James Burgess (archaeologist)
He did educational work in Calcutta, 1856 and Bombay, 1861, and was Secretary of the Bombay Geographical Society 1868-73. He was Head of the Archaeological Survey, Western India, 1873, and of South India, 1881. From 1886-89 he was Director General, Archaeological Survey of India.
He retired to Edinburgh around 1892.
- The temples of Shatrunjaya. 1869.
- The rock temples of Elephanta. 1871.
- Temples of Somanath, Gunagadh and Girnar. 1870.
- Scenery and architecture in Guzarat and Rajputana. 1873.
- Notes on Ajanta paintings. 1879.
- The cave temples of India. 1880. (With James Fergusson)
- Archaeological survey of Western India. 9 vols., 1874 - 1905.
- Buddhist stupas of Amaravati, etc. 1887.
- Antiquities of Dabhoi. 1888.
- The Sharqi architecture of Jaiinpur. 1889. (Editor)
- Archaeological research in India. 1890.
- Epigraphia Indica. 1889-94. (2 vols.)
- On Hindu astronomy. 1893.
- Constable's hand-Gazetteer of India. 1898.
- Hypsometry by boiling-point. 1858 and 1863.
- Transliteration of Indian place-names. 1868, 1894-95.
- On the error-function definite integral. 1898. (awarded the Keith medal, R.S.E.)
- The Gandhara sculptures. 1899 and 1900.
- Buddhist art in India. 1901. (enlarged translation)
- The Indian sect of the Jainas. 1903. (translated and edited)
- Fergusson's Indian and eastern architecture. 1919. (enlarged edition)
- Hayavadana Rao, C. (Ed.) (1915) The Indian biographical dictionary 1915. Madras: Pillar & Co., pp. 71-72. At Wikisource.
- Temple, Richard Carnac. (1922) Fifty years of The Indian Antiquary. Mazgaon, Bombay: B. Miller, British India Press, p. 3.
- Sewell, R. (1917). "Dr. James Burgess, C.I.E., LL.D., Etc". Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland: 195–199. doi:10.2307/25189536. JSTOR 25189536.
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