Aspects of Ancient Indian Numismatics by Prashant Srivastava

By Prashant Srivastava

Это первое подробное исследование совместных монет (упоминающих нескольких правителей одновременно), памятных медальонов и победных медалей античной Индии, которые являются более важными историческими источниками, чем обычные выпуски. Сканы предоставлены камрадом

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Sora, and O. Ciferri. 1999. The microbial degradation of silk: a laboratory investigation. Int. Biodeterior. Biodegrad. 42:203–211. 55. Strzelczyk, A. B. 1981. Paintings and sculptures, p. 203–234. In A. H. ), Microbial deterioration. Academic Press, London, United Kingdom. 56. Tiano, P. 1993. Biodeterioration of stone monuments: a critical review, p. 301–321. In K. L. Garg, N. Garg, and K. G. ), Recent advances in biodeterioration and biodegradation, vol. I. Naya Prokash, Calcutta, India. 57. , and G.

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I am grateful to many colleagues for supplying reprints of papers and to Maria Gravagna for constant and generous help in the bibliographic search for and in the preparation of the manuscript. REFERENCES 1. Agrawal, O. , S. Dhawan, K. L. Garg, F. Shaheen, N. Pathak, and A. Misra. 1988. Study of biodeterioration of the Ajanta wall paintings. Int. Biodeterior. 24:121–129. 2. Agrawal, O. , S. Dhawan, and K. L. Garg. 1989. Microbial deterioration of paintings—a review, p. 1–51. Intach Conservation Centre, Lucknow, India.

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