Cairo to Kabul: Afghan and Islamic studies presented to Ralph Pinder-Wilson
The collection of papers in this book celebrate the life-time achievement of Ralph Pinder Wilson and relate to areas of his main interests- Afghanistan the Indian Subcontinent, Egypt, the Neareast and Islamic World with respect to archaeology art, architecture, ethnology, museum collection etc.
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