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The Foote collection of Indian prehistoric and protohistoric antiquities

cataloge raisonnʹe

by Madras. Government Museum

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Published by Printed by the Superintendent, Govt. Press in Madras .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Collections,
  • Archaeology,
  • Antiquities

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Robert Bruce Foote
    ContributionsFoote, Robert Bruce, 1834-1912
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii,262 p.
    Number of Pages262
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25658491M
    OCLC/WorldCa83752367, 115650

    ) ; " The Foote Collection of Indian Prehistoric and Protohistoric Antiquities " by R. Bruce-Foote (Govt. Mus., Madras ; " Catalogue Raisonne ", and " Notes on their Ages and Distribution ", ); " Catalogue of Prehistoric Antiquities from Adichanallur and Perumbair" by Alexander Rea (Govt. Mus., Madras, ). The Foote Collection of Indian Prehistoric and Protohistoric Antiquities. [Volume II]: Notes on their Ages and Distribution. Mandras, Government Press, With the pencilled ownership signature of anthropologist Graeme Pretty and his acquisition details (dated ). Volume 2 of a 2 Volume set. More.

    After his first discovery, Foote describes in ‘The Foote Collection of Indian Prehistoric and Prohistoric Antiquities’, the exciting moment that changed his life: "The news of the remarkable.   The Foote collection of: Indian prehistoric and protohistoric antiquities: notes on their ages and distribution. Madras: Madras Government Museum. Fuller, D.Q. Cited by:

    Over years of research into Indian prehistory has resulted in a wealth of information, based primarily on the analysis of lithic artefacts. R.B. Foote was, perhaps, the first in India to prepare a catalogue of prehistoric artefacts, forming part of his research, and to facilitate their proper storage (Foote ).   Human colonization in India encompasses a span of at least half-a-million years and is divided into two broad periods, namely the prehistoric (before the emergence of writing) and the historic (after writing). The prehistoric period is divided into stone, bronze and iron ages. The stone age is further divided into palaeolithic, mesolithic and neolithic by:


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Madras: Government Museum. Bruce Foote () integrated geological and pre-historic expeditions over a period of 40 years in various parts of southern and western India.

In fact, the Foote collection of antiquities were all sold to the Madras Government Museum in and is a valuable treasure. This includes the Saganakal collection. Robert Bruce Foote was a scientist with an open, logical, inquisitive mind with knowledge in a variety of subjects.

One can easily realize this if one reads his writings, especially a book. Digital Rare Book: Ancient India, B.C.- A.D. By Romesh Chunder Dutt () Digital Rare Book: Indian Prehistoric And Protohistoric Antiquities By Robert Bruce Foote Printed by The Superintendent, Government Press, Madras - Read Book Online.

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Digital Rare Book: Indian Prehistoric And Protohistoric Antiquities By Robert Bruce Foote Printed by The Superintendent, Government Press, Madras - Digital Rare Book: India under British rule from the foundation of the East India Company By James Talboys Wheeler ().

Bruce Foote () integrated geological and pre-historic expeditions over a period of 40 years in various parts of southern and western India. In fact, the Foote collection of antiquities were all sold to the Madras Government Museum in and is a valuable treasure. This includes the Saganakal collection also.

famous book The Foote Collection of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Antiquities, Notes on Their Ages anu Distribution ' published posthumously in The whole story started with the discovery made jointly by Foote and King of in situ stone artifacts in the sediments of the Ãttrambakkam nullah in September Foote's own impression was.

Madras Government Museum The Foote Collection of Indian Prehistoric and Protohistoric Antiquities Notes on their Ages and Distribution W. F., P. Abstract. Not Available. Publication: Nature. Pub Date: June DOI: /a0 Bibcode. His book, The Foote Collection of Indian Prehistoric and Protohistoric Antiquities, catalogues, with detailed notes and descriptions, thousands of prehistoric artefacts found by him.

In Author: Vinita Govindarajan. The Foote collection of Indian prehistoric and protohistoric antiquities By India) Government Museum (Madras and Robert Bruce Foote. Abstract. Mode of. The Museum has published Foote’s catalogues of his collection of Indian prehistoric and protohistoric antiquities.

Foote was born in England in and died in December in Kolkata. He lies Author: T. Subramanian. The Foote collection of Indian prehistoric and protohistoric antiquities. Krishnamurthy K. () Gondwanaland in Ancient Indian Literature. In: Sears M., Merriman D. (eds) Oceanography: The Past.

Publisher Name Springer, New York, NY; Print ISBN ; Online ISBN ; eBook Packages Springer Book Archive; Buy Author: K. Krishnamurthy. The Foote collection of Indian prehistoric and protohistoric antiquities. Description: xv, pages, 35 unnumbered leaves of plates: illustrations ; 23 cm: Responsibility: Robert Bruce Foote.

PAPPU SHANTI () Prehistoric Antiquities and Personal Lives: The Untold Story of Robert Bruce Foote. In: Man and Environment XXXIII(1): pp. () Indian Society for Prehistoric and. Lower Paleolithic research began in India inwhen geologist Robert Bruce Foote () discovered a cleaver in a laterite pit at Pallavaram—a suburb of the city of Madras.

In the next four decades Foote himself as well as a number of other geologists and civil servants made discoveries of Lower Paleolithic artifacts and sometimes also of Cited by: (2) R.B. Foote, The Foote Collection of Indian Prehistoric and Protohistoric Antiquities.

Notes on Their Ages and Distribution, Madras,p. V. (3) The implement concerned was a handaxe, recently illustrated in AI,(4) Ibid., pp. The Foote Collection of Indian Prehistoric and Protohistoric Antiquities, and Notes on their Ages and Distribution (Madras: Government Museum, ), p.

A. d'Archiac, Histoire des Progress de la Geologie de à (Paris: Ministere de l'instruction publique, Society Geologie de France, ), p.

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