Art, Architecture and Religion Along the Silk Roads
K. Parry (ed.)
XII+308 p., 40 b/w ill., 160 x 240 mm, 2009
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Art, Architecture and Religion Along the Silk Roads will be volume 12 in the Silk Road Studies series. It has been produced by the Ancient History Documentary Research Centre at Macquarie University, Australia and edited by Ken Parry, Senior Research Fellow, Department of Ancient History, Macquarie University. It consists of selected papers from the 2004 conference of the Australasian Society for Inner Asian Studies. The volume contains 14 articles of 350 pages with 40 illustrations and covers topics relating to Ancient Chorasmia, Sogdia and China, Buddhist and Manichaean art, Middle Iranian manuscripts and Buddhist manuscripts from Afghanistan, Nestorian Christianity and contemporary Islam, Silk Road clowns and headcoverings of Central Asia. The collection highlights the range and depth of Australasian scholarship on Inner Asia and demonstrates that there are still many unexplored aspects of Silk Road Studies.