli. Puratattwa 12: 97-100.


Agrawal O.P., Hari Narayan, Jay Prakash and S.K. Bhatia, 1990, Lamination technique in iron artifacts in ancient India. Journal of Historical Metallurgy Society 24: 12


Agrawal, D. P. and Ghosh, A. (eds.), 1971, The Copper- Bronze Age in India. MunshiramManoharlal, New Delhi.