Marta Ameri, assistant professor of art, published an article titled “Variations on a Theme: Iconographic Variability in the Horned Anthropomorphic Figures of the Indus Civilization” in the most recent issue of Artibus AsiaeThe article revisits two of the most distinctive motifs found in the corpus of seals and sealings from the Greater Indus Valley in order to question the perceived homogeneity of the material culture of prehistoric South Asia. The analysis highlights the iconographic variability that is, in fact, present in the artistic production of the 3rd millennium BCE Indus world and questions whether the diversity seen in certain depictions can be interpreted as a reflection of differences of personal identity and/or religious practice among the peoples of the Indus Civilization.