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Double burials were determined chiefly by the number of skulls in secondary burials, but primary burials of whole skeletons in the extended position were also observed for instance at Mahur- jhari and Yeleswaram.
The majority of megalithic burials was multi- ple, fractional and secondary. There were no instances of interments of three or more full skeletons in a single grave, however in some cases one full skeleton was accompanied by other fractional skeletons Rai- gir. The commonness of multiple burials might have been imposed by economic approach to grave construction.
The enlargement of sepa- rated burial space within one grave could be achieved for instance by introducing a transeption to the cist. It can be postulated that only the richest members of society could afford single burials. The burials of children are extremely rare and many of them were accommodated in pots Rao , — The question whether all members of the society were buried in megaliths remains open.
According to Moorti , the monuments were meant to entomb a restricted number of individuals, the interment was rarely performed, perhaps once or twice for a generation.
It is very likely according to him that megaliths were a privilege of the upper segment of the society. Such theories are however hazardous due to insufficient amount of excavation works.
Usually, the excavation comprises only few selected the biggest, most prominent burials. There is a need for precise examination of all graves within one site to assess differentiation in funerary assemblage.
Socio-economic conditions The studies on the material culture of South Indian Iron Age com- munities revealed its huge complexity. This cultural phenomenon, which had originated around BC, probably in the northern re- gions of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh, and spread across the vast space of Indian subcontinent, amazes by its simultaneous diversity and uniformity.
In consequence, increased defor- estation and loss of wildlife forced the remaining hunter-gatherers to assimilate agricultural activities Misra , Indeed, popula- tion growth as well as diversification and expansion of agriculture oc- curred, but not to such an extent to deprive people of various habitats.
Keeping mixed economy was still possible. The multiple evidence for specialised agro-pastoral economy does not exclude the existence of other modes of subsistence. The settlement pattern regarded as a network of habitation loci and the record of its activities is still an undiscovered field in South Indian archaeology. It has been generally observed that the location pattern of the Iron Age habitation resembles the modern one i.
The investigation in the Upper Gundar Basin for instance revealed that the habitation size varied from 0,75 to 3 ha and no hierarchy was noted Selvakumar , The habitation pattern of the whole area is perceived as conglomerations of small settlements of approximately a few hundred people Rao , In the Dharmapuri region the survey brought the conclusion that each locality of a 5 km radius had its own connected cluster of sites Rajan a, 21 creating a specific microregion, where resources could be shared by inhabiting communities.
It was noticed that the location of a settlement was generally con- ditioned by the availability of resources, especially water, minerals and arable land. It may be said that the settlements were the reflection of the allocation of resources, and on a smaller scale of social relation- ship to the geographical features. The difference between burial and village landscapes is affirmed. The habitation sites are located in the vicinity of perennial water supply, which is not necessary for cemeter- ies Deo , In the case of burials the raw material for construc- tion was the limiting resource, but the rock type was not important Sundara , The paucity of known settlements in relation to graveyards is con- spicuous.
Out of the known Iron Age sites merely yield set- tlement Moorti , This situation may also be illustrated by the Vidarbha example. The whole region yielded eighty sites Joshi , , but only eight revealed habitation vestiges.
In the case of the Dharmapuri region the fig- ures state burial sites, 9 habitation sites and 26 habitation-cum- burial sites. One of the reasons for this paucity may be the covering of the Iron Age deposits by rapid accumulation of sediments washed out from other localities, typical of the monsoon climate Joshi , Anther cause is connected with the location of habitation, mak- ing it more prone to fluvial modifications, which could lead to great- er destruction when compared to graveyards on elevated terrain por- tions Prakash, Gopikrishna , But the most probable reason for this situation is the insufficient state of exploration combined with the difficulty to spot habitation deposits in the densely inhabited area of present South India.
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