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Terracotta dice  India 2500 - 1900 BC  Gaming with dice has always been popular in India. This Indus cubical die is unusual in that its opposite sides add up to seven as in modern dice.

Terracotta dice from the indus valley.india - 1000 BC - I seem to remember there was game of dice in one of the ancient Indian traditional stories - The Ramayana, I think.

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The most popular terracotta product used in India since 18th century. History of terracotta tiles in India, started in 1860, when a German missionary Plebot set up first tile manufacturing plant in...

The most popular terracotta product used in India since century. History of terracotta tiles in India, started in when a German missionary Plebot set up first tile manufacturing plant in.

Marie's Pastiche: Ancient China: The First Emperor Qin & His Terracotta Warriors (With book reviews and activity)

Photo Credit: Julie Laurent The Terracotta Army is a life size clay recreation of the Emperor Qin& army, created to protect him and hi.

Ancient History India -                                                              Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Shiva as Bhairava

Ancient History India - Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Shiva as Bhairava

Indus Valley Civilization Terracotta Fertility Goddess. Pakistan/Western India. 3500-2500 BC. H. 11,4 cm. Harappan style

Indus Valley Civilization Terracotta Fertility Goddess. Pakistan/Western India. 3500-2500 BC. H. 11,4 cm. Harappan style

#Badami #Chalukya #Karnataka #India #Sculpture #Temple #Mythology

#Badami #Chalukya #Karnataka #India #Sculpture #Temple #Mythology

The Terracotta artworks on the pillars and facade of Shyamrai Temple or Panchchura Temple, Bishnupur,, West Bengal, India.  Boshnupur is known as the " Temple city " of Bengal for its ancient architectural marvels.  For the history and detaols feature of Shyamrai temple and Radhashyam temple, click http://sumitphoto.blogspot.in/2015/12/the-temples-and-architechtural-marvels.html

The Terracotta artworks on the pillars and facade of Shyamrai Temple or Panchchura Temple, Bishnupur,, West Bengal, India. Boshnupur is known as the " Temple city " of Bengal for its ancient architectural marvels. For the history and detaols feature of Shyamrai temple and Radhashyam temple, click http://sumitphoto.blogspot.in/2015/12/the-temples-and-architechtural-marvels.html

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