Tuesday, November 24, 2009


Adichanallur is an archaeological armpit abreast Tirunelveli in Tamil Nadu, India. The boondocks is accepted locally as Aathichanallur, and has been the armpit of a cardinal of actual important archeological digs. In 2004, a cardinal of skeletons dating from about 3,800 years ago were begin active in ceramics urns. More than 160 urns accept been found. These urns additionally independent writing, which according to some ASI archaeologists, is "very rudimentary" Tamil Brahmi.

Later a three-tier burying arrangement was apparent in which beforehand ancestors were active in urns at 10 ft abyss and contempo ones aloft them. Soon the habitational armpit of the bodies who were active was additionally discovered.

Analyzing the habitational site, it was accepted that bodies lived in a adherent boondocks and it had a abstracted potters quarters. There was additionally affirmation of automated action and archaeologists anticipate that it was a awash active town. Sherds were additionally begin with writings in Tamil-Brahmi scripts.


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  2. Nice little information about Adichanallur. This is and interesting place to study about ancient Indian culture and history. The skeleton found here was 3800 years old. For more about my research work on Adichanallur you can visit my site indiahistoricalplaces.com