John Marshall

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United States jurist


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Sir John Marshall, the Director-General of the Archaeological Survey of India from 1902 to 1928, began the excavations at Taxila that continued for the next twenty years.
Excavation teams led by Sir John Marshall, the director general of the Archaeological Survey of India, and his successors, scraped away thousands of years of mud to uncover an almost perfectly planned city, and evidence of how its inhabitants lived.
IN THE archaeological folklore of the subcontinent, the name of Sir John Marshall is etched in stone.
IN THESE WORDS Sir John Marshall, the British Director-General (1902-28) of the colonial Archaeological Survey of India, chose to announce the discovery of 'the prehistoric civilization of the Indus Valley' in The Illustrated London News (September 24th, 1924).
Lord Curzon, Viceroy from 1899, appointed the 26-year-old Sir John Marshall as first director-general of the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI).