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English: Sources:
  • Schwartzberg, J. E. (1992), A Historical Atlas of South Asia: University of Oxford Press
  • Staal, F. (2008), Discovering the Vedas: Origins, Mantras, Rituals, Insights, New York: Penguin, ISBN 9780143099864 (p. 347, fig. 2)
  • Witzel, M. (1987) “On the localisation of Vedic texts and schools (Materials on Vedic Śākhās, 7)” in G. Pollet (ed.), India and the Ancient world. History, Trade and Culture before A.D. 650. P.H.L. Eggermont Jubilee Volume. Leuven.
  • Witzel, M. (1999) “Aryan and non-Aryan Names in Vedic India . Data for the linguistic situation, c. 1900- 500 B.C.” in J. Bronkhorst & M. Deshpande (eds.), Aryans and Non-Non-Aryans, Evidence, Interpretation and Ideology, Cambridge: Harvard Oriental Series, Opera Minora 3
  • Background from http://www2.demis.nl/mapserver/mapper.asp
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  • Update: Labeled Asandivat and Mithila, as per the identifications with modern Assandh and Janakpur, respectively, in H.C. Raychaudhuri (1972), Political History of Ancient India: From the Accession of Parikshit to the Extinction of the Gupta Dynasty', Calcutta:University of Calcutta (and in the relevant Wikipedia articles)
    • September 2015 Update: Expanded to reflect data on page 4 of Early Sanskritization, Michael Witzel, Harvard University
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    current04:53, 10 September 2017Thumbnail for version as of 04:53, 10 September 20171,200 × 863 (1.92 MB)Avantiputra7 (talk | contribs)filled in key
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    04:44, 10 September 2017Thumbnail for version as of 04:44, 10 September 20171,200 × 863 (1.92 MB)Avantiputra7 (talk | contribs)Consistent formatting & key; also: Kikata tribe is only named in Rigveda
    23:21, 25 September 2015Thumbnail for version as of 23:21, 25 September 20151,200 × 863 (2.08 MB)Ms Sarah Welch (talk | contribs)updated to include Michael Witzel's data for late Vedic period
    23:35, 6 June 2014Thumbnail for version as of 23:35, 6 June 20141,200 × 863 (1.91 MB)Avantiputra7 (talk | contribs)Labeled Asandivat and Mithila, as per the identifications with modern Assandh and Janakpur, respectively, in H.C. Raychaudhuri (1972), ''Political History of Ancient India: From the Accession of Parikshit to the Extinction of the Gupta Dynasty', Calcut...
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