|Other titles||Limes report.|
|Statement||edited and with a commentary and bibliography by Shelagh Gregory and David Kennedy ; with maps and figures drawn by Julie Kennedy. Part 1.|
|Series||BAR -- 272i|
|Contributions||Gregory, Shelagh., Kennedy, D. L. 1948-|
STEIN, Sir (Marc) Aurel, Hungarian–British archeologist and explorer (b. in Pest, Hungary, 26 November ; , 28 October ). In the words of a younger contemporary, Stein was “the most prodigious combination of scholar, explorer, archaeologist and geographer of his generation” (Owen Lattimore, quoted in Mirsky, , p. ix.). This review addresses two questions: 1) why read a lengthy biography(s) of Sir Aurel Stein who, though famous in his lifetime and a continuing giant in scholarly circles, is today little known to the general public; and 2) which of the two biographies written about Stein should one read: Jeanette Mirsky's "Sir Aurel Stein--Archaeological Explorer" or Annabel Walker's "Aurel Stein--Pioneer of /5(3). Sir Aurel Stein, (born Nov. 26, , Budapest, Hung.—died Oct. 26, , Kabul, Afg.), Hungarian–British archaeologist and geographer whose travels and research in central Asia, particularly in Chinese Turkistan, revealed much about its strategic role in history.. Principal of the Oriental College, Lahore, Punjab, India (now in Pakistan; –99), in he published his Sanskrit. Reply made by Sir Aurel Stein on being presented with the gold medal of the Society of Antiquaries, London, at their meeting, April 30th, wrappers. (2), p. Inscribed copy of Stein's report about his aerial archaeological survey of ancient Roman limes in Transjordan and Iraq which he carried out in Filippo de Filippi.
Description. Sir Aurel Stein in The Times, compiled as this book by Helen Wang, is an extraordinary and deeply absorbing compilation of clippings from the Times of London related to explorer Sir Aurel Stein ().. Stein, renowned for his archaeological exploration in Chinese Central Asia, India, Iran, Iraq and Jordan, and for his pioneering work on the early civilizations on the Silk. View Sir Aurel Stein Research Papers on for free. In , during his second expedition to Chinese Central Asia, Sir Aurel Stein, a Hungarian-born British archaeologist, encountered a monk who showed him a hoard of manuscripts preserved in a cave near Dunhuang. Dunhuang was close by the historic junction of the Northern and Southern Silk Roads and the town had been a major point of interchange between China and the . Kennedy, D. L. and Gregory, S. (eds) Sir Aurel Stein's Limes Report. (The full text of M.A. Stein's unpublished Limes Report (his aerial and ground reconnaissances in Iraq and Transjordan in ), , Oxford (BAR, International Series ) (including 54 figures and 75 plates) (ISBN ).
Sir Aurel Stein + Segui Autori simili da seguire + + + Vedi più suggerimenti Si è verificato un errore. Riprova a effettuare la richiesta più tardi. OK Sir Aurel Stein's Limes Report (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 31 dicembre Format: Copertina flessibile. Stein (Sir Aurel) Innermost Asia: Detailed Report of Explorations in Central Asia, Kan-Su and Eastern Iran,4 vol. (including portfolio of maps), numerous plates, a few colour, 51 folding maps only (of 52, lacking map D), vol. I puncture hole to spine, original cloth, spines slightly faded, a little soiled and marked, map vol. joints fraying, [Yakushi S], large 4to, Oxford, - Sir Aurel Stein En route to Kishenganga, Kashmir, A portrait of a Sanskritist who showed that in the higher reaches of human spirit, there is neither East nor West, that humanity is one, beneath the trappings of custom and skin, that in a sense in quest of learning and knowledge, man is classless. A homage to his work, achievements and. New Listing German Beer Stein Lidded Vtg 8 1/2" Fullen und Leeren nimmer entbehren W Germany.