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It is my pleasant duty here to acknowledge my obligation to the Archaeologigal Department of the Government of 4ndia for permission to copy the inscriptions which form the subject matter of harappa-32 sound volume. On this material I am still working. But it is important that i should here state that the study of this new material harappa-32 sound only to fortify most of the conclusions reached in the volume now offered to the public. VIII To Professor Langdon 1 am also indebted for all arrangements incidental to the publication of this volume, as also for reading the proofs.

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Nagpur, India. Hunter has continued his investigations on the early Indus Valley Script, which he began at Oxford, by copy- ing many more harappa-32 sound inscriptions, which were excavated by Mr. Mackay at Mohenjodaro since the material, placed at the disposal of Harappa-32 sound.


Sidney Smith, Mr. Gadd and myself, was available. Hunter has made an intensive study of greater material and has arrived at many valuable harappa-32 sound of classification.

Since Harappa-32 sound John Marshall's book was published, M. There can be no doubt concerning the identity of the indue and Easter island scripts.


Whether we are thus confronted by an astonishing historical accident or whether this ancient Indian script has mysteriously travelled to the remote islands of the Pacific none can say. The age of the Easter Island tablets made of wood harappa-32 sound totally unknown, and all knowledge of their writing has been lost.


This same script has been found on seals precisely similar to the indian seals in various parts of anoient Sumer, at Susa and the border land east of the Tigris. As to progress in the interpretation the way is completely barred by the lack harappa-32 sound any conceivable clue for even a guess at a means of interpretation. Here is a civillsation of whose history nothing has survived. No group of signs gan be suggested as having any definite prow iunciation and identified with any name which can be suggested, The only possible clue which suggests itself to me is that the Sumeriang must have known this script in their intercourse with travellers from Andla who brought the indian meals to Uumer.

Naturally most of the archaic signs preserved and explained on these tablets are peculiar forms of old SuPerian signs, which can be fitted into their place in the history of Cuneiform epigraphy, But a few appear to me to belong definitely to the prehistoric Indus Valley script. V, P1. Palace at Nimnoud, K. All these tablets come from Assyria, but the script used in the explanations of the archaic signs is that used in Babylonia circa B. It is, therefore, entirely possible that the Babylonian epigraphists harappa-32 sound the Indus script.

Vow the scribe harappa-32 sound the signs in order of the well known 4umerian Syllabary A and in CT. V7 Obv. I there is an extraordinary sign entered as the archaic form of aJ, usual meaning negative "not", Sumerian value nu. This is totally unlike any archaic form of 2 and may be the Indus sign 75 or 76 of my sign list, Naturally, if this thesis be true, all the scribe means to say is that the Indian sign means "not"; the phonetic value n cannot be inferred unless tha Harappa-32 sound language is sumer1an. One of these is identical with io.

I do not mean to say that there is any certainty about this suggestion of the survival of Indian signs in the epigraphical texts of these Babylonian scribes. Sumeriap texts of this kind or bilingual Sumerian and indian inscriptiong seem to offer the only possible help to which scholars may have recourse at present; for the Sunerians were the only literary people who knew this only possible help to which scholars may have recourse at present: for the Harappa-32 sound were the only literary people who knew this writing and language when it was still written and spoken.

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Hunter has presented here all the known material. His knowledge of all the existing variants of the signs is unsurpassed and I am glad to have the opportunity of commending his book to scholars as a trustworthy edition of the texts. Langdon, Oxford, uotober 10, The Script of Mohenjodaro and Harappa and its relation to other scripts. Abstract The material for the above work was provided by some harappa-32 sound objeQta unearthed at the abeve-mentioned sites up to FebruaryThese objects were mostly seals, oon- taining on average about 0 signs apiece. A few copper coins were also found, and some slabs of'olay impressed.

There were also at narappa several inoised slabs of steatite whioh appear to have served as receipts. The signs are clearly of harappa-32 sound origin, some readily reoognisable plotures, e. Graphioally the script bears a close re- semblance to ProtoEslanite, and a less close to Sumerian of the Jemdet-Naar and Fara periods, except as regards the anthropomorphous eigne. The latter bear a lose resemblance to Egyptian of the Old and Middle kingdoms. The resemblance to these three scripts seems too lose to be aoeidental, but whether the connection is due to community of descent or borrow- ing cannot yet be determined. These do not always alter the sense or pronunciation b by the addition of one or more short strokes. The latter do modify at least the sound. These strokes are applied on exactly the same principle as in Brahbi, and with the same effect.

Indeed the entire Brahmi 'alphabet' is shown to be derived from the script of Mohenjodaro and Harappa. It is also shown that those scholars were not mistaken who connected Brahmi with the South Semitic and Phoenician scripts. For there is much evidence to sgow tiat these also were derived from the script of uarappa and Mohenjodao which. However, a considerable number of fragments belong to riverine formations, and coastal mangrove species are also present. In both cases, charcoal assemblages provide some evidence of palaeoenvironment, as at present there is no trace of riverine or mangrove formations near the site.

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