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2016

Manuscripts of Jaiminiya Samaveda traced and photographed in 2002-2006

Fujii, M. & Parpola, A., 2016, Vedic Investigations. Parpola, A. & Koskikallio, P. (eds.). New Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, p. 127-162 36 p. (Papers of the 12th World Sanskrit Conference; vol. 1).

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References to ritual authorities and Vedic schools in the Jaiminiya-Srautasutra and its commentary, collected and evaluated

Parpola, A., 2016, Vedic Sakhas: Past, Present, Future. Proceedings of the Fifth International Vedic Workshop,Bucharest 2011. Houben, J. E. M., Rotaru, J. & Witzel, M. (eds.). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University, Department of Sanskrit and Indian Studies, p. 665-689 24 p. (Harvard Oriental Series. Opera Minora 9.).

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The Closing Address of the 12th World sanskrit Conference

Parpola, A., 2016, Vedic Investigations. Parpola, A. & Koskikallio, P. (eds.). New Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, p. 379-382 4 p. (Papers of the 12th World Sanskrit Conference; vol. 1).

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2013

Gregory Louis Possehl (1941-2011)

Shinde, V. & Parpola, A., 2013, South Asian Archaeology 2007: Proceedings of the 19th International Conference of the European Association of South Asian Archaeology, Ravenna, Italy, 2-6 July 2007. Frenez, D. & Tosi, M. (eds.). Oxford: Archaeopress, Vol. Volume 1: Prehistoric periods. p. 15-23 9 p. (BAR [British Archaeological Reports] International series; vol. 2454).

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2009

The face urns of Gandhâra and the Nâsatya cult

Parpola, A., 2009, Migration, trade, and peoples: Part 3: Aryans and nomads. Willis, M. (ed.). The British Association for South Asian Studies, The British Academy, London, p. 149-162 14 p. (European Association of South Asian Archaeologists, Proceedings of the Eighteenth Congress, London, 2005).

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2008

On Harappan and early Iranian religion in the light of iconographic evidence

Parpola, A., 2008, Cultural relations between the Indus and the Iranian plateau during the third millennium BCE. Kyoto: Indus Project, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, p. 25-30 6 p.

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Proto-Indo-European speakers of the Late Tripolye culture as the inventors of wheeled vehicles: Linguistic and archaeological considerations of the PIE homeland problem

Parpola, A., 2008, Proceedings of the 19th annual UCLA Indo-European conference. Jones-Bley, K., Huld, M. E., Della Volpe, A. & Dexter, M. R. (eds.). Washington, D. C.: Institute for the Study of Man, p. 1-59 59 p. (Journal of Indo-European Studies Monograph; no. 54).

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2006

A new Indus seal excavated at Gonur (Turkmenistan) in November 2004

Parpola, A., 2006, Proceedings of the pre-symposium of RIHN and 7th ESCA Harvard-Kyoto roundtable. Osada, T. (ed.). Kyoto: Indus Project, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, p. 53-57 5 p.

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2005

Administrative contact and acculturation between Harappans and Bactrians: Evidence of sealings and seals

Parpola, A., 2005, South Asian Archaeology 2001. Jarrige, C. & Lefèvre, V. (eds.). Paris: Éditions Recherche sur les Civilisations, Vol. Vol. I: Prehistory. p. 267-274 8 p.

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2004

From archaeology to a stratigraphy of Vedic syncretism: The banyan tree and the water buffalo as Harappan-Dravidian symbols of royalty, inherited in succession by Yama, Varuṇa and Indra, divine kings of the first three layers of Aryan speakers in South Asia.

Parpola, A., 2004, The Vedas: Texts, language and ritual.: Proceedings of the 3rd International Vedic Workshop, Leiden, 30 May to 2 June 2002.. Griffiths, A. & Houben, J. E. M. (eds.). Groningen: Egbert Forsten, p. 479-515 37 p. (Groningen Oriental Studies; vol. 20).

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