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STEIN, M. Aurel.
ANNUAL REPORT OF THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF INDIA, FRONTIER CIRCLE, FOR 1911-1
Prshwar 1912, Government Printers. Cloth spine over paper. covered boards, 16pp + xxxviii appendices, foolscap, 2 fold. out plans & 4 b.w. photos, some curve to boards,minor corner. & spine wear, contents very clean sharp,signed by Stein.RARE. AUREL M. STEIN'S SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY From the collection of the Indian Institute at the University of Leipzig with a presentation label in German SIGNED presentation by Aurel Stein neatly pasted to first free fly leaf stating: "Mit Freundlliechstem Grusse von Aurel Stein." * CONTENTS: Part I: General Remarks: Introduction, touring, conservation, exploration, epigraphy, museum, photographs and drawings, establishment, programme for 1911-12 Appendix I: tour statement. II> List of photographs take and drawings prepared during the year 1911-12. III. Statement of expenditure for 1911-12. List of public libraries, etc, to which the Reports of the Archaeological Survey are supplied. ** Part II: Excavations at Shahji-ki-Dheri, conservation at Takht-i-Bahi, excavations about Palai, Kafirkot near Bilot, excavations at Sahiri-Bahol, remains of mounds C and D, Shari-Bahol, other ruined shrines at Shri-Bahol. * Illustrations: Plan 1. Plan of the main monastery, Takht-i-Bahi. II. Site plan of Sahri-Bahlol. Fig. 1. Temples B & C, Kafirkot, Bilot Fig. 2. Relievo frieze of Stupa base, T. XX, Takht-i-Bahi. Fig. 3. Mound d, Sahri-Bahlol, after excavation. Fig. 4. Vihara area, Mound H, Sahri-Bahlol after excavation. * CONDITION: The boards have a slight and natural curl, their is some old soil to the covers, ends are rubbed, as is the spine head/tai … [Click Below for Full Description]
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