Cave by Cave

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BRILL, 2005 - Social Science - 396 pages
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Volume Five comprises, along with introductory comments, two "cave by cave" guides. One which, very briefly, describes the character of each cave and its patronage, is intended to be useful for the general visitor to the site. The other, very detailed, discusses the position and peculiarities of each cave in relation to the overall, year by year, development of the site. This volume also contains a complete set of cave plans, and various illuminating charts, graphs, outlines, and maps.
  

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Contents

II
1
III
4
IV
7
V
15
VI
17
VII
40
VIII
56
IX
58
XXIII
170
XXIV
171
XXV
178
XXVI
179
XXVII
199
XXVIII
203
XXIX
230
XXX
233

X
81
XI
83
XII
98
XIII
113
XIV
127
XV
131
XVI
134
XVII
135
XVIII
140
XIX
141
XX
161
XXI
168
XXII
169
XXXI
248
XXXII
273
XXXIII
288
XXXIV
290
XXXVI
303
XXXVII
304
XXXVIII
311
XL
342
XLI
344
XLII
349
XLIII
351
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Walter M. Spink, Ph.D. (1954), Harvard, is Professor Emeritus, History of Art, at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. He has published widely on Indian Art in general, and Ajanta and related sites in particular.