History Books and Beyond

In the 1850s when the British ruled India they found a stone seal near Harappa; it had some curious carvings and was apparently very old. By 1906, three more of these seals arrived at the British Museum and nobody was sure what exactly they were for or when they’d been made. By this time, they had caught the attention of the Director General of the Archaeological Survey of India and he ordered an excavation of the ruins at Harappa. What the British found there led to the rewriting of world history. It is curiously intertwined this world history:...

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