Match the following: Column-I (Archeologists) Column-II (Contribution) (A) S.N. Roy (i) The Mythical Massacreat Mohenjodaro (B) G.F. Dales - History

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Match the Columns

Match the following:

  Column-I
(Archeologists)
  Column-II
(Contribution)
(A) S.N. Roy (i) The Mythical Massacre
at Mohenjodaro
(B) G.F. Dales (ii) Ancient India
(C) R.E.M. Wheeler (ii) The Story of Indian
Archaeology
(D) John Marshall (iii) Mohenjodaro and
the Indus

Options

  • A - iii, B - i, C - ii, D - iv

  • A - ii, B - iv, C - i, D - ii

  • A - i, B - ii, C - iii, D - iv

  • A - i, B - ii, C - iv, D - iii

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Solution

A - iii, B - i, C - ii, D - iv

Explanation: 

The Story of the Indian Archaeology is a book written by S.N. Roy. G.F. Dales wrote The Mythical Massacre at Mohenjodaro. The author of Ancient India is R.E.M. Wheeler. The Indus and Mohenjo-daro were written by John Marshall.

Concept: Discovering the Harappan Civilisation
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2022-2023 (March) Delhi Set 1

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