Ai Khanoum Architecture
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Ai Khanoum Architecture is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Ai Khanoum Architecture books and related discussion.
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- Mairs, R. (2010) "The 'Temple with Indented Niches' at Ai Khanoum
- about the contact or 'hybridisation' of different cultural traditions in the architecture of sites such as.
- From Pella to Gandhara
- 3rd B.C.) from Ai Khanum, the Temple with Indented Niches.
- Ai Khanum. A Hellenistic City in Afghanistan. By Michail Iliakis
- Ai. Khanum also had unique and un-Greek features.
- 6 Ai Khanum Reconstructed
- ancient city of Ai Khanum is central to the study of Greek expansion in the Eastern world. The mix of the senior architect Mr Ishizawa.
- Archive 4
- city-sites like Taxila in India and more recently, Ai Khanoum in Afghanistan. ..
Suggested Web Resources
- Ai-Khanoum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Architecture. Corinthian capital, found at Ai-Khanoum in the citadel by the troops of Commander Massoud, 2nd century BC.
- The 'Temple with Indented Niches' at Ai Khanoum: Ethnic and Civic
- The complicated intersections of artistic and architectural styles at Ai Khanoum reveal no straightforward Greek-'Oriental' dichotomy.
- Alexandria on the Oxus | History Hunters International
- Apr 10, 2010 Corinthian capital, found at Ai-Khanoum in the citadel, 2nd century BCE .
- Ai Khanum, the Capital of Eucratides (Article) -- Ancient History
- Oct 12, 2010 Ai Khanum (also spelled Ai-Khanoum or Ay-Khanum, lit.
- Index of Afghanistan images
- Taxila (Punjab) 1, 2. Art, architecture and artefacts. Ai-Khanum - Corinthian capital.
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