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Sirkap (Western Punjabi: سر کپ) is the name of an archaeological site on the bank opposite to the city of Taxila, Punjab, Pakistan. The city of Sirkap was built by ...

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archaeological remains of Taxila - Unesco
Sirkap and Sirsukh—that flourished one after the other in history, (C) A large number of Buddhist stupas and monasteries that surround the city remains, and.
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This dissertation also uses the ancient settlement of Sirkap, located in ... historical accounts of Sirkap use two-dimensional site maps and city plans as the ...
Buddhist from Gandhara - The Metropolitan Museum of Art
at the site of Sirkap, which belongs to the Shaka- (or. Scytho-) Parthian levels. Whitehouse believes the ob- jects were imported into Gandhara from the Roman.
Kushan and Gupta periods - The Huntington Archive
Slide 12. Gandhara. The argument against a BCE date hits a stone wall!
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Sirkap, Taxila: plan of excavations in the lower city. Fort Lahore. General Layout Plan teaching premises began to be erected, the University assumed its proper ...

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Tapping tourism potential
Inscribed upon the world heritage list, Julian and Sirkap remains near Taxilla have great attractions for visitors, particularly from Buddhists countries.
Отчет МИД Азербайджана: Незаконное производство и экспорт в Нагорном Карабахе
“Ata-Vank-Les CO” (США) - производством паркетных плит; “Sirkap Armenia CO” (Швецария) - отельным бизнесом; “Mika Ltd.” (Великобритания) – виноделием; "Haik Watch And Jewellery CO” (Швейцария) - производством ювелирных изделий, ...
Taxila valley: Badalpur discoveries open new chapters of history
Khan said that earlier, iron keys were found at the metropolitan city of Sirkap. Another discovery at the site was of a water condenser. According to Khan, this is the second such discovery in the Taxila valley in over a century.
My Kind of Place: Islamabad, Pakistan, is a city reborn
Like other purpose-built capital cities, such as Australia's Canberra, Islamabad has the unfortunate reputation of being a dreary city of technocrats and politicians; a place where people come to work, as opposed to live.
The double-headed Eagle Stupa in Sirkap, Taxila. – Source: The US Ambassadors
The first site which received a grant was Sirkap in Taxila in 2001-2002 while the latest is the preservation of the tombs of Sultan Ibrahim Bin Mirza Mohammad Isa Tarkhan and Amir Sultan Mohammad in Makli. US Ambassador Richard G. Olsen talked about ...

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Sirkap - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sirkap (Western Punjabi: سر کپ) is the name of an archaeological site on the bank opposite to the city of Taxila, Punjab, Pakistan. The city of Sirkap was built by ...
Taxila - Sirkap - Livius
Aug 19, 2015 Taxila - Sirkap. Taxila (Old Indian Takshaçila, Greek Ταξίλα): the ancient capital of the eastern Punjab, the country between the rivers Indus and ...
Taxila - Sirkap's sanctuaries - Livius
Aug 19, 2015 Taxila - Sirkap's sanctuaries. Taxila (Old Indian Takshaçila, Greek Ταξίλα): the ancient capital of the eastern Punjab, the country between the ...
Virtual Sirkap
This site documents our early efforts at creating a virtual reconstruction of the ancient South Asian city of Sirkap. Sirkap is part of the larger archaeological ...
“These are Buddha's footprints” - A trip to Sirkap - Pakistan - DAWN
Sirkap is Taxila's second major city. Stretching for miles, tall green grass grows between the rubble that once marked a five kilometre long fortification wall with a  ...

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