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Archaeology and Religious Landscapes in India: a Case Study

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Robert Harding

Institute of Archaeology, University of London, GB
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Abstract

Religious and archaeological understandings of topography are usually understood in terms of different spheres of knowledge; where they intersect, it is when one becomes the object of analysis for another. But each is a way of making meaning in the landscape, of relating past and present through identify events with features of this landscape. Each is therefore a cultural activity and product. This is no more clear than when religion and archaeology build upon the work of each other.
Keywords: Hinduism Buddhism religion 
How to Cite: Harding, R., (2003). Archaeology and Religious Landscapes in India: a Case Study. Bulletin of the History of Archaeology. 13(2), pp.4–9. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/bha.13202
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Published on 28 Nov 2003.
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