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First City Site Unearthed ‘Properly’ at Hazara
- From Daily Times, Dr Saifur Rehman Dar, an archaeologist and former director of the Lahore Museum gave a presentation on the process he and his team went through in unearthing a city at Hazara.
Light Shining From a Dark Age?
- From the University of Bradford published News and Views, a report on excavations by Robin Coningham, Taj Ali, Mukhtar Ali Durrani, and Ihsan Ali have cast new light on this enigmatic site.
Rock Carvings and Inscriptions Along the Karakorum Highway
- After the construction of the Karakorum Highway, thousands of petroglyphs were discovered. Includes: an introduction, publications, bibliography, images, and links.
Rockcarvings and Inscriptions Along the Indus: the Buddhist Tradition
- 1983 article by Volker Thewalt and presented at South Asian Archaeology 1983.
- From outlookindia, excavators have stumbled into the remains of a bustling ancient urban settlement in Anantnag District with tiled pavements "stamped in colourful human and animal motifs" and incriptions in the now defunct Karoshti script. (June 19, 2005)
BBC News - Tourists Injured in Pakistan Blast
- Nine foreigners are injured in a grenade attack while visiting an archaeological site in northern Pakistan. (July 13, 2002)
BBC News - Pakistan Rescues Ancient Buddhist Statues
- Officials in Pakistan say that ancient statues, worth millions of dollars, have been seized as they were being smuggled abroad. (February 12, 2002)
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