By Shinu Anna Abraham, Praveena Gullapalli, Teresa P Raczek, Uzma Z Rizvi

This compilation of unique learn articles spotlight the $64000 cross-regional, cross-chronological, and comparative techniques to political and financial landscapes in historic South Asia and its associates. targeting the Indus Valley interval and Iron Age India, this quantity accommodates new examine in South Asia in the broader universe of archaeological scholarship. Contributions specialise in 4 significant issues: reinterpreting fabric tradition; deciding on domain names and local barriers; articulating complexity; and modeling interregional interplay. those reviews improve theoretical types that could be acceptable researchers learning cultural complexity in other places within the world.

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