Sequence of Proto-Historic Cultures in Haryana

Daljeet Singh


The proto-historic investigations in the region under review began long back when Sir Alexander Cunningham carried out explorations at the ancient sites of Thanesar (Sthaneshvara) and Sugh (Srughna)1 in the latter half of the nineteenth century. But a systematic archaeological survey of proto-historic sites in the region was initiated by Suraj Bhan in early sixties and more than 225 proto-historic sites (ranging from the pre-Harappan to the Painted Grey Ware period) were plotted on the distribution map2. A number of selected sites viz., Siswal3, Mitathal4, and Daulatpur5 were excavated to determine the stratigraphic position of Proto-historic culture in the area.

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