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Archaeological Survey of India

Archaeological Survey of India

Survey Archaeology and the Rural Landscape of the Greek City

Underwater Survey and Acoustic Detection and Characterization of Archaeological Materials

Archaeological Survey of Two Civil War Battlefields in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia

The RIEC Archaeological and Anthropological Surveys at the Site of Dayr al-Banat

Effects of antenna orientation on 3-D ground penetrating radar surveys: an archaeological perspective

Woodland vegetation and its implications for archaeological survey using LiDAR

STEIN, Aurel (1862 - 1943), Officer on special duty, Indian Archæological Survey (retired 1929)

Integrated light chemical tagging analyses of seven M31 outer halo globular clusters from the Pan-Andromeda Archaeological Survey

TAYLOR, Christopher Charles (born 1935), Head, Archaeological Survey, Royal Commission on Historical Monuments, 1985–93, retired

Nazirites in Late Second Temple Judaism: A Survey of Ancient Jewish Writings, the New Testament, Archaeological Evidence, and Other Writings from Late Antiquity. By Stuart Chepey.

WICKREMASINGHE, N. Don Martino de Zilva (1865 - 1937), late Reader in Tamil and Telugu in the University of London; Lecturer in Sinhalese and Indian Palæography and Epigraphy at the London School of Oriental Studies; late Epigraphist to the Ceylon Government Archæological Survey

COOMARASWAMY, Ananda K. (1877 - 1947), Fellow for Research in India, Persian and Muthammadan Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Mass; Fellow of University College, London; Vice-President, India Society, London; Hon. Correspondent, Archæological Survey of India, Vrienden der aziatische Kunst, The Hague, Gesellschaft für Asiatische Kunst, Berlin, Coïmbra Institute, Hon. Member, Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute, Poona, etc


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A systematic attempt to locate, identify, and record the distribution, structure, and form of archaeological sites on the ground and in relation to their natural geographic and environmental setting.

Subjects: Religion.

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