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Lithic industries in India

K. C. Tripathy

Lithic industries in India

a study of south-western Orissa

by K. C. Tripathy

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Published by Leeladevi Publications in Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Orissa (India),
  • India,
  • Orissa.
    • Subjects:
    • Stone age -- India -- Orissa.,
    • Orissa (India) -- Antiquities.,
    • India -- Antiquities.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementK.C. Tripathy.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGN776.32.I4 T74 1980
      The Physical Object
      Pagination187 p. :
      Number of Pages187
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4248125M
      LC Control Number80904571

        MEGALITHIC CULTURES Defining Megalith: The term ‘megalith’ is derived from Greek ‘megas’, which means great and ‘lithos’ meaning stone. So, ‘megaliths’ refer to the monuments built of large stones. But all monuments constructed of big stones are not megaliths. The term has a restricted usage and is applied only to a particular class of monuments or. Following were the important sites in southern India − Kodekal, Utnur, Nagatjunikonda, and Palavoy in Andhra Pradesh; Tekkalkolta, Maski, Narsipur, Sangankallu, Hallur, and Brahmagiri in Karnataka. Paiyampalli in Tamil Nadu. The Neolithic Age of southern India is dated between 2, and B.C. It is divided into three phases as −.

        Abstract. The origins of the South Asian microlithic is hotly debated, with introduction by colonizing Homo sapiens or local adaptive response to climate change, contributing the two main competing models. Here we review the lithic evidence from two regions (the Jurreru Valley and the Middle Son Valley) where well-dated sites spanning ka Cited by: 6. National Portal of India is a Mission Mode Project under the National E-Governance Plan, designed and developed by National Informatics Centre (NIC), Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology, Government of India. It has been developed with an objective to enable a single window access to information and services being provided by the various Indian .

      In the sequence of cultural stages first proposed for the archaeology of the Americas by Gordon Willey and Philip Phillips in , the Lithic stage was the earliest period of human occupation in the Americas, as post-glacial hunters and collectors spread through the Americas. The stage derived its name from the first appearance of Lithic flaked stone g: India. Therefore, the micro-lithic flint industry of India may be considered as contemporaneous with those of early post-glacial date in Europe and Near East or even they may be of a later date. The Upper Paleolithic blade industries of Europe must be ancestral to Indian microliths.


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Lithic industries in India by K. C. Tripathy Download PDF EPUB FB2

Lithic industries with Palaeolithic elements in Northeast India. Lithic assemblage variability is synthesized and discussed for seven open sites and one rockshelter from the Jurreru Valley in the Kurnool district of southern India.

The sites span the last c, years and provide an invaluable record of cultural. Lithic industries with Palaeolithic elements in Northeast India. Northeast India is one of the poorly documented areas archaeologically and hardly is considered in the discussions on Indian Author: Manjil Hazarika.

The lithic industries on the fossiliferous outcrops of the Late Pliocene Masol Formation, Siwalik Frontal Range, north-western India (Punjab). Lithic assemblage variability is synthesized and discussed for seven open sites and one rockshelter from the Jurreru Valley in the Kurnool district of southern India.

The sites span the last c, years and provide an invaluable record of cultural change spanning the Toba Super-eruption, 74 thousand years ago (ka), as well as the transition Cited by: blfaee industry which predominantly include the handaxe on core, is characterised by a great variety of foams and several stages of handaxe development are distinguishable.

Besides the east coast similar blfaee and cleaver industries 1. Sen, D.» "Lover Palaeolithic Cultural- Complex And Chronology in India", Eastern Size: 2MB.

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The study examines this process in relation to Rajagriha and Varanasi (important nodal centres of the respective Mahajanapadas named Magadha and Kashi). Lithic industries from the Garo Hills.

Sharma () in his field explorations in the Rongram and Simsang river valleys of the Garo Hills located several Stone Age sites at Rongram Alagiri, Chitra Abri, Selbalgiri, Michimagiri, Watri Abri, Waramgiri, Chibragiri and Rombhagiri in an undulating area of – m asl.

A trial trench at the site of Selbalgiri, located on a terrace of Cited by: 6. With Alexander in India and Central Asia: Moving East and Back to West 1st Edition His research interests are wide-ranging from the palaeolithic to the Neolithic with a special interest in lithic technology, prehistoric and environmental archaeology, and techniques of radiometric dating and he has many years of experience excavating in in 5/5(2).

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My library. Indian lithic technology prior to BP Toba super-eruption: Searching for an early modern human signature Article (PDF Available) January. The lithic industries on the fossiliferous outcrops of the Late Pliocene Masol Formation, Siwalik Frontal Range, northwestern India (Punjab) Les industries lithiques sur les affleurements fossilifères fin Pliocène de la formation de Masol, chaîne frontale des Siwaliks, Nord-Ouest de l’Inde (Pendjab)Cited by: The Indian electronics industry saw growth in the early years of the 21st century, encouraged both by government policies and incentives and by international investment.

Its key and most resource-intensive segment, the semiconductor industry benefitted from domestic demand growing briskly. Semiconductors were required by a large number of industries, including. In the archaeology of the Stone Age, an industry or technocomplex is a typological classification of stone tools.

An industry consists of a number of lithic assemblages, typically including a range of different types of tools, that are grouped together on the basis of shared technological or morphological characteristics.

For example, the Acheulean industry includes hand-axes. “The lithic industry from Dhaba strongly resembles stone tool assemblages from the African Middle Stone Age (MSA) and Arabia, and the earliest artefacts from Australia, suggesting that it is likely Author: Shubashree Desikan.

A microlith is a small stone tool usually made of flint or chert and typically a centimetre or so in length and half a centimetre wide. They were made by humans from aro to 3, years ago, across Europe, Africa, Asia and microliths were used in spear points and arrowheads.

Microliths are produced from either a small blade or a larger blade-like piece of .1. Introduction. Point technologies form a key component of Middle Palaeolithic and Middle Stone Age industries in Africa and the Levant (e.g.

McBrearty and Brooks,Tryon and Faith,Groucutt,Scerri et al., a, Groucutt et al., ).As a category of lithic artefact, ‘points’ are rather diverse and may be the product of either debitage or façonnage strategies Cited by: The early human settlement in India is contemporary to the Asian countries, but it is of the later period than that in the African region.

Palaeolithic Cultures. Based on tool technology, the Palaeolithic Age in India is divided into the following three phases − Lower Palaeolithic Hand-axe and cleaver industries.