At the suggestion of Sir John Marshall I am publishing Mr. Ross’s paper on. “The Numeral-signs of the Mohenjo-Daro Script”. The gist of the article is that it is unlikely that the base-language of the Indus Script is the parent language of any of the non-Indo-European language-groups of India (Dravidian, Munda, Burushaski), but that it might be Primitive Indonesian. His researches in this connection appear to be scientific and a definite step in the right direction towards the interpretation of the signs.
|The "Numerical-Signs" of the Mohenjo-Daro Script||1|
|Plate I.- Numeral and other signs of the Mohenjo-Daro Script|
|Plate II.- Signs with long vertical strokes in the Mohenjo-Daro Script|
|Tables I and II||23|
Item Code: NAL692 Author: Alan S. C. Ross Cover: Hardcover Edition: 1999 Publisher: Archaeological Survey of India Language: English Size: 11.0 inch X 8.5 inch Pages: 34 (2 B/W Plates) Other Details: Weight of the Book: 395 gms