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Maritime History of Andhra Pradesh and Prospects for Marine Archaeological Research
(Sarada Publishing House, New Delhi, 2006)
Archaeological, epigraphical, numismatic and other sources confirm that similar to ports in other coastal states of India, the ports of Andhra Pradesh had played a significant role in spreading Indian culture overseas to ...
Maritime archaeology and shipwrecks off Goa
(Kaveri Bk., 2014)
In recent years, maritime archaeological studies have unearthed several of our lost cultural heritages. Many believe that maritime archaeology is a complex and specialized field. Author has penned down his personal experiences ...
Did Romans have direct maritime trade contacts with Odisha on the Eastern Indian littoral?
Kalinga, Utkal, Odra and Orissa are former names of the present state of Odisha with varied geographical boundaries in different periods of history. The exploration and excavations of Manikapatna, Palur, Radhanagar, ...
Ships on hero stones from the west coast of India
(Blackwell Synergy, 2006)
Hero stones have been erected since early times to remember those who died in battle, and have been reported from various provinces of India. Most show land-battles, but those in the Archaeological Museum, Goa (India) and ...
Chaul: A declining port of Konkan
(Society for Marine Archaeology, Goa, 1992)
Sunken ships and a long-lost port
(Goa Publications, 2008)
Considering that our region’s long seafaring history goes back 2,000 years and more, with a brisk trade being carried on with Arabia, Africa, Rome, West Asia, and later with Portugal, it is safe to assume that hundreds of ...
Depiction of Jagannath temple of Puri on the Portuguese paper currency
(PG Dept. of History, Berhampur University, Orissa, India, 2003)
Before the introduction of metal and paper currency the medium of exchange was barter system. Over the centuries numerous types and designs of coins in various metals were issued by the rulers and kings. Paper currency was ...
The coins of Tranquebar- Poompuhar Coast, Tamilnadu
(Goa: National Institute of Oceanography, 1994)
Exploration and excavation of shipwrecks in Goa waters - Preliminary results
(Geological Survey of India, 2001)
Maritime trade contacts of Odisha, east coast of India with the Roman world: An appraisal
(Manohar publishers, New Delhi; India, 2015)
The present state of Odisha (previously known as Kalinga, Utkal,Odra and Orissa) lies on the east coast of India, and is known forits maritime contacts with the Roman world since the early histori-cal period, if not earlier. ...