John Marshall was a famed archaeologist and also the Director General of the Archaeological Survey of India.
Contributions of John Marshall:
a. He announced the discovery of the Harrapan or the Indus valley civilization.
b. He increased exploratory research in Greece and Crete.
c. He keenly observed patterns of daily life.
d. He excavated along horizontal lines.
e. He brought forth 3000-year-old discoveries.
f. He was the first professional archaeologist to work in India.
g. He did extensive research on the Sanchi Stupa.
h. He emphasized the conservation of the Sanchi stupa.
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