History of the Tamils: From the Earliest Times to 600 A.D.

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Asian Educational Services, 2001 - History - 635 pages
 

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Contents

Agam Aganānūru 14 l 11 181
xxii
Agam Aganānārū 310 1 10 187
xxiv
Do 73 1 25 522
xxxix
Bo 263 l 15 275
xlvii
CHAP PAGE
xlviii
The geographical basis of the ancient culture
1
in Foreign trade in early times
36
IT Rama and South India c 2000 B C
44
The first intrusion of Sanskrit culture
207
The Three Tamil Šangams
225
The first halfmillennium A D Life
253
In the littoral tracts
259
Foreign trade in the first half millen
301
Trade in mineral products
307
Roman military engines in South India
313
Roman trade after the death of Nero
320

T The culture of the Tamils during II Millen
63
TheBharata battle
85
11 Foreign trade in the II Millennium B C
96
111 The Rise of the Agamau
103
North India and South India 1000 B C
116
Varnas
122
Foreign trade 1 000500 B C
129
North and South India 5001 B C
135
XII Earliest Tamil poetry extant
149
Life of the Tamil people 500 B C to 1 B C
162
Do 321
164
Do 387
166
Agam AgananSru 11911 59 264
187
Foreign trade from 600 B C to 14 A D
192
Karikāl
334
Pallava? by E E Subrahmania Iyer
383
Sola kings after Karikal
406
Pandiya Kings
436
XX1Y Aryan ideas in Agam and Puram
463
XXY Sera Kings
487
2XYI The Eclipse of the early dynasties
527
37
537
JCXirill The Kali collection one Hundred
565
Remaining Literature of the age before
583
The Indebtedness of the Rural to Sanskrit
589
The Silappadigaram
596
Need for further investigation
602
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