Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Across the Hindukush of the First Millennium: a collection of the papers

Across the Hindukush of the First Millennium: a collection of the papers
  Kuwayama, S. (2002)
Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University, 2002, 297p., (Report of the Research Project on the Historical Archaeology of the Hindukush areas carried out under the auspices of the Asian Archaeology Section of the Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University).
Table of contents: 
List of illustrations [ix]
Sources of the original papers [xi]
I Buddhist Establishments in Taxila and Gandhara: A Chronological Review [p.1-11]
II The Square Podium of Stupa in Taxila: its Introduction [p.12-19]
III The Buddha's Bowl in Gandhara [p.20-43]
IV The Wheel-shaped Structure inside Stupa: A Hidden from Augustan Rome [p.44-68]
V Shah-ji-ki Dheri before Kanishka [p.69-89]
VI Aspects of Stupa Court at Hadda: Tapa Shotor and Lalma [p.90-106]
VII The Hephthalites in Tokharistan and Gandhara [p.107-139]
VIII Two Itineraries concerning the Emergence of the Colossi in Bamiyan [p.140-155]
IX Bamiyan and its Buddhist Activities [p.156-161]
X A New Date for Begram III [p.162-172]
XI The Horizon of Begram III and Beyond: A Chronological Interpretation of the Evidence for Monuments in the Kapisi-Kabul-Ghazni Region [p.173-199]
XII Zhun, Aruna and Two Superimposed Shrines at Khair Khana, Kabul [p.200-207]
XIII Identity of the Napki Coins [p.208-221]
XIV The Turki Shahis and Relevant Brahmanical Sculptures in East Afghanistan [p.222-248]
XV The Inscription of Ganesa from Gardez and a Chronology of the Turki Shahis [p.249-259]
XVI Dating Yasovarman of Kanauj on the Evidence of Huichao [p.260-270]
Notes for chapters [p.271-280]
References [p.281-297]
Illustrations

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