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Rangpur: Bowl and Sherds

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CollectionsArthur Llewellyn Basham
Title: Rangpur: Bowl and Sherds
Author(s): Archaeological Survey of India
Keywords: India: Protohistory;ceramics;Rangpur;book scan
Series/Report no.: Basham Collection
Description: [Caption for diagram b):] Upper right, bowl with everted rim & carinated shoulder painted with running antelope design, Early IIC, Upper middle, Bowl painted in dip black over red, Animal with "X"-shaped horns and short ears, possibly a bull, Late Period IIC, Lower middle, Bowl with deer motif, Lower left, bowl with stylized antelope design, Lower right, small bowl with antelope figure, hatched with full and half diamonds, Upper left, Bowl painted in light black on red, with running antelope figure, -- a) Lustrous Red ware bowl, Period IIB, b) Lustrous Red ware sherds, Period IIC,
Other Identifiers: ANUA 682-146


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