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Archaeology, History & Environments of the Indus River Basin and Surrounding Regions

Editors: Marc Lebeau Cameron Andrew Petrie
Publishing Manager: Rosie Bonté

Method of peer review
double-blind undertaken by a specialist member of the Board or an external specialist

Accepted Language(s):
English, French, German

Will be completely available as online content


This series engages with archaeology and ancient history of the Indus River Basin and the surrounding areas in western South Asia, comprising the modern countries of Pakistan, India and Afghanistan. The series explores the complexity and diversity of human adaptations and interactions that supported the occupation of the diverse and changing landscapes of this region, and focuses on internal developments and interconnections with surrounding lands linked through both overland and maritime routes. The chronological scope of the series extends from the Palaeolithic through to the end of the late first and early second millennium AD, and allows for interdisciplinary contributions from archaeology and archaeological sciences, ancient history and epigraphy, and heritage. The Editorial Board welcomes both studies of individual sites, as well as synthetic overviews covering smaller or larger parts of the study area, and encourages studies that contribute new data and interpretations regarding the impact of long-distance relations within the western parts of South Asia and the neighbouring regions of South Asia, Central Asia, the Indo-Iranian borderlands and Western Asia.



    Aurore Didier

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