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The chronology of stūpa relic practice in Afghanistan and Dharmarājikā, Pakistan, and its implication for the rise in popularity of image cult
Rienjang W. (ed.) 2018. Problems of Chronology in Gandhāran Art. p93-102 by Wannaporn Rienjang. DOI: 10.32028/9781784918552P93-102.
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The Buddhist complex of Dharmarājikā is located in the fertile valley of Taxila, in the present day province of Punjab, northern Pakistan. The site was excavated by Sir John Marshall between 1913 and 1916. The excavations revealed the main stūpa and several smaller, subsidiary stūpas, chapels and monasteries. Of the approximately forty excavated subsidiary stūpas and twenty chapels, only eighteen stūpas and three chapels yielded deposits. Information on these stūpa and chapel deposits has been obtained from the published excavation reports: Archaeological Survey of India Annual Reports between 1913 and 1916, and Taxila: An Illustrated Account of Archaeological Excavations Carried out at Taxila under the Orders of the Government of India between the Years 1913 and 1934.


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