The Road to Oxiana

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Jonathan Cape, 1950 - Afghanistan - 292 pages
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User Review  - Roger - Goodreads

Robert Byron may have been a thoroughly unlikeable man. A product of Eton and Oxford, he was a product of the time when to be an upper-class Englishman meant that there was a certain expectation that ... Read full review

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User Review  - Dale - Goodreads

I would give high marks to any 30 pages from this book chosen at random. Byron was very knowledgeable about architecture and provides detailed and evocative descriptions of the ancient buildings on ... Read full review

Contents

The Friday Mosque
48
The Mausoleum of Uljaitu
64
Chinese Influence at Gazar Gah
96

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