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The Hadda Excavations Volume I Stupa & Sites (text & drawings) & Volume III Figures & Figurines Photographic Album - Memoirs Of The French Archaeological Delegation In Afghanistan No IV

Barthoux, Jules

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ISBN 10: 1878529412 / ISBN 13: 9781878529411
Editorial: SDI Publications, Bangkok 2000 (first published 1933 & 1930 as Les Fouilles de Hadda), 2000
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A4: c 260pp, b/w illusts, very good+ hardback (no dustwrapper as issued; edition of 999 copies; 2 volumes bound as one) This volume covers: the district of Jelal-abad: the Hadda excavations, an historical account; descriptions of Tapa-kalan; Tapa-I-Kafariha; Bagh-Gai; Chakhil-I-Ghoundi; Prates: Gar-Nao; Deh Ghoundi. N° de ref. de la librería 141293

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Título: The Hadda Excavations Volume I Stupa & Sites...

Editorial: SDI Publications, Bangkok 2000 (first published 1933 & 1930 as Les Fouilles de Hadda)

Año de publicación: 2000

Encuadernación: Hardcover

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Barthoux's excavations at the site, in 1926-28, un covered many thousands of images, sensitively rend ered in stucco in the Gandharan Greco-Buddhist style and originally created to adorn the walls of over 500 commemorative stupas. Barthoux's work was hampered by resistance from local Mullahs, and despite his valiant efforts only a fraction of

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