A pioneering work on the pre-Islamic history of art and archeology of a southwestern Afghan city Lashkargāh, with attached visiting card of the author
8°, 152 pp., interleaved 7 sheets, printed with photographs from both sides, original illustrated wrappers, author’s visiting card attached with a pin to the title page (minor staining, hardly noticeable scuffing to the corners of the spine, a tiny hole in the upper part of the cover and title page due to the pin, otherwise in a good condition).
Ahmad Ali Kohzad was a leading Afghan historian, archeologist and one of the pioneers of discovering the Afghan pre-Islamic art. He was appointed a director of Kabul Museum and a head of the Afghanistan History Society.
In this illustrated book in Pashto Ahmad Ali Kohzad embraces his knowledge of history of art and archeological discoveries in the city of Lashkargāh.
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