|SITE MAP Home Indian Lexicon Corpus of Inscriptions Artefacts Decipherment|
|Many texts appear more than once; these are arranged in five groups by final signs. Some texts in group III also appear on moulded tablets. Parpola, 1994, p. 120.|
|Analysis of clay tags with seal impressions at a burnt-down warehouse in Lothal; of the 77 tags, 21 bear 2, 3 or 4 seal impressions; nine seal texts can be read on 14 of these 21 tags which share seal impressions. Parpola, 1994, p. 114.|
|Analysis of obverse and reverse
sides of copper tablets in 46 groups, from Mohenjodaro; the number in the upper right hand
corner indicates number of identical tablets found. 34 square tablets (2.66x2.65x0.35cm);
144 rectangular tablets (3.38x2.65x.35cm) and 39 long and narrow, rectangular tablets
(3.3x2.4x.3cm). Frames of tablets in thicker lines are cross-linked to other groups
identified in bold face in the lower right hand corner. Paropola, 1994, pp. 113-4.
We will analyze this problem further and present a plausible decipherment of the inscriptions on the copper tablets.
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