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Nature volume 113, page 672 (10 May 1924) | Download Citation



THE Indian Antiquary was founded in 1872 by Dr. James Burgess, who acted as editor until it was taken over in 1885 by Dr. J. F. Fleet and Sir (then Captain) Richard C. Temple. The latter has thus been editor for more than thirty-seven years. The completion of the fiftieth year of issue in 1921 has been marked by the publication of an index of the whole compiled by Miss L. M. Anstey, to whom the thanks of all students of things Indian are due. The Indian Antiquary has covered a wide field, and this index will prove invaluable to future research in the epigraphy, history, and anthropology of India.

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