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Corpus of the Inscriptions of Campā online

In 2009, the French School of Asian Studies (École française d’Extrême-Orient, EFEO) launched the project Corpus of the Inscriptions of Campā (CIC), aiming to renew the tradition of scholarship on these inscriptions that had thrived at the institution in the early 20th century. 508 more words


Temple of Ganga Dynasty at Kaadugudi

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Kaadugudi sthalada Gangara devalaya -Temple of Ganga Dynasty at Kaadugudi

Author:  Aadappa Pasodi

Place: Kaadugodi

In this article, the author has explained in detail, the architecture and history of Eshwara temple at Kaadugodi. 99 more words


Double two-dimensional mihrab from Art Institute Chicago

I was thinking about writing something for the opening of the galleries of Islamic art at the Art Institute Chicago. While browsing the collection owned by the museum, I found a peculiar tile, decorated with a double-arched two-dimensional  554 more words

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Gravestone tradition in 12th century Iran

After roughly one month spent thinking and thinking about the Iranian tombstone tradition developed during the 12th century, I maybe have reached some results. Actually, as the material is scattered around museums and galleries, I decided to bring some of the objects together, so that it would be easier to understand the overall tradition. 777 more words

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Emprynted in thys manere: a book launch in the Wren Library

Trinity College Library was honoured to host the launch of the exciting new book Emprynted in thys manere: Early printed treasures from Cambridge University Library… 558 more words

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Recently available resources for Nubian studies

Well over two years ago I wrote a short post on some Old Nubian resources. Giovanni Ruffini has recently announced more work in general Nubian studies. 106 more words

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