Epigraphia

See discussion on a seal impression at Failaka (with 'eagle' motif).  Eric Olijdam, 2008, A possible central Asian origin for the seal-impressed jar from the 'Temple Tower' at Failaka, in: E. Olijdam & RH Spoor (eds.), Intercultural relations between south and southwest Asia, Studies in commemoration of ECL During Caspers (1934-1996), BAR International Series 1826 (2008): 268-287.
Indus 'elephant' seal from Gonur Tepe
Indus tyle seal from Gonur Tepe in Central Asia  comparable to an 'eagle seal' from Harappa (after Masson 1988, Vats 1941)
Miller, D.1985. Ideology and the Harappan Civilization. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, Vol.4 (1), pp. 34-71.Academic Press, Inc
Miller, D.1985. Ideology and the Harappan Civilization. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, Vol.4 (1), pp. 34-71.Academic Press, Inc Source

Epigraphica Sarasvati has 3660 images/objects with Sarasvati hieroglyphs (Indus script inscriptions) decoded, read rebus as mlecchita vikalpa: Repertoire of smithy/mint -- minerals, metals, alloys, furnaces

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