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PACIFIC WORLD: Dedicated to Rabindranath Tagore 257 — 574 Australasia, Malaysia, The Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Polynesia, Indo-China, China, Japan, Pre-history and Proto-history of Asia. ART AND ARCHAEOLOGY ABROAD : 576-686 Dedicated to Dr. Then the great Syrian hero Salah el Din (Saladin of Scott’s Talisman) and his successors of the Ayyubit dynasty (1171-125 0) built many citadels and mosques which reached their best developments under the two Mamaluke dynasties (1250-1517).
Moolcerjee - France, Middle East, Greece, Italy, U. The work was continued under the Tulunid dynasty (S6S-904) and the Tatunid dynasty (969-1171).
SOUTH-EAST ASIA : Dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi 687 — 778 Ceylon, Burma, Malaya, Indo-China, Indonesia, Australasia, Antarctica, Japan, Soviet East, New China. C.) as well as to his half brother Magas of Cyrenaica and to Antiochos Soter of Syria. C.l The Philistines also mace iron their monopoly for it gave the most effective weapon which (as in the case of the Dorian invaders of Greece) made short work oi the softer bronre weapons. 1 then came tfing David, author of the Psalms (950 B. Without risking any imaginary comparison between the Hellenic and the Hindu Epics, we may safely affirm today, that in both we find ample evidences of the parallel growth of the late Brozne and early Iron age culture, from the Indian Ocean to the Eastern Mediterranean basin. With the collapse of the Hyksos, Egypt again dominated over Palestine ; and Cannanite art, in Syria and Phoenicia, is thus found strongly influenced by Egyptian models e.
We should remember here that our Emperor Asoka the Great, sent his ambassador to Plolcmy of Philadclphos ( 285- 246 B. when the Kirdtes used iron as their monopoly product (1400-1200 B. We should try to verify these findings with reference to our late Indus cultures and middle Vedic texts.
PACIFIC WORLD : Dedicated to Rabindranath Tagore 257—574 Australasia, Malaysia, The Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Polynesia, Indo-China, China, Japan, Pre-history and Proto-history of Asia. ART AND ARCHAEOLOGY ABROAD : 576-686 Dedicated to Dr. ANCIENT ANNALS From the very modern history of Egypt, my memory delved deep into its very ancient annals not written on papers or papyrus, but'on tools of the early metal age or even of the pre-metal stone ages. We have the satisfaction, this year (1949) to felicitate the members of the XXI International Congress of Orientalists in Paris, on MIDDLE EAST 227 very ancient Mediterranean culture with those of Palestine, Egypt, Iraq and Iran. C.) have now — luckily through the expert aid of Archaeology — been filled up by proto-Aryan or quasi Indo-European folks like the Hyksos, Kassite, Mitannis and Hittites of Western Asia. 779—784 785—792 CONCLUSION : INDEX : PLATES : 35 illustrations ( one tri-colour ) 1-19 Published by Dr. i Asian Relations Organisation : Plan and Functions, Cultural, Problems of Asia, Encyclopaedia Asiana : India in Asian history and culture. A century and a half have elapsed since then unfolding so many branches of Orientalism, as I recorded while editing the Volume on the Bi-centenary of Sir William Jones (Royal Asiatic Society of Bengal, 1746-1946) : “Napoleon rendered an unconscious service to Orientalism by taking with him, on his expedition to Egypt, some of the leading scientists and savants ; and they brought to Europe the famous Rosetta Stone .... Champollion (1790-1832) to decipher fully the hieroglyphs. I Asian Relations Organisation : Plan and Functions, Cultural, Problems of Asia, Encyclopaedia Asiana : India in Asian history and culture. But we know now that the latest discoveries of the Natufian and other cultures, found in the desert, take us centuries beyond the dynastic civilisation of Egypt ( 4 millennium B. Man is now known to have existed in the Nile Valley in the remote stone ages and in the Mesolithic epochs, as attested byithe stone tools of the Natufian the Sabelian and Badarian cultures, growing out of the fusion of African and Asian influences. Malaya, India, Indo-China, Israel, Iran, Egypt, USSR etc. I remember my visits from 1920 to 1936 and I marvelled, at the colossal capacity of the ancient Egyptians, to erect monuments which almost defy death.