Southern Silk Road: In the Footsteps of Sir Aurel Stein and Sven Hedin
Orchid Press, 2003 - 152 pages
An illustrated study of the history and civilizations of the Southern Silk Road', written by one of the world's leading authorities and Fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society. It offers an exploration of this ancient cultural crossroads, its various cultures and the history of the region. Based on the author's expeditions into the region in th 1990s, this is an illustrated study of the history and civilizations of the 'Southern Silk Road', written by one of the world's leading authorities and Fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society. It recounts early migrations into the'
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