Memorandum on Clay Discs Called "Spindle Whorls" and Votive Seals Found at Sankisa, Behar, and Other Buddhist Ruins in the North Western Provinces of (Hardcover)

Memorandum on Clay Discs Called

Memorandum on Clay Discs Called "Spindle Whorls" and Votive Seals Found at Sankisa, Behar, and Other Buddhist Ruins in the North Western Provinces of (Hardcover)

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Memorandum on Clay Discs called Spindle Whorls and Votive Seals Found at Sankisa, Behar, and Other Buddhist Ruins in the North Western Provinces of India is a detailed study of ancient Buddhist artifacts found in India. The book explores the significance and meaning of the spindle whorls and votive seals, shedding light on the religious and cultural practices of ancient India. Written by J.H. Rivett-Carnac, this book is an excellent resource for scholars and enthusiasts of Indian art and archaeology.

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Product Details ISBN: 9781020781025
ISBN-10: 1020781025
Publisher: Legare Street Press
Publication Date: July 18th, 2023
Pages: 28
Language: English