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This seemed to coincide with an appreciable decline o f interest in ancient Indian history by European Indologists, except in France. 42 Even if history is based on selected data, the data selected need not be entirely arbitrary. These methods work within the framework o f certain hypotheses. c. D. 1000 Indian society and its institutions must have undergone change; it is the work o f the historian to 22 Ancient Indian Social History study the nature o f this change. 43 This raises the crucial question of periodization in Indian history.
E. Hall (London, 1961), pp. 235 ff. 18. Early History of India (Oxford, 1904) ; Oxford History of India (Oxford 1919). 19. , Oxford, 1924), p. 442. 20. G. Stedman-Jones, ‘The Pathology of English History’, in The New L eft Review, p. 46 (1967). 21. Cunningham was appointed Archaeological Surveyor in 1892. It was, however, not until 1901 that the Archaeological Survey of India received a real boost owing to the interest of the then viceroy, Lord Curzon. 22. The Early History of the Dekkan ([Bom bay], 1894); A Peep into the Early History o f India (Bombay, 1920).
21. Cunningham was appointed Archaeological Surveyor in 1892. It was, however, not until 1901 that the Archaeological Survey of India received a real boost owing to the interest of the then viceroy, Lord Curzon. 22. The Early History of the Dekkan ([Bom bay], 1894); A Peep into the Early History o f India (Bombay, 1920). 23. H. C. Raychaudhuri, The Political History of Ancient India (Calcutta, 1923); K. P. Jayaswal, Hindu Polity (Calcutta, 1924); R. K. Mookerji, Harsha (London, 1926) ; H. C. Ojha, Rajpiitânakâitihäsa (Banaras, 1925-1941).
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