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Reports on the excavations at Al Mina during the two seasons 1936 and 1937 have already appeared in the Antiquaries Journal, and Sir Leonard Woolley has now invited me to give a more detailed account of the finds dating from the medieval period. The Board of Education granted me special leave from my duties at the Victoria and Albert Museum, and I was thus able to assist at the excavations during the whole of the 1937 campaign.
|Facsimile-Wiedergaben der Wichtigeren Funde der Ersten Königlich Preussischen Expedition nach Turfan in Ost-Turkistan
|Facsimile Reproduction of Important Findings of the First Royal Prussian Expedition to Turfan in East Turkistan
|A magnificent broadsheet catalogue containing the results of the Second German Turfan Expedition (1904-1905) led by Le Coq. Contains a wealth of photographs of wall paintings, statues and ancient documents found in the Turfan region at Chotscho (the ancient city of Gaochang), the Bezeklik Caves, and the Toyuk Caves. The original prints of pictures from the Bezeklik Caves, which make up the majority of this volume, were destroyed in the Second World War air raid, making this volume the only remaining record. Also includes pictures of artefacts and ancient documents relating to Manichaeism and apostasy (Nestorian Christians) later found at Chotscho.
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|Germany / Berlin