Silk Road Books & Photos

Archaeology (Page 1 of 1)


Dupree, Nancy Hatch

Historical Guide to Kabul

Kabul 1972, second editon. 240 pp., photos folding map, paperback 12mo.



Dupree NH

The Valley of Bamiyan

Peshawar, PAKISTAN. 2002., Abdul Hafiz Ashna., Third Edition. Pictorial Wrappers, 8vo, 66pp, illustrated in color and b&w. With a bibliography. Originally written forty years ago by the estimable Nancy Hatch Dupree, this third edition of "Bamiyan" has been updated to include photographs of the priceless and unique Bamiyan Buddhas seen before and after their senseless destruction by the Taliban in early 2001. It contains color images of the Bamiyan Valley, its cliffs, grotto paintings, and the centuries-old colossal Buddhas that lined this stop along the Silk Road. A most presentable copy of the third,



Kyoto University

Archaeological Survey of Kyoto University in Afghanistan 1970

23 pages of text 35 photos and diagrams. Contents first excavation at Tapa Skandar, Skandar Inscription of the Uma Mahesvara Image.and  Photogrammetrical Survey. Very Good in original card cover.



Matheson, Sylvia

Time off to Dig

Archaeologists working on behalf of the Hornimann Museum carry out a dig in Mundigak.Publishers Odhams 1961 first edition.



Shakur, M.A.

A Dash Through the Heart of Afghanistan

Personal narrative of an Archaeological Tour with the Indian Cultural Mission Curator
Peshawar Museum. 1947 Hardback 127 PAGES with folding map. Very good condition.



Taddei Maurizio

Tapa Sardar First Preliminary Report

109-124From East and West Vol 18 Nos 1 and 2 March-June 1968 Ismeo Via Merulana 248 Rome. In original card cover  with one folding map.