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Indus pottery in the Oman Peninsula, Windows 20, pages 306-308

Abstract : Contacts with the Indus Civilization are confirmed by a wide range of objects from the second part of the 3rd millennium BC, including ivory combs, metal objects, seals, beads, and weights. However the most abundant item by far is Indus imported pottery, Chemical and petrographical analysis of smaples of pottery from the UAE, the Sultanate of Oman demonstrated the presence of this imported, but replicas made in local clays as well.
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Sophie Méry. Indus pottery in the Oman Peninsula, Windows 20, pages 306-308. Cleuziou, S., & Tosi, M. (2020). In the Shadow of the Ancestors: The Prehistoric Foundations of the Early Arabian Civilization in Oman: Second Expanded Edition (D. Frenez & R. Garba, Eds.; 2nd ed.)., ArchaeoPress, 2016, ISBN 978-1-78969-788-9 ISBN 978-1-78969-789-6 (ebook). ⟨10.2307/j.ctv1dwq0rp⟩. ⟨hal-03414151⟩

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